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The Bosnia & Herzegovina 10 Dinara was released in 1992 at the onset of the Bosnian war. On the banknote's reverse is the national emblem of Serbia on the left and the denomination over a stylized design on the right. The reverse of the banknote bears similar design elements but with the Coat of Arms on the right and the stylized vase on the left. The 140 x 65 mm paper bill is colored brown and orange and carries Serbian text on the front and Croatian on the back. Its security features include a solid security thread with printed initials of the country's name. Furthermore, the banknote has a watermark that consists of the head of a young girl. Signed by Milenko Vracar, the note is printed by the Banknote Printing Works located in Belgrade. This particular Bosnia & Herzegovina 10 Dinara has been graded 68 by the Paper Money Guaranty.