Au 900/1000, 33,88 gr, 37 mm in diameter. 300 copies searched.
Coin reproduction of the Principality of Montenegro,
Ag .999, 1 pound, 100 mm diameter.
Avers: Elizabeth II; revers: Australian Kookaburra.
Only 1000 copies were searched and this
(Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia).
In English with introductory texts in Serbian and Slovenian.
KM115; М 2.1.
Unpacked. Denominations of 5, 10, 20 and 50 pairs; 1, 2, 5 and 10 dinars.
Original packing of the National Bank of Serbia.
3 denominations: 1, 2, 5 dinars and Svetozar Miletic medallion.
Original packaging of the National Bank of Serbia. 3 denominations: 1, 2, 5 dinars.
670 years since the coronation of
National Bank of Serbia DE LUX edition.
Set of 5 coins 1,2, 5, 10 and 20 dinars.
Orange brown, darker, 100x54 mm. Thicker paper without thread.
On the partisan obverse, on the rv. coat of arms of
Published by the Ministry of Finance of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.
Printed in Paris, blue, 153x82
Quality: VF / XF.
Quality: BU / Unc.
One of the main countries that gave its armed forces in this mission was YUGOSLAVIA.
Light blue with original enamelled
1,2,5,10,50 and 100 dinars 1993.
Silver, gilded silver and enamel.
On the reverse, the silver mark.
Variant until 1968.
G01451 - Cross of Charity, 1912
G00566 - Gold Medal for Civil Merit
G00225 - Order of St. Sava, 4th class
G00011 - Group of 2 decorations and 2 medals
G01525 - Gold Medal for Zealous Service (1913)
G01980 - PROMOTIONAL MEDAL SERBIAN DAYS IN PARIS, 1916
G00483 - Order of the Yugoslav Crown, 5th class
L13300 - Mandić, Ranko. Catalog of Yugoslav coins (2013)
G01984 - MEDAL SERBIAN DAYS IN PARIS, 1916
G00480 - Order of the Yugoslav Crown, 4th class