HTML Currency Codes ❤ ❤

Since we are used to standardized English keyboards when using our computers, special characters of various origin can be difficult to present. The below table shows the HTML Decimal Code, Unicode Hexadecimal and Official HTML Name for currency characters categorized in ASCII. ASCII stands for American Standard Code for Informational Interchange.

The below list includes HTML Currency character codes which are usually not found in the standard character set. Should you wish to produce any of the unique characters below from the ASCII Currency Library, use the respective codes when writing your HTML code.

In order to use these characters, simply place the unique character code where you’d like the character to appear. Codes as such play a key part in translation projects.

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¤
¤
¤
Generic Currency Symbol
$
$
$
$
Dollar Sign
¢
¢
¢
¢
Cent Sign
£
£
£
£
Pound Sterling
¥
¥
¥
¥
Yen Symbol
₣
₣
Franc Sign
₤
₤
Lira Symbol
₧
₧
Peseta Sign
€
€
€
€
Euro Symbol
₹
Rupee
₩
₩
Won Sign
₴
₴
Hryvnia Sign
₯
₯
Drachma Sign
₮
₮
Tugrik Sign
₰
₰
German Penny Sign
₲
₲
Guarani Sign
₱
₱
Peso Sign
₳
₳
Austral Sign
₵
₵
Cedi Sign
₭
₭
Kip Sign
₪
₪
New Sheqel Sign
₫
₫
Dong Sign
%
%
%
%
Percent
‰
‰
‰
Per Million
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