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Krajina dinar
Krajina dinar

The dinar (Serbian Cyrillic: динарa) was the currency in the Republic of Serbian Krajina between 1992 and 1994.

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so hello people are you going this is Glen back with some more banknotes banknotes are awesome thinking so and let's have a look at what banknotes I actually got all these are Yugoslavian or Serbian or Croatian banknotes and I actually got this slot ID he'll quite a really good price so not even one dollar per fee no and they come from Serbia so as you know Yugoslavia Serbia was actually a republic in Yugoslavia and during the 80s and 90s actually had a hyperinflation period very bad inflation so here's the first banknote so this is the hundreds thousands millions billions so this is a five billion DNR banknote hope you can't you know bloody train and has za so I'm not too sure if that's a replacement prefix maybe not and there has this guy here he from 1832 to 1878 does this banknote have a date on it it looks like a has Disturb symbol on it Nonya 93 so this would have only been in circulation in Serbia and Montenegro by 1993 Croatia Macedonia Bosnia and Slovenia actually issued during currency but it does have the Latin and Cyrillic script today both in a server Croatian was just really much the same language probably dialectal differences but this is no linguistic general so let's not worry about that because or sometimes gonna say that again no you know that with um some Arab speakers I rather trust a linguist in someone who actually speaks a language because people think that venutian and Sicilian a dialects of Italian when your teen is from Tuscan and Sicilian and fernette e'en evolved alongside so they're like sister languages anyway no I have a group of free five billion not the 100 trillion like they issued in Zimbabwe but if they actually didn't review their currency we have four or five times which they did in Yugoslavia I reckon they would have gone over a hundred truing it's in barbar dollars but anyway let's have a look at some I have a bank notes here we have first we get a date this one is 1994 so this is most likely the current data so 10 dinars or maybe not he's not ones very similar that is also 1994 it's 1,000 dinars so this one doesn't have any security features on it it has a mountainous scene because I you can Siamese does have planes but also his mountains as well in the Balkans Balkans is very mountainous region 10 dinars and I'm not too sure who that guy is jockey and knee that I can't read it I should actually learn the Cyrillic script so if you actually collect coins and banknotes you should actually learn the script that they're in all I summer actually be hard like Cambodian Amharic the Indian languages is a bit confusing for me because isn't I've checked on the internet it's no real good website actually can teach you it and here we have missing truth to you man to man astir I feel read that part right and oh here we have some this is my favorite series from Yugoslavia so I've got ten is really not worth keeping they actually look worse than what the father did ten fifty a hundred should be 100 here yes do you 100 dinars this is actually my favourite banknote 100 dinars beautiful red color and red yellow and blue look good on banknotes this one's a 996 I just would have been one of the last issues and as you can see as I'm probably has don't know which ones which that's probably so being there one of these will be Slovenian you won't be Croatian and all the languages are Slavic sort of very similar they do have Hungarian speakers in Serbia as well as speakers of Albanian and all that stuff different topic indo-european languages so we have a 50,000 you know this one he's probably from the same series 1993 500,000 so as you can see this and really not that good printing grade not like these ones this one was printed in a time of stability inflation was actually I was probably higher than what we have now but it is actually a bit lower and when you get into hyperinflation you need to print a lot of banknotes so they reduce the quality of T banknotes okay another 50,000 so everyone was a 50,000 50,000 these are probably two different series that actually didn't circulate together but I'll need to look that up in 94 93 yeah most likely that is the case so what causes hyperinflation well during the eighties Yugoslavia not too sure why maybe it was a changing economic situation from to a capitalist as you can see with the breakup of communism any change in the market style of the economies and a lot Romania Bulgaria actually suffered inflation because of the shock and and the true value of the currency came out so 93 94 again different series number 50,000 this one's in pretty good shape so the actual war in now Yugoslavia my name Croatia and Bosnia I'm actually probably did cause some disruption in inflation but generally inflation is only caused by the economic policies of the actual government of the time if you have a look at World War one when did the inflation happen it happened after World War one a few years after actually the wars would have actually reduce or like that one beautiful sunflowers are this is one of my favorite Saudis hyper-inflated banknotes so the water would have actually caused the inflation by reducing the availability of goods so increasing their price but it would not have caused hyperinflation so Germany happened in nineteen twenty three twenty four it's like five years after the war in Hungary it happened in 1946 a year after the war and in a Zimbabwe well they didn't actually have a war and look at Venezuela then I have a war it's caused government policies may probably nationalization just that I reduced confidence of the people in the actual economy and near government now fifty million you know it's nice five thousand not bad 94 so I think all these are 94 mm and 9300 dinner so this is a pretty low denomination 1992 oh this is the highest bank net of the series 1000 so the only one today heavy so 500 and the five 1981 well circulated very nice ooh big and I'm 5 million dinars and that Nikola Tesla yesterday's I see Fred Edina the Croatian and he was a physicist and an inventor as well so he says the light looks like the light bulb which he actually I think there's a light bulb don't look spiit was strange 500 dinars as you can see all serial numbers that I most of them anyway 90 tubular Belgrade Oh toto Tito and as you can see this one actually has the communist symbol for Yugoslavia and this one has the non-communist or the national symbol for Yugoslavia so this one should actually be 94 91 1985 mm-hmm so I don't have to spank now so he was actually the Communist leader up into 9 80s and he passed away after he died I think you just sorry it just went downhill so this is pretty much in the style of these banknotes so this is 1985's and a time period of when inflation actually started to kick in another one Nikola Tesla 5000 now the buildings and lots of buildings from Gustav II and actually after name name 50 million small urban 893 500 million so that's a woman there no that's my name beautiful a hundred million wow this is getting really really expensive I feel sorry for these people they would have actually lost a lot of the income ten thousand so all their savings from the past would have been lost but Yugoslavia since the fifties has suffered from inflation pretty badly Oh big five thousand I like just colored green listens probably nine ninety five or so fifty thousand and nine ninety eight that looks like is that Doug broth Nick at this time this would have circulated mean all you could say be so Slovenia Croatia and misophonia and Bosnia number one person Nikola Tesla issue looks like he was just on one issue I know now has something to do that electromagnetism but I'm not too sure what it is looks like you got a differential current going free day so it's actually electricity heating no need to look that up it's now about five thousand and it'll show this one's yes I did and here we have Ilya Benko so I have two from Montenegro one / / + - / / looks like this one's being ripped and someone's glue the back on not too sure looks like a head pain but - I've already got the two prepared don't have the one paper that's why I actually got this one and then we have some Croatian big nuts from the Second World War so one Cunha hundred Kuna stole Carina this one on the back it's a pretty simple banknote they actually didn't issue coins for Croatia they did for Serbia and Bohemia Moravia and Poland they're not kosher they just had only banknotes and then they were printed in Berlin here I have the two versions of my pairs in Kuna so for 1943 and 1941 already have this one so I don't really need it but these coming us a lot so this is nice to actually increase my collection and then I have Serbian banknotes this is a 50 inner from 1941 as you can see Yugoslavia was actually broken up and they all issued during currency Susa Serbian national symbol which is I think it's on their current curved arms and here's an over print of a Yugoslavian 100 dinner size overprinted Serb scar and yes sir over printed the center has the watermark of the king at the time no beard and then we have a 500 from Serbia so Srpska National Bank that's a hrodna bank banker and these are quite nice so this was over printed on paper that was intended for another Bank net probably probably this one actually sitting board marks actually met Chum not really not really so maybe this was intended for another type of banknote and then we have a Yugoslavia 1000 you know pretty better writing and how does this watermark and these are definitely in the French style I'd say mmm eco looks like a wedge tailed eagle and Australia but not too short Eagle just have to look that up Nonnie back have allegorical features so we have the Croatian Serbian and the Muslim arms so anyway I'll let us say thank you very much for watching my video hope you enjoy these banknotes as I do and just enjoy collecting banners cause it's awesome thank you and have a nice day also check out my affiliate links if you want any of these banknotes I'll put a link to Kasai banknotes on eBay and give this video a thumbs up and subscribe to my channel bye bye

