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The Croatia 10,000 Dinara is part of the 1994 issues which was released by the National Bank of the Republic of Serbian Krajina in response to the Yugoslavian currency reform. The front side of the note comes with Serbian text and bears the fortress perched on a hill in Knin county. The reverse of the note is in Croatian and boasts the countrys coat of arms in the center. A stylized vase is also shown on the back of the note. Printed by the Banknote Printing Works in Belgrade, the 140 x 66 mm paper bill bears a watermark that consists of a Greek key design. This particular Croatia 10,000 Dinara is of exceptional paper quality and has been given a grade of 67 by the Paper Money Guaranty.