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Yugoslavia 50000 Dinara 1993

Item Code: YU-130

Obverse: Portrait of Petar II Petrovic Njegoš (1813 - 1851). Monogram arms of the National Bank of Yugoslavia. Reverse: Cetinje Monastery, a Serbian Orthodox Church monastery in Montenegro. It is located in Cetinje and is the seat of the Metropolitanate of Montenegro and its name derives from Saint Peter of Cetinje. Watermark: Symmetrical diamond grid-like design repeated throughout. Security features: Watermark. Consecutively running red horizontal serial number on the obverse of the banknote. Very sparsely distributed filament fibers (hairs) fluoresce green while exposed to an ultraviolet light. Main colour: Overall purple. Signature: Borivoje Atanockovic (Guverner). Artist: D. Andric. Engraver: D. Matic, D. Petrovic. Artists (reverse): S. Hlasni, T. Peric C.G. Date of issue: 1993. Total issue: N/a. Demonetised: 1994. Material: Cotton fiber. Issuer: National Bank of Yugoslavia. Printer: Narodna Banka Jugoslavije - Zavod za Izradu Novcanica i Kovanog Novca - Beograd. National Bank of Yugoslavia - Banknote and Coin Printing & Minting Factory, Belgrade.
 

 
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Dimensions: 139 x 65 mm
 

Texts: Narodna Banka Jugoslavije - National Bank of Yugoslavia. Pedeset Hiljada Dinara - Fifty Thousand Dinars. Beograd 1993, Jugoslavija. Falsifikovanje se kažnjava po zakonu. Cetinjski Manastir.

 
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