Historic Aruban florin Lebanese pound

Aruban florin lebanese pound history since 26/05/2024 until today (0 years). Search for AWG to LBP exchange rate history for a particular date, month or year.

The Aruban florin is the currency of Aruba (supplied by Central Bank of Aruba and the currency supplied by Bank of Lebanon. The AWG LBP historical data can be seen on the Aruban florin lebanese pound historical chart.

17/10/2019: Protests against economic crisis

Mass protests erupted in Lebanon due to economic crisis, leading to further depreciation of the Lebanese pound.

01/03/2018: Redenomination of the Aruban florin

Aruba redenominated its currency, replacing 1,000 florins with 1 florin, simplifying transactions and reducing the size of banknotes.

01/01/2011: Introduction of polymer banknotes

Aruba introduced polymer banknotes, made from a durable and secure polymer substrate, to enhance the durability and security of its currency.

01/01/2003: Replacement of older banknotes

Older series of banknotes were phased out and replaced by newer and more secure banknotes featuring enhanced anti-counterfeiting measures.

01/01/2000: Adoption of new currency symbol

The Aruban florin adopted a new symbol, ƒ, to distinguish itself from other currencies.

03/11/1997: Revaluation of the Lebanese pound

The Lebanese pound was revalued at a rate of 1,500 LBP = 1 USD, ending the fixed exchange rate with the US dollar.

01/01/1993: Currency reform

A currency reform took place in Aruba, with the introduction of a new series of banknotes and the demonetization of certain older banknotes.

01/01/1990: Introduction of the guilders coins

Aruba introduced its own series of coins denominated in guilders, featuring unique designs and symbols reflective of Aruban culture.

01/01/1986: Introduction of the Aruban florin

The Aruban florin was established as the official currency of Aruba, replacing the Dutch guilder at a fixed rate of 1.79 florin to 1 guilder.

01/01/1986: Introduction of the parallel exchange market

The parallel exchange market was introduced in Lebanon, leading to a diverging exchange rate between the official and unofficial markets.

01/01/1976: Lebanese Civil War

The Lebanese Civil War began, causing significant economic instability and devaluation of the Lebanese pound.

01/01/1961: Pegged to the US dollar

The Lebanese pound was pegged to the US dollar at an exchange rate of 1 LBP = 1.5 USD.

27/11/1941: Devaluation of the Lebanese pound

The Lebanese pound was devalued by 41.9% following the breakup of the French franc.

01/10/1920: Lebanese pound introduced

The Lebanese pound was introduced at a fixed exchange rate of 1 pound = 20 French francs during the French mandate period.