Moneta Veneziana

lb. s. d.
Gold
1 Zecchino [3.49 / 3.49 g] = 400 Soldi
1 Scudo d'Oro [3.33 / 3.05 g] = 380 Soldi
1 Ducat [2.16 / 2.16 g] = 260 Soldi
Silver
1 Lira = 20 Soldi
= 240 Denari
1 Cassetti = 2 Soldi
1 Soldo = 12 Denari
Copper
1 Denaro or Grossetto

Italy had no unified currency.

Click here for further information on Italy's coins and currencies.link

Swenska Pengar





Riksd.
D S.M
D K.M



M S.M
M S.M
M K.M



Öre S.M
Öre S.M
Öre K.M

1 Dukat [3.4 g Au] = 2 Riksdaler
1 Riksdaler = 2 Daler Silfwermynt
= 6 Daler Kopparmynt
= 8 Mark Silfwermynt
= 24 Mark Kopparmynt
= 64 Öre Silfwermynt
= 128 Öre Kopparmynt
1 Daler Silfwermynt / D S.M = 3 Daler Kopparmynt
= 4 Mark Silfwermynt
= 32 Öre Silfwermynt
1 Daler Kopparmynt / D K.M = 4 Mark Kopparmynt
1 Mark Silfwermynt / M S.M = 3 Mark Kopparmynt
= 8 Öre Silfwermynt
1 Mark Kopparmynt / M K.M = 2 2/3 Öre Silfwermynt
= 5 1/3 Öre Kopparmynt
= 5 1/3 Öre Kopparmynt
1 Öre Silfwermynt = 2 Öre Kopparmynt
1 Öre Kopparmynt

1681-1715 link1715-1719 link1719-1776
 
From 1715 to 1719 both Sweden's copper and silver coins were devaluated against the riksdaler and gold. Accounts were held in riksdaler, mark and öre silver or in daler, mark and öre in each system.

See special page on Sweden's money.link
Exchange rate: Venetian Lire = Riksdaler

Source: Paritius (1709)link Comparison of Coinslink
© Matthias Böhne / Olaf Simons, 2004