TBT Old Peru

The Peruvian Inti was the currency in Peru from 1985-1991. It was introduced to replace the Peruvian Sol which had experienced savage inflation. It was replaced in 1991 with the New Peruvian Sol which remains the currency today, and is now officially just called the “Sol.”

The Inti was used in Peru from 1985-1991 (Photo:Stampscoinsnotes.com)