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The Croatia 10 Dinara was issued in 1991 by the Republic of Croatia, bearing the design of Zlatko Jakus who was a Swedish designer of Croatian descent. The banknote is predominantly in reddish-brown and in Croatian. Centered on its obverse is a close-up image of mathematician and physicist Ruder Boskovic. Depicted on the upper right are geometric calculations and the coat of arms of Croatia. The banknotes obverse is vertical-oriented and displays the Zagreb cathedral located in Kaptol. In the background are stylized buildings and on the upper left is the national emblem. Security features of the 105 x 55 mm paper note include an hourglass pattern watermark and the signature of Finance Minister Jozo Martinovic. This specific banknote has been graded 66 by the Paper Money Guaranty.