Gobrassian Dara

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The currency of Gobrassanya is the Gobrassian Dara (Ð) (ISO currency code: GDA). The Dara is divided into 100 Senn. Coins minted include 1-, 2-, 5- and 10- Senn coins and quarter-, half-, and 1- Dara coins. Banknotes include a 1-, 2-1/2-, 5-, 10-, 25-, 50-, 100-, and 200- Dara banknotes. 500-, and 1000- Dara banknotes are no longer printed due to the advent of electronic bank transfers, debit and credit cards and Wire transfers available for large monetary transfers. 3-, 4-, 6-, 15-, 75-, and 150- dara banknotes were also retired as they fell out of use and banknotes were normalized in 1970, reducing the total number of banknotes to the current set. There were also some unusual banknotes such as a 22 Dara note that existed from 1900 to 1937 and was used as a form of payments for bond dividends for issues government bonds. These notes were only issued by the treasury to bond holders and were never meant for circulation at large, these bills are very rare and are sought by collectors for their high value especially if they are in pristine condition.

1 Gobrassian Dara has a value of currently 1.02 USD (Decrease -0 USD). One USD is worth 0.95 Daras. (update)

Coins

1 Senn 2 Senn 5 Senn 10 Senn Quarter Dara (25 Senn) Half Dara (50 Senn) One Dara
Value in AN Flag.png USD 0.01 USD 0.02 USD 0.051 USD 0.102 USD 0.255 USD 0.51 USD 1.02 USD
Obverse Coin 1 senn.png Coin 2 senn.png Coin 5 senn.png Coin 10 senn.png Coin 25 senn.png Coin half dara.png Coin 1 dara.png
Reverse Coin 1 senn rev.png Coin 2 senn rev.png Coin 5 senn rev.png Coin 10 senn rev.png Coin 25 senn rev.png Coin half dara rev.png Coin 1 dara rev.png

Banknotes

Ð Obverse Reverse Value in AN Flag.png USD
1 Dara 1 dara bill.png 1.02
2 1/2 Dara 2.5 dara bill.png 2.549
5 Dara 250px 5.099
10 Dara 250px 10.2
25 Dara 250px 25.49
50 Dara 250px 50.989
100 Dara 250px 101.9779
200 Dara 250px 203.9558