# How much is a pound in American money?

One British pound sterling is equivalent to 1.66 U.S. dollar, as of  August 2014. One can find this conversion by using a currency  converter.

# How much is 6 pounds in American money?

If you mean £6 sterling, it is \$12 roughly. Keep in mind there  are many countries that use the pound, such as Malta and Kenya for  example.    Edit: According to Go (MORE)

# How much is one hundred and fifty in British pound in American money?

Live rates at 2008.12.27 18:44:56 UTC   150.00 GBP     =     218.737 USD   United Kingdom Pounds   United States Dollars 1 GBP = 1.45825 USD1 USD (MORE)

# How much was 4 Pounds of English money worth in 1775 to American money in 2009?

  Four English Pounds in 1775 had the same purchasing power as \$596.67 USD now.
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# How much was 4 Pounds of English money worth in 1700 to American money in 2009?

4 pounds of old English money, from 1700, is worth £312.36 in 2009 new English money. Converted with the average exchange rate of 2009, that turns out at: \$488.96 Interestin (MORE)
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# How much is 20 pounds in american money?

Google can actually convert. So you can solve any money issues with it. But it is about 32 dollars.
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# How much is 7000 pounds in American money?

Although it changes slightly everyday, a good baseline to use is that the British Pound is worth about 1.6x the American Dollar. So, 7000 pounds = about 11,000 American doll (MORE)
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# How much is 1 pound of American money?

That depends if you are weighing dollars, pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars, or coin dollars.
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# How much in American money is 145 pounds?

As i write this (1314 on 30/3/2012) the exchange rate is £1 = \$1.5998. £145 = \$231.97
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# What is one pound of English money worth in American money?

As of today £1 = US\$ 1.6036 the Exchange rates varies form day to day, even from hour to hour. To find the current rate, type "£1 = USD" or "GBP=USD" into Google.
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