The Serbia chapter of The Banknote Book is now available for individual sale and as a free download to subscribers. This 22-page catalog covers notes issued by Principality of Serbia in 1876, Privileged National Bank of the Kingdom of Serbia from 1884-1917, Serbian National Bank from 1941-1943, and National Bank
, B422: Like B413, but new date (2016), new signature (Jorgovanka Tabaković), and the national coat of arms on back is more detailed, in accordance with the Decree on Establishing the Original Great and Small Coat-of-Arms, Flag and National Anthem of the Republic of Serbia, No. 85 of 15 November
1,000 dinara (2014), like NBS B20, but new date and new signature (Jorgovanka Tabaković). Courtesy of Claudio Marana.
Coins and Banknotes of Yugoslavia, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and MacedoniaZlatko Viščević, 1173 pages, soft cover, 192 x 120 mm, black and white illustrations, Croatian and English, ISBN 978-953-56890-0-3, US$52 / €40 (free shipping), firstname.lastname@example.org Download the free sample chapter: Coins and Banknotes of the Kingdom of
The Serbia chapter of The Banknote Book is now available for individual sale and as a free download to subscribers. This 8-page catalog covers notes issued by Народна банка Србије/Narodna Banka Srbija (National Bank of Serbia) from 2003 to present. Revised 24 May 2016. Each chapter of The Banknote Book
According to a press release, on 24 May 2013 the National Bank of Serbia issued 10-, 20-, and 100-dinar notes dated 2013 with the governor’s signature as Jorgovanka Tabaković. Courtesy of Dragan Peric.
According to an official press release, on 7 December 2012, the National Bank of Serbia released revised 500- (US$5.70) and 2,000-dinar (US$23) banknotes. “The obverse of the two banknotes has not been revised, while the reverse shows a new issue year (2012) and the signature of the current governor (Jorgovanka