Currency





Iran Currency

Iran currency is the Iranian rial, but 'toman' is more common. Each toman equals 10 rials. All of usual transactions are performed by the toman and the Iranian rial.
Here are some pictures of the banknotes:

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image_banknote_10000_front
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image_banknote_20000_front
image_banknote_20000_back_1
image_banknote_50000_front
image_banknote_50000_back_1
image_banknote_100000_front
image_banknote_100000_back_1
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iran_cheque_1_500000_back
iran_cheque_2_500000_front
iran_cheque_2_500000_back
iran_cheque_1_1000000_front
iran_cheque_1_1000000_back
iran_cheque_2_1000000_front
iran_cheque_2_1000000_back

Rial equivalent of USD1, €1, and £1 is about 35000, 40000, and 51000 respectively. For approximation of your mind, a Chelo Kabab can cost at least about 200,000 Rials, and 9 grams of saffron cost around 700,000 Rials.

Here is a converter:

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