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Serbia, Wartime 100 dinara, 1941 overprint (P23) UNC

Yugoslavian notes overprinted for use in Serbia during the Second World War
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SKU: WSE1285

During the Second World War, Yugoslavia was occupied by the German Army. Croatia was administered separately from Serbia and different banknotes were produced. In Serbia, a provisional issue was necessary while proper Serbian issues were being printed. The Yugoslavia 100 dinara, originally issued in 1929, was taken and overprinted with the new date 1941 and new bank titles. (P23 on Yugoslavia P27)

A woman seated with sword and facing out towards a harbour is on the front and on the back a boy with a garland of fruit is featured.

These notes usually turn up in very worn grade so we were delighted to buy these Crisp Uncirculated examples to offer you.

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