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The Croatia 1,000 Dinara was issued by the National Bank of the Republic of Serbian Krajina in 1994 when Yugoslavia had a currency reform. The dark brown banknotes obverse features the fortress situated on a hill in Knin. The reverse of the note displays a decorated vase and the Coat of Arms of Serbia. The Croatia 1,000 Dinara has no security thread but bears a watermark that consists of a Greek key design. It measures 140 x 66 mm and is composed of paper. Additionally, the paper bill was printed by the Banknote Printing Works in Belgrade. This particular banknote comes in uncirculated condition and has been authenticated by the Banknote Worlds TAP authentication experts.