Exchanging pesetas for euros is no longer possible, since the deadline to do so has already ended. Usually, people who have kept the old coin have done it out of nostalgia, although there are others who have done it for collecting.
numismatics It is used by many to obtain profitability and the pesetas are not left out of the business. Some currencies are not used to receive money, but for others you can get up to 1,000 euros.
These are rarities or unique specimens, which experts consider that their price can be between 300 and 1,000 euros, according to the Ideal.
Some of the copies for which a good sum of money can be obtained would be the 1884 pesetas, the 1962 100 pesetas coin or a 1976 bill.
Other pieces worth more than 1,000 euros are the four-escudo coins from 1729, or the maravedís or doubloons, whose value is incalculable.