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Banknote Book & CPG® PRICE GUIDE

Catalog & market information for bank notes issued by Narodna Banka Hrvatske

On 31 May 1994, the kuna was introduced as the monetary unit of Croatia, replacing the dinar at a ratio of 1:1,000. These notes were designed by Miroslav Sutej and Vilko Ziljak, and all feature prominent Croatians on front and architectural motifs on back. The geometric figures at lower left on front (except the 5-kuna note) are intaglio printed for recognition by the sight-impaired. To the right of the coat of arms on front is a microprinted version of the Croatian national anthem, Lijepa Naša Domovino (Our Beautiful Homeland).

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5 kuna
(B401a, P28a)

 
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5 kuna
(B401as, P28as)

 
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10 kuna
(B402a, P29a)

 
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10 kuna
(B402as, P29as)

 
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20 kuna
(B403a, P30a)

 
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20 kuna
(B403as, P30as)

 
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50 kuna
(B404a, P31a)

 
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50 kuna
(B404as, P31as)

 
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100 kuna
(B405a, P32a)

 
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100 kuna
(B405as, P32as)

 
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200 kuna
(B406a, P33a)

 
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200 kuna
(B406as, P33as)

 
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500 kuna
(B407a, P34a)

 
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500 kuna
(B407as, P34as)

 
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500 kuna
(B407az, P34a)

 
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1,000 kuna
(B408a, P35a)

 
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1,000 kuna
(B408as, P35as)

 
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1,000 kuna
(B408az, P35a)

 
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10 kuna
(B409a, P36a)

 
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10 kuna
(B409as, P36as)

 
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10 kuna
(B409az, P36a)

 
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