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Croatia 100,000 Dinara Banknote, 1993, P-27, UNC

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Croatia 100,000 Dinara banknote from 1993, has a pick number of P-27a, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and feature Ruder Boskovic.

  • SKU:
    CROA27U
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    UNC
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The Croatia 100,000 Dinara with a pick number P-27 was issued by the Republic of Croatia in 1993 to keep up with hyperinflation. The banknote comes in blue and light green color combinations and is 130 x 70 mm in size. Its obverse displays a portrait of Ruder Boskovic who was a famous mathematician and physicist. It also shows geometric calculations and Croatias emblem. The banknotes reverse depicts a seated woman sculpture called History of the Croats by Ivan Mestrovic. The coat of arms and a stylized stained glass window are also visible on the back of the note. The paper bill carries a solid security thread and a watermark that consists of baptismal fonts. This particular Croatia 100,000 Dinara is in uncirculated condition.

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