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The Serbia 10 Dinara was issued in 2013 by the National Bank of Serbia. Featured on the obverse of the note is a picture of the contemporary Serbian alphabet creator, Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic as a young man. A pair of eyeglasses, a pen, and an open book as depicted on exhibits from the standing collections of the Museum dedicated to Karadzic and Dositej Obradovic, are also shown. Additionally, the front of the note displays the bank seal and Karadzic as an old man holding a sword. The banknotes reverse features a more detailed coat of arms of the Republic of Serbia, members of the first Slavic Congress which was held in Prague in 1848, and Karadzic as an old man, sitting. The banknote is 131 x 62 mm in size and comes with a windowed security thread that has a demetalized Serbian character. It also carries the signatures of Governor Jorgovanka Tabakovic and a watermark that reflects Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic. This particular paper bill has been graded 66 by the Paper Money Guaranty.