10 Dinara Overprint Provisional Issue

Features

Issuer Serbia
Type Standard banknote
Year 1941
Value 10 Dinara (10)
Currency WWII dinar (1941-1944)
Composition Paper
Size 127 × 73 mm
Shape Rectangular
Demonetized Yes
Number N# 209503
Numista (https://numista.com)
References P# 22
Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Modern issues 1961-present (25th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA.
And 2 more volumes.

Obverse

Dark grey on tan underprint.
Coat of arms at left
Note value in text form at center
Watermark pane at right
Serial number and anti-counterfeiting warning in bottom border.

Lettering:
СРПСКА НАРОДНА БАНКА

ПЛАЋА ДОНОСИОЦУ
ДЕСЕТ
СРПСКИХ
ДИНАРА

БЕОГРАД, 1 МАЈ 1941

СРПСКА НАРОДНА БАНКА

ФАЛСИФИКОВАЊЕ НОВЧАНИЦА КАЗНИ СЕ ПО ПРОПИСИМА КРИВИЧНОГ
ЗАКОНИКА КОЈЕ ВРЕДЕ ЗА КРИВЦЕ ЗБОГ ПРАВЉЕЊА ЛАЖНОГ НОВЦА

Translation:
SERBIAN NATIONAL BANK
PAYS TO THE BEARER 10 DINARA

Belgrade, 1st of May 1941
SERBIAN NATIONAL BANK

COUNTERFEITING BANKNOTES IS PUNISHED UNDER CRIMINAL
CODES WHICH ARE VALID FOR THOSE FOUND GUILTY OF MAKING FAKE MONEY

Reverse

Watermark pane at left
Denomonation shown in the center
Woman in traditional dress at right

Lettering:
СРПСКА НАРОДНА БАНКА

ПЛАЋА ДОНОСИОЦУ
10
ДЕСЕТ
СРПСКИХ
ДИНАРА

FALSIFIKOVANJE NOVČANICA KAZNI SE PO PROPISIMA KRIVIČNOG
ZAKONIKA KOJE VREDE ZA KRIVCE ZBOG PRAVLJENJA LAŽNOG NOVCA

Translation:
SERBIAN NATIONAL BANK

PAYS TO THE BEARER
10 DINARA

COUNTERFEITING BANKNOTES IS PUNISHED UNDER CRIMINAL
CODES WHICH ARE VALID FOR THOSE FOUND GUILTY OF MAKING FAKE MONEY

Watermark

Note has an inset watermark, a left portrait of King Petar I

10 Dinara (Overprint Provisional Issue) -  obverse

© Steve-B

Comments

Reverse like Yugoslavia P#35

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Date VG F VF XF AU UNC
1941  Issued 1 May 1941

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