Belgian franc

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The Belgian franc was a type of money. It is nearly the same as its partner, the Luxembourg franc. The Belgian franc was founded in 1848 in Belgium. The symbol for the Belgian franc is fr. or F. It was replaced by the euro (€) on January 1, 1999. One euro has the same value as about forty Belgian francs.

Coins[change | change source]

The different types of coins used were 1, 5, 20, and 50 francs. 50 cents was another type of coin, but is not common.

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