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Afghan Afghani

Afghan Afghani Currency:

Afghani is the official currency of Afghanistan. Afghani is theoretically divided into one hundred equal subunits called pul, but no coins denominated in pul are in circulation currently. The official currency of Afghanistan, called  Afghani, is issued the central bank of Afghanistan known as Da Afghanistan Bank.

Prior to introduction of Afghani in 1925, there existed Afghani rupee which was in circulation in Afghanistan since 1891. In spite of being subdivided into 100 pul, Afghani has a bigger unit called amani which was equivalent to 20 Afghani. Despite the initiating the circulation of banknotes designated in Afghani in 1935, the Afghan rupee continued to be in circulation till 1978 and ceased to be in usage  thereafter. The official symbol of the present currency Afghani is ؋ or Af. The banknotes which are in circulation are 1 Af, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 Afs. The coins that are presently in usage are 1 Af, 2 and 5 Afs.

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Afghan Afghani

Afghan Afghani (Afghanistan):

Code: AFN

Symbol: ؋ (U+060B) or Af (sing.) or Afs

Subunit:

1/100= Pul

Banknotes:

1 Af, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, 1000 Afs

Coins:

1 Af, 2, 5 Afs

Central bank:

Da Afghanistan Bank

Users:

Afghanistan (alongside the US dollar)

Most traded currencies:

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