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2017, vol. 46, iss. 3, pp. 130-141
Dinar-crown banknotes
Udruženje banaka Srbije
Keywords: dinar-crown banknotes; ½ dinars; 2 crowns; 1 dinar; 4 crowns; 5 dinars; 20 crowns; 10 dinars; 40 crowns; 20 dinars; 80 crowns; 100 dinars; 400 crowns; 1000 dinars; 4000 crowns; National Bank of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes; circulation; stamping; labeling
Dinar-crown banknotes were: ½ dinars (i.e. 2 crowns), 1 dinar (i.e. 4 crowns), 5 dinars (i.e. 20 crowns), 10 dinars (i.e. 40 crowns), 20 dinars (i.e. 80 crowns), 100 dinars (i.e. 400 crowns), and 1000 dinars (i.e. 4000 crowns). The ½- and 1-dinar banknotes are assumed to have been issued in 1919, whereas the other five banknotes, according to one source, were released into circulation on 21.02.1920. Pursuant to the regulations, the replacement of the nostrified crown banknotes by the new crown- dinar banknotes started on 3 February 1920 in Serbia and Montenegro and on 16 February 1920 in other parts of the country. All seven denominations of the dinar-crown banknotes were being withdrawn from circulation throughout a lengthy period of time from 21 February 1921 until May 1934. The first to be withdrawn were the 20-dinar banknotes, from 1 February to 30 April 1921, then the 5-dinar banknotes, from 20 July to 20 November 1922, and the 10-dinar banknotes, from 10 February to 10 June 1924. The 100-dinar (400-crown) and 1000-dinar (4000-crown) banknotes remained in circulation the longest. The withdrawal of the 100- and 1000-dinar banknotes started in 1929 and lasted until 25 May 1934. The 1924 rulebook on minting coins of ½, 1 and 2 dinars precisely defines their withdrawal from circulation and replacement by minted coins within one year after the last batch of minted coins gets released into circulation. However, in 1927 the decree of the Minister of Finance prescribed that the remaining paper banknotes be withdrawn from circulation on 30 September 1927 by being replaced by the metal coins of the same denominations.
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article language: Serbian, English
document type: Review Paper
DOI: 10.5937/bankarstvo1703130P
published in SCIndeks: 15/12/2017
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