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History

There were three distinct dinars. The first was introduced in July 1992 in parallel with the new Yugoslav dinar of that year, to which it was equal. The second dinar replaced the first at a rate of 1 million to one on October 1, 1993, whilst the third replaced the second at a rate of 1 billion (109) to one on January 1, 1994. In 1995, Croatia took control of the region and the Croatian kuna became the currency. No coins were issued for any of the three dinara.

Banknotes

In 1991, three uniface war loan certificates denominated in 10,000-, 20,000-, and 50,000-динара (dinara) were prepared, but never issued. Although these resemble banknotes, they are not banknotes.[1] These were followed, in 1992, by regular type notes for 10, 50, 100, 500, 1000 and 5000 dinars. Later in 1992, notes were issued by the Narodna Banka Republike Srpske Krajine (National Bank of Republic of Srpska Krajina) in denominations of 10,000 and 50,000 dinars. These were followed by notes for 100,000, 1 million, 5 million, 10 million, 20 million, 50 million, 100 million, 500 million, 1 billion, 5 billion and 10 billion dinars. When the second dinars was introduced later in 1993, notes were issued in denominations of 5000, 50,000, 100,000, 500,000, 5 million, 100 million, 500 million, 5 billion, 10 billion and 50 billion. In 1994, the third dinar was issued in denominations of 1000, 10,000, 500,000, 1 million and 10 million dinars.

See also

References

  1. ^ Linzmayer, Owen (2012). "Serbian Krajina". The Banknote Book. San Francisco, CA: www.BanknoteNews.com.

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