How much are United Arab Emirates coins worth?


Since 1997, the United Arab Emirates coin — the dirham — has been valued to the United States dollar at a rate of approximately 3.6725 dirhams to $1. The dirham is divided into 100 subunits called fils. The coins of the dirham have the following denominations: 1, 5, 10, 25, and 50 fils, and 1 dirham.

The 25 and 50 fils coins are the most commonly used in the United Arab Emirates; the smallest coins have largely fallen out of use. The smaller fils are made out of bronze, and the larger coins are made of cupronickel.

The country has also released a number of commemorative coins, which may be worth more than the face value to collectors. These celebrate many of the nation's important historical events and organizations such as universities, national banks and the World Cup.

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I'm guessing that it's worthless in America but you might find someone who collects those kind of things and get some cash off of that. I have one as well so I'm gonna keep it as
worth coin is respectfuly for his country but if trevel to some country u have to chenge ur country money by some money els that u treveled to that country and is no worth chinese
1.00 United States Dollar is equal to 3.67 Arab Emirates Dirhams. The United
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