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Irish pound

Irish pound Definition

The Irish pound (Irish language: punt) was the currency unit of the Irish Free State, and later of the republic of Ireland until 1 January, 1999; the ISO 4217 code was IEP. From 1826 Ireland followed the British currency system, Sterling, and continued this direct connection during independence until finally withdrawing from it in 1979, when Ireland joined the ERM.





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