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# punts - Sunday 13 May, 2018

Check your mattress - €226 million in old Irish punts remains unaccounted for - and you can still redeem it

A whopping €1.5 million worth of old Irish money was redeemed last year alone

# punts - Sunday 1 May, 2016

People are still hoarding hundreds of millions in Irish punts

Irish pounds valued at €1.4 million were exchanged during 2015.

# punts - Sunday 11 October, 2015

We've found 73 MILLION old £20 notes behind the couch since the euro arrived

€4.1 billion in punts, overall. That’s a hell of a lot of Communion money.

# punts - Saturday 20 December, 2014

Twink, Superquinn sausages, Irish Water, and punts: Ireland by numbers in 2014

How many pigs are in Ireland? How many people are paid minimum wage? So many questions…

# punts - Wednesday 20 November, 2013

From The Daily Edge Here's what Irish people would buy with a one pound note Pound To Spend

Here's what Irish people would buy with a one pound note

A portrait of a nation.

# punts - Saturday 21 April, 2012

£283m of punts still in circulation

While £2m of punts were exchanged between mid-February and mid-March, over 7.5 per cent of all old Irish currency is still out there…

# punts - Sunday 1 January, 2012

Imperfect 10: The euro was introduced a decade ago today Euro This post contains videos This post contains images

Imperfect 10: The euro was introduced a decade ago today

It came in with a bang – will it end with a whimper?

# punts - Sunday 11 December, 2011

Government did not believe euro would collapse - Noonan

The finance minister said the euro was a “firm and solid currency”, even ahead of last week’s landmark EU agreement.