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The Croatia 500 Million Dinara is part of the banknote issues that were released by the National Bank of the Republic of Serbian Krajina in 1993 with a pick number P-R26a. On the obverse of this 140 x 66 mm paper bill is the fortress on a hill in Knin. The reverse features the Serbian national emblem and a stylized vase. The banknote has color combinations of brown-black and olive-gray. Additionally, it has Serbian text on the front while the back is in Croatian. The note was printed by the Banknote Printing Works headquartered in Belgrade. It has a Greek key pattern watermark but with no security thread. This banknote has been graded 66 by the Paper Money Guaranty.