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Serbia 10 Dinara Banknote, 2013, P-54b, UNC

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Serbia 10 Dinara banknote from 2013, has a pick number of P-54b, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Karadzic.

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    SERB54BU
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    UNC
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Category: Banknotes
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This 10 Serbian dinar banknote is part of the series that have a more detailed national coat of arms, complying with the Decree on Establishing the Original Great and Small Coat-of-Arms, Flag, and National Anthem of the Republic of Serbia. The note highlights the creator of the contemporary Serbian alphabet Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic. Its obverse side features the following: Karadzics portrait as a young man; the exhibit of eyeglasses, pen, and an open book from the standing collection devoted to Karadzic and Dositej Obradovic; the bank seal; and a photo of an old Karadzic holding a sword. Its vertically-oriented reverse side contains the coat of arms of the Republic of Serbia, the members of the First Slavic Congress in Prague in 1848, and a picture of a seated Karadzic. The note has a windowed security thread with DINAR in both English and Cyrillic in demetalized ink, and a watermark of Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic. Its dimensions are 131 mm by 62 mm.

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