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Swiss franc
Schweizer Franken (in German)
franc suisse (in French)
franco svizzero (in Italian)
franc svizzer (in Romansh)
CHF Banknotes.jpg CHF coins.jpg
ISO 4217 codeCHF
Central bankSwiss Naitional Bank
Offeecial uiser(s)Switzerland Swisserland
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
Italy Campione d'Italia, Italy[1]
Unoffeecial uiser(s)Germany Büsingen am Hochrhein, Germany[2]
Inflation-0.2% (2013)
 Soorce(de) Statistik Schweiz
 1/100Rappen (in German)
centime (in French)
centesimo (in Italian)
rap (in Romansh)
SeembolCHF, SFr. (auld)
NicknameStutz (1 CHF coin), 2-Fränkler (2 CHF coin), 5-Liiber (5 CHF coin) (Swiss German), Ameise (1000 CHF), balle(s) (≥1 CHF) thune (=5 CHF) (in French)
PluralFranken (in German)
francs (in French)
franchi (in Italian)
francs (in Romansh)
Rappen (in German)
centime (in French)
centesimo (in Italian)
rap (in Romansh)
Rappen (in German)
centimes (in French)
centesimi (in Italian)
raps (in Romansh)
Coins5, 10 & 20 centimes, ½, 1, 2 & 5 francs
Banknotes10, 20, 50, 100, 200 & 1,000 francs
PrinterOrell Füssli Arts Graphiques SA (Zürich)

The franc (sign: Fr. or SFr. or FS; German: Franken, French an Romansh: franc, Italian: franco; code: CHF) is the siller an legal tender o Swisserland an Liechtenstein; it is an aa legal tender in the Italian exclave Campione d'Italia.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Swiss franc is the offeecial siller an Euro is widely acceptit.
  2. Swiss franc is widely acceptit, althp Euro is offeecially uised

Fremmit airtins[eedit | eedit soorce]

  • Heiko Otto (ed.). "Swiss franc - baunk notes" (in Inglis, German, and French). Retrieved 2019-05-05.  (in Inglis) (in German) (in French)