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Bosnia-Herzegovina Hyperinflation Banknotes

 

100,000,000 Dinara 1993

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Serbian Republic
5,000,000 Dinara 1993

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Serbian Republic
500,000,000 Dinara 1993

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

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

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Bosnia-Herzegovina went through a period of hyperinflation shortly after it broke away from Yugoslavia in 1992, and erupted in a civil war among Serb, Bosniak, and Croat factions. In 1992, the highest denomination was 1,000 Dinara. By 1993, the highest denomination was 100,000,000 Dinara in the Bosnian controlled area, and 500,000,000 Dinara in the Serbian controlled area.
In 1998, Dinar was replaced by Convertible Marka which is currently pegged to Euro.

 

 

 

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