Banknotes from Yugoslavia

Yugoslavia was a country between 1918 and 1992 that united the South Slav nations of Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia, Montenegro, and Macedonia and included the now disputed country of Kosovo, which has an Albanian majority. Its dissolution led to the Yugoslav Wars, a series of intermittent conflicts from 1991 until 1999. From 1992 until 2003 the name Yugoslavia was used for the remaining union of Serbia and Montenegro. The name Yugoslavia literally means "South Slavia".
Wikidata: Q36704

See also: Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro

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Dinar (1918-1941)

100 Para = 1 Dinar

Available for swap ¼ Dinar
1921

Standard banknote
92 × 62 mm
P# 13, N# 206306
Available for swap 1/2 Dinara
1919

Standard banknote
80 × 50 mm
P# 11, N# 244428
Available for swap 1 Dinar
(1919)

Standard banknote
108 × 77 mm
P# 12, N# 209710
Available for swap 10 Dinara
1920

Standard banknote

P# 21, N# 298984
Available for swap 10 Dinara
1926

Standard banknote

P# 25, N# 277938
10 Dinara
1929

Standard banknote
126 × 79 mm
P# 26, N# 278544
Available for swap 10 Dinara
1939

Standard banknote
128 × 72 mm
P# 35, N# 225928
Available for swap 20 Dinara
1936

Standard banknote
134 × 79 mm
P# 30, N# 210864
Available for swap 50 Dinara
1931

Standard banknote
148 × 94 mm
P# 28, N# 238249
Available for swap 100 Dinara
1920

Standard banknote
168 × 100 mm
P# 22, N# 278549
Available for swap 100 Dinara
1929

Standard banknote
168 × 100 mm
P# 27, N# 206245
100 Dinara
1934

Standard banknote
173 × 102 mm
P# 31, N#̷