What Is 5 Ptas?

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5 Ptah was a coin denomination of Latin monetary equal to one peso duro. The peseta (Ptah is its short form) was replaced by the Euro in 2002 at an exchange rate of 1 Euro = 166.386 pesetas. Peseta was Spain's currency between 1869 and 2002.
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The Spainish Peseta is obsolete and no longer legal tender. 5 Peseta would have converted to .03 Euro or 4 1/2 US Cents.
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The Spanish peseta was replaced with the Euro in 2002. When the peseta was devalued in 1967, 168 ptas = £1 (meaning 5 ptas = £0.03) When Spain joined the Euro in 2002,
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A 1998 Five Spanish Pesetas are worth about ten American cents to the right
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First of all I have no idea what you are saying when you say post up to date? Threatening people is not a good way to get an answer to a question. I presume you mean the 1957 5 Pesetas
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