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Banknote Book & CPG® PRICE GUIDE

Catalog & market information for bank notes issued by Principality of Serbia

Various foreign currencies were used in the Knjazevina Srbija (Principality of Serbia, POS) until the middle of the 1800s when Prince Miloš Obrenović ordered the creation of a national currency, the Serbian dinar, with the first bronze coins minted in 1868, and banknotes printed, but not issued, in 1876. (The first paper money in the region consisted of assignats denominated in forinta backed by national properties issued in the province of Vojvodina in the towns of Sremski Karlovci and Subotica to finance the war against the Hungarians in 1848.)

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1 динар (dinar)
(B101a, P1a)

Worth: $1,750 - $1,750
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5 динара (dinars)
(B102a, P2a)

Worth: $520 - $4,000
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10 динара (dinars)
(B103a, P3a)

Worth: $715 - $3,500
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10 динара (dinars)
(B103as, P3as)

 
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50 динара (dinars)
(B104a, P4a)

Worth: $975 - $8,250
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100 динара (dinars)
(B105a, P5a)

Worth: $3,130 - $3,130
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