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The Serbia 1,000 Dinara banknote was released in 2003 by the National Bank of Serbia. The banknotes obverse features industrialist Dorde Vajfert who served as the bank governor. On the center is Vajferts brewery in Belgrade. The vertical-oriented reverse depicts Dorde Vajfert with the interior of the National Bank of Serbias main building in the background. It also displays the seal of the National Bank of Serbia on the upper left and on the bottom is Saint George slaying a dragon. The banknotes security features include a holographic patch, a windowed security thread with demetalized Serbian text, and a watermark that reflects Dorde Vajfert. The paper bill is 151 x 72 mm in size and bears the signature of Governor Kori Udovicki. This particular Serbia 1,000 Dinara has been TAP authenticated and is in uncirculated condition.