|Sub-Unit:||1 Franc = 100 rappen|
The franc is the currency of both Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
Its name in the four official languages of Switzerland is Franken (German), franc (French and Rhaeto-Romanic), and franco (Italian).
|Sub-Unit:||1 N$ = 100 cents|
The Namibian dollar replaced the South African rand, which had been the country's currency while it was under South African rule as South-West Africa 1920-1990. The rand is still legal tender, as the Namibian dollar is linked to the South African rand and can be exchanged on a one-to-one basis locally.
|Fr 1 CHF||N$ 12.68 NAD|
|Fr 5 CHF||N$ 63.39 NAD|
|Fr 10 CHF||N$ 126.79 NAD|
|Fr 50 CHF||N$ 633.94 NAD|
|Fr 100 CHF||N$ 1,267.87 NAD|
|Fr 250 CHF||N$ 3,169.68 NAD|
|Fr 500 CHF||N$ 6,339.36 NAD|
|Fr 1,000 CHF||N$ 12,678.72 NAD|
|Fr 5,000 CHF||N$ 63,393.60 NAD|
|Fr 10,000 CHF||N$ 126,787.21 NAD|
|Fr 50,000 CHF||N$ 633,936.03 NAD|
|Fr 100,000 CHF||N$ 1,267,872.05 NAD|
|Fr 500,000 CHF||N$ 6,339,360.26 NAD|
|Fr 1,000,000 CHF||N$ 12,678,720.53 NAD|