Seborga luigino

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A 15 centesimi Seborga luigino coin

The Seborga luigino is the local currency of the micronation of Seborga. Its subunit is the centesimo which is valued at 1/100. It is circulated alongside the Euro. The luigino has no value outside Seborga.


The value of the Seborga luigino is pegged to the USD at 1 luigino: US$6.00.[1] That would make it the world's highest-valued currency unit if it were considered an official currency.


Luigini coins were issued between 1995 and 1997 with the effigy of Prince Giorgio in values of 5 centesimi, 15 centesimi, 1/2 luigino (50 centesimi), 1 luigino, and 7 ½ luigini. Coins with the effigy of the new prince, Marcello, were issued in 2012 and 2013 with values of 1, 2 and 2½ luigini. No banknotes have been issued.[2]


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