PESETA BANK NOTES

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  • #52689
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    Morning All

    Thought I’d cashed in all my pesetas but have found some more 😯
    I’ve had conflicting advice on where they can be cashed in, but I think it may be Madrid only now. Can anyone clarify please ❓ Thanks 🙂

  • #69761
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    There is no time limit on changing Pesetas. You can change at any branch of the Bank of Spain. You can find the nearest branch here:

    http://www.bde.es/infoinst/organiza/sucur.htm

    Mark

  • #69762
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    Many thanks Mark – the drinks are on me 😀

  • #69787
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    You can only cash them in the Bank of Spain in Madrid.

  • #69791
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    @Drakan wrote:

    You can only cash them in the Bank of Spain in Madrid.

    I can confirm that I was told this when I tried to cash some notes last summer.

  • #69792
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    Many thanks Drakan & Jules.

    I’ve discovered today that pesetas are being sold on a certain website (not sure if I can mention the name so thought best not to). After looking at other websites it seems that some peseta notes/coins are quite valuable – very interesting. So have a dig around everyone & see if you’ve got any treasures lying around ❗

  • #69795
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    Last year I changed Pesetas to Euros in the Bank of Spain in Barcelona. At the BoS website it says you can change at any BoS branch. Just rang the BoS in Madrid (+34 91 338 5000), and they confirmed to me that you can change Pesetas into Euros at any branch of the BoS, not just in Madrid.

    When I changed my Pesetas there was a couple of yoofs (Spain’s answer to the hoody) in the queue in front of me trying to change some very exotic looking Peseta notes. Real Franco-era paper. Turned out the notes were fakes.

    Mark

  • #69860
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    The people who think that the Generalisso, is finally out of their lives. Need be aware.

  • #69872
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    I’m sorry Mark, my mistake, I thought it was only possible in Madrid.

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