Historical Exchange Rates
Notes: Exchange Rates may change throughout the day and may differ at the time of booking,and up-to the minute rates may be obtained by contacting any bank branch. Rates can only be guaranteed at the time the purchase or sale is conducted.
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- ISK AUD | Exchange Currency
Note: The Iceland krona to Australian dollar chart allow you to see for free currency exchange rate graph history for the ISK AUD currency pair Currently, the currency chart shows historical exchange rates for Iceland krona per 1 Australian dollar pair for a period of 2403 days
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