Serbia 100 Dinara Banknote, 1941, P-23a, UNC

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Serbia 100 Dinara banknote from 1941, has a pick number of P-23, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Serbia wearing a robe.

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Category: Serbia
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The Serbia 100 Dinara Banknote is part of the family of notes issued in 1941 to replace the Yugoslav dinar. This 170 x 100 paper money is part of the Nazi occupation overprint and is in uncirculated condition. On its obverse is the national personification Serbia wearing a robe, seated while holding a sword and produce at her feet. It also shows a sailboat along the coast of Belgrade. The back of the Serbia 100 Dinara note displays fruit trees, sailboats, and a man in national costume holding fruit and a shield that has the countrys Coat of Arms. Signed by D.Uzelac and M.Radosaviljevic, this bill has King Alexander Is portrait as its watermark.