How and where can you exchange old Swiss francs withdrawn from circulation?
Do you have old Swiss francs that you don’t know what to do with? Are you convinced that the banknotes are completely worthless? Well, opposite to the general belief, old francs can still be resold. Wondering how to do it and how much you can gain?
How and where can you exchange old Swiss francs?
Swiss francs (CHF) are the official means of payment not only in Switzerland, but also in Liechtenstein. This currency was first introduced in 1850, replacing a number of other local monetary units. Currently, Swiss francs from the 8th series issued since 1995, and the latest 9th series are in circulation. The 7th series has been designed, but it has never been in cash and all the banknotes in this series have been destroyed. So what about banknotes from the other series? As you can easily guess with banknotes from earlier series, no payment transactions can be carried out. We will not pay for shopping or a visit to one of the Swiss restaurants. However, they can still be exchanged.
Where can I exchange old Swiss francs?
Unfortunately, the exchange of old francs is not carried out by local banks. What’s more, the vast majority of local money exchangers also refuse to buy withdrawn banknotes from circulation.
Where can I exchange old CHF francs?
Making this transaction enables the old-cash.com service, which guarantees extremely attractive terms for the exchange of withdrawn banknotes. The service can be used not only by old CHF owners, but also by other foreign currencies. The old-cash service offers fast and secure exchange of withdrawn francs only for the 6 series.
Add your withdrawn francs to your virtual wallet and see how much your old Swiss banknotes can be worth. Then complete the “exchange form” and send the package via courier or post to our branch. You will receive the payment for old banknotes to your bank account within 4 business days of receiving the package by our team. Owners of old Swiss francs, interested in their exchange, can contact the service by writing to the e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling the indicated phone number in the contact tab.
The exchange of old Swiss francs also takes place in the company’s office located in Warsaw. Withdrawn Swiss francs are bought at attractive exchange rates. We also exchange other circulation and withdrawn currencies from various parts of the world.