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Ancient world money converter

Conversion of ancient monetary units to modern ones

Modern monetary system
USD
EUR
RUB
Metric silver weight units
Kilogram
Gram
Monetary units of ancient Russia XI - XV centuries
Silver hryvnia
Hryvnia kun (1/4 silver Hryvnia)
Nogata (1/20 Hryvnia Kun)
Kun
Rezana
Monetary units of Muscovy XVI-XVII centuries
Coutable ruble (1/3 silver Hryvnia)
Altyn
Kopeck (Novgorodka)
Denga (Moskovka)
Polushka
Monetary units of Russia of the XVIII-XIX centuries
Imperial (10 rubles in silver)
Silver ruble
Ruble banknotes up to 1840
Ruble banknotes from 1840
Kopeck silver (Penny silver)
Monetary units of Russia from 1897 to 1914 (Gold standard)
Imperial (15 rubles in silver)
Ruble
Kopeck (Penny)
Monetary units of ancient Greece (Athens, V - IV centuries BC)
Talent (τάλαντον)
Mina (μνᾶ)
Drachma (δραχμή)
Obol (ὀβολός)
Monetary units of ancient Rome (III century BC)
Denarius
Quinarius
Sestertius
Assarius
Monetary units of Byzantium (with Justinian the Great - V century AD)
Solid (gold)
Miliarasiy
Siliqua
Follis
Monetary units of the Arab Caliphate VII century
Dinar
Dirhem / Dirham
Monetary units of the Arab Caliphate VIII-IX centuries
Dinar
Dirhem / Dirham
Monetary units of China VII-XIX centuries
Yuanbao (元宝) from the 13th to the 20th century
Liang (市两)
Qian (市钱)
Fen (市分) from 19 century
Monetary units of the Republic of Venice from 1472 to 1807
Ducato
Zecchino / Tallero
Lira
Soldo
Denaro
Monetary units of Spain and Spanish America from 1497 to 1800
Doubloon
Escudo
Pesos / Piaster / Taler
Real
Monetary units of the Kingdom of Poland and the Principality of Lithuania 1533 to 1794
Thaler
Zloty
Grosh
Monetary units of France from1642 to 1725
Ecu
Livre
Monetary units of France from 1726 to 1795
Louis d'or / Luidor
Pistole
Ecu
Countable Livre
Sou
Denier
Monetary units of France from 1796 to 1864
Franc
Centime
Monetary units of France from 1865 to 1914 (Gold standard)
Franc
Centime
Monetary units of Austria and some German states from 1753 to 1857
Ducat
Taler
Guldier / Florin
Kreutzer
Monetary units of Germany from 1871 to 1914
Mark
Pfenning
UK monetary units from 1266 to 1816
Guinea
Pound / Sovereign
Crown
Shilling
Penny
Monetary units of great Britain from 1817 to 1914 (Gold standard)
Pound / Sovereign
Crown
Florin
Shilling
Penny
U.S. monetary units from 1873 to 1900 (Gold standard)
Dollar
Cent
Monetary units of Persia XVII-XVIII centuries
Tuman / Toman
Abbasi
Shahi
Dinar
Monetary units of Persia XIX century
Tuman / Toman (from 1825 to 1932)
Rial (from 1798 to 1824)
Qiran (from 1825)
Dinar (from 1798 to 1824)
Monetary units of the Ottoman Empire - Turkey XIV-XIX centuries
Akche (1327)
Kurush / Piaster = 40 Paras = 120 Akches (from 1687 to 1753)
Kurush / Piaster = 40 Paras (from 1754 to 1843)
Kurush / Piaster = 40 Paras (1844-1914 гг.)
Lira = 100 Kurush / Piaster = 4000 Paras (from 1844 to 1923)
Monetary units of Georgia, the Caucasus XVII-XIX centuries
Abaz
Bisti
Puli
Monetary units of the Bukhara Khanate XIX century
Tilla
Tenga
Pulla

How much did money cost in the past? The answer to this question will help to get this converter, which allows you to convert the value of ancient money to modern monetary units and vice versa, as well as recalculate the value of monetary units at different times in different countries
The weight of pure silver in a coin (Silver Standard) or its gold equivalent, converted to silver, is taken as the value estimate. The ratio of the value of silver to gold at different times ranged from 10:1 (during the Byzantine Empire) to 15.5:1 in the so-called Bimetallic standard, established in 1717 by Isaac Newton.
In Russia, after a long way of paper money circulation, a monetary reform of 1897 was carried out, which meant a transition to gold monometallic system. The cost of 1 gold ruble was equal to 0.774234 gr. pure gold or, at that time, the ratio of the value of silver to gold 30: 1, - 23,24 g of silver for 1 gold ruble.
In the UK, the transition to the gold standard was carried out earlier in 1817. Sovereign value - British Golden Pound was set in 7.322382 g of pure gold or 219 g of silver.
Currently, the ratio of the cost of silver to gold is 85:1 and is speculative.
To obtain the calculated data close to real, in the present converter it was assumed that the real cost of 1 gram of silver is 36 Rubles or in USD 0.59 per 1 gram of silver, or in EUR 0.53 per 1 gram of silver (average cost of 1 gram of silver at the rate of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation - data for 2020).

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