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Salvadoran colón
The colón was the currency of El Salvador between 1892 and 2001, until it was substituted by the U.S. Dollar. It was subdivided into 100 centavos and its ISO 4217 code was SVC. The plural is colones in Spanish and was named after Christopher Columbus, known as Cristóbal Colón in Spanish.

The symbol for the colón is a c with two slashes. The symbol "₡" has Unicode code point U+20A1, and the decimal representation is 8353. In HTML it can be entered as ₡. The colón sign is not to be confused with the cent sign (¢), which has a code point U+00A2 in Unicode (or 162 in decimal), or with the cedi sign ₵, which has a code point U+20B5 in Unicode (or 8373 in decimal). Nonetheless, the commonly available cent symbol '¢' is frequently used locally to designate the colón in price markings and advertisements.
ISO 4217 codeSVC
Central bankCentral Reserve Bank of El Salvador
User(s)El Salvador
Subunit 1/100centavo
Symbol
Coins5, 10, 25, 50 centavos, 1, 5 colón
Rarely used1, 2, 3 centavos
Banknotes1, 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 200 colones

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