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The Croatia 50,000 Dinara was issued by the Republic of Croatia in 1993 because of hyperinflation. The red banknotes obverse features Ruder Boskovic who was a Croatian physicist and philosopher. The also depicts geometric computations as well as the emblem of Croatia. On its reverse is the sculpture History of the Croats by Ivan Mestrovic, illustrating a seated woman. Stylized stained glass windows are in the background. The national emblem is also presented on the back of the note. The 130 x 65 mm paper bill bears a solid security thread and a watermark that consists of baptismal fonts. This particular banknote has been graded 66 by the Paper Money Guaranty.