What are the former Italian coins called?

Answer

The former Italian coins were called the Lira. It was part of the Latin Monetary Union in France, Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, and Greece. The Lira had a corresponding value of 4.5 g of silver or 0.29 g of gold.
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