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10 Dinara, 1992

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100,000,000 Dinara 1993

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10 Maraka, 2012 (Federation issue)

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Front: Mehmedalija Mak Dizdar (1917-1971), Bosnian and Yugoslav poet

Back: Stecak Radimlja fragment

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10 Maraka, 2012 (Serbian issue)

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Front: Aleksa Santic (1868-1924), Bosnian Serb poet

Back: Loaf of bread

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20 Maraka, 2012 (Federation issue)

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Front: Antun Branko Simic (1898-1925), Herzegovinian Croat expressionist poet

Back: Stecak Radimlja fragment

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20 Maraka, 2012 (Serbian issue)

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Front: Filip Visnjic (1767-1834), popular Serbian epic poet and gusle player

Back: Gusle (musical instrument)

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50 Maraka, 2012 (Federation issue)

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Front: Musa Cazim Catic (1878-1915), prominent Bosnian poet

Back: Stone relief

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50 Maraka, 2012 (Serbian issue)

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Front: Jovan Ducic (1871-1943), Bosnian Serb poet, writer and diplomat

Back: Pen, eyeglasses, book

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100 Maraka, 2012 (Federation issue)

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Front: Nikola Sop (1904-1982), Croatian poet originally from Bosnia

Back: Stecak Zgosca fragment

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100 Maraka, 2012 (Serbian issue)

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Front: Petar Kocic (1877-1916), Bosnian Serb writer

Back: Pen, eyeglasses, book

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Serbian Republic
100 Dinara, 1992

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Serbian Republic
5,000,000 Dinara, 1993

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Front: Petar Kocic (1877-1916), Bosnian Serb writer

Back: Serbian arms

 

Serbian Republic
500,000,000 Dinara 1993

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Front: Petar Kocic (1877-1916), Bosnian Serb writer

Back: Serbian arms

 

Serbian Republic
10,000,000,000 Dinara 1993 (unissued)

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Front: Petar Kocic (1877-1916), Bosnian Serb writer

Back: Serbian arms

 

Serbian Republic
50,000,000,000 Dinara 1993 (unissued)

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Front: Petar Kocic (1877-1916), Bosnian Serb writer

Back: Serbian arms

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Bosnia-Herzegovina, bounded by Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro, was part of Yugoslavia. It declared independence in 1992. However, a civil war soon erupted among Serb, Bosniak, and Croat factions. The 1995 Dayton Peace Accord created a joint multiethnic central government. It also created a second tier of government comprised of two entities roughly equal in size: the Bosniak/Croat Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Bosnian Serb-led Republika Srpska.

In the 1998 currency reform, Dinar was replaced by Convertible Marka, initially pegged to German Mark, now pegged to Euro.

For a more detailed country profile, see CIA World Factbook on Bosnia-Herzegovina.

 

 

 

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