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EUROPE / EUROPA / ЕВРОПА

YUGOSLAVIA (Југославија / Jugoslavija)

Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes 1 Kruna 22/11/1918 series: 1292 s.no: 514786 grade: VF+ cat: Not listed / wo Pick comment: "Handstamped" on Austro-Hungarian Kronen Issue. SHS = (Srpski, Hrvati, Slovenac) / Serbian, Croatian and Slovenian. "Prekomurje Hrvatska" / Today region located in the far north-east of Slovenia, on the left bank of the Mura River. added: 4 months ago
Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes 1 DINAR ND / 1919 series: 29F s.no: 041,178 grade: XF+ cat: 12 comment: Signature - : Dr Momčilo Ninčić Obverse : Miloš Obilić wearing a helmet; Ministry of Finance of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes Reverse : Ministry of Finance of the Kingdom of SCS in French. added: 2 months ago
Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes 5 Dinars ( динара) ND/1919 overprint: overprint "KPУHA" (Kron or Kruna) Crown series: D.018 s.no: 018,637 grade: XF+ cat: 16a comment: FRONT : Miloš Obilić - died in 1389 Battle of Kossovo Polje - The popular tradition sees Miloš model of the hero who is willing to ultimate sacrifice to defend his people and his faith. BACK : caduceus. added: 60 months ago
Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes 10 DINARA (динара) 01/11/1920 s.no: B655538 grade: VF+ cat: 21a comment: Obverse: Allegory "Progress" (a man with a wheel). Reverse: Landscape at Balkan Mountain. added: 22 months ago
Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes 100 DINARA (сто динара) 30/11/1920 series: r.707 s.no: 470 grade: VF cat: 22 comment: Observe : "Serbia", and Belgrade along the Danube. Reverse : ships, peasant and arms. added: 22 months ago
Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes 1.000 динара (Dinara) 30/11/1920 overprint: лажан (on back = False) series: A.92 s.no: 352 grade: XF+ cat: 23 x(1) comment: FRONT : Saint George and the Dragon - Gračanica Monastery (Манастир Грачаница) rebuilt in 1321, located near Pristina - Kossovo. BACK : Man ploughing, different cities (Sarajevo top left, Belgrade at bottom center, Ljubljana top right, Zagreb bottom right) added: 22 months ago
Kingdom of Yugoslavia - Краљевина Југославија 100 01/12/1929 series: P.1742 s.no: 691 grade: XF+ cat: 27b comment: Watermark: King Alexander I (Head with dark moustache; full collar visible) added: 22 months ago
Kingdom of Yugoslavia - Краљевина Југославија 50 DINARA (педесет динара) 01/12/1931 series: 3.0645 s.no: 468 grade: aUNC cat: 28 comment: Observe : King Aleksandar Karađorđević (1888-1934), reign in 1921 - He was the last European monarch to be assassinated (In Marseille / France). Background, bay of Kotor (Cattaro) located in Montenegro - Adriatic sea. Reverse : Marko Kraljević (serbian prince 1335/1395) on his Horse Šarac, 1933 (by Ivan Meštrović, scultor1883-1962). added: 22 months ago
Kingdom of Yugoslavia - Краљевина Југославија 1000 Dinars (динара) 01/12/1931 series: И0499 - 941 grade: aUNC cat: 29 comment: Narodna Banka Kraljevine Jugoslavije. Front : Marie of Romania 1900/1961 (Марија Карађорђевић) - became, by marriage, queen of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes from 1922 to 1929, then Yugoslavia from 1929 to 1934. Back : Allegorical Women. added: 22 months ago
Kingdom of Yugoslavia - Краљевина Југославија 100 15/07/1934 series: К.0553 - 969 s.no: 13811969 grade: XF- cat: 31 comment: OBSERVE : "Background" -St George's Church (Serbian: Црква Св. Ђорђа) also known as Oplenac (Опленац), is the mausoleum of the Serbian and Yugoslav royal house of Karađorđević located on top of the Oplenac Hill in the town of Topola. "Foreground" allegorical Serbia protect, boy. REVERSE: view of Ragusa - Dubrovnik- ДУБРОВНИК - allegorical Women. added: 22 months ago
Kingdom of Yugoslavia - Краљевина Југославија 500 Dinar (Pet Stotina Dinara - пет стотина динара) 06/09/1935 series: J.0308- 835 grade: XF+ cat: 32 comment: OBSERVE : Pierre II [1923-1970] (Петар I) last king of Jugoslavia (Karađorđević dynasty) 1934-1945. REVERSE : Peasant women. added: 22 months ago
Kingdom of Yugoslavia - Краљевина Југославија 10 DINARA (десет динара) 22/09/1939 grade: aUNC cat: 35 comment: OBSERVE : King Petar II - "Stari Most" mean "old Bridge" on Neretva river (Green river) at Mostar (Bosnia). REVERSE : allegorical woman "Serbia". added: 22 months ago