ADF (Andorran Franc)


DEFINITION of 'ADF (Andorran Franc)'

The currency abbreviation or currency symbol for the Andorran franc (ADF). The Andorran franc was replaced as the national currency of Andorra by the euro (EUR) in 1999.

BREAKING DOWN 'ADF (Andorran Franc)'

Prior to being replaced by the euro in 1999, the Andorran franc was pegged at parity to the French franc. Unlike in Monaco, there was no formal union of currencies with France. Because of this, no Andorran coins/notes were minted/printed.

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