Serbia 1,000 Dinara Banknote, 1941, P-24, UNC

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Serbia 1,000 Dinara banknote from 1941, has a pick number of P-24, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Three seated allegorical women with wreath, sword, shield, book, and fruit.

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The Serbia 1,000 Dinara Banknote comes from the 1941 Provisional series when Serbia was occupied by Germany and the the Yugoslav dinar was replaced at par by the second Serbian dinar. The banknote measures 186 x 114 mm and has shades of tan, brown, red and gray. The obverse side features three seated allegorical women with wreath, sword, shield, book, and fruit, along with Serbias coat of arms. Meanwhile, the reverse side also shows three women, but one is holding a baby. This banknote has no security thread but is watermarked with the head of King Alexander I, a former king of Yugoslavia.

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