Bosnia and Herzegovina, coin catalog, price

Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Capital: Sarajevo
Currency: convertible mark
Numeric code: 977
Letter code: BAM
In 1995 in the heart of the Balkans formed the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republika Srpska. Both republics are almost equivalent in size. Complements of the Federal Association of the Brcko district is a joint property of both republics, with their own government. Before 1992 the current Bosnia represented a part of Yugoslavia.
Convertible mark, is composed of one hundred Fininho resulting from the Dayton agreement, in 1998, dwelt in the country, having replaced the Bosnian Dinar, used previously. Orientation the stamp of Germany is reflected even in the name of the currency. Now the cost of the Bosnian coins, respectively, are "tied" to the new money of Europe.
In 1998, catalog of the coins of the Bosnian joined 10, 20 and 50 feninga. In 2000, joined 1 and 2 of a new brand, and in 2006 – 5 feninga and 5 marks. On the coins of 2 and 5 stamps depicts the dove of peace. To all other denominations is one of the components of the Bosnian coat of arms (the triangle with the stars).
Going to the country will surely be able to buy there coins of Bosnia and Herzegovina. But there is no need to leave home. On the Internet sites focused on the subject of collecting coins it is possible to inquire about relevant proposals, and at the same time to see the prices on Bosnian coins.

Money system:

Bosna i Hercegovina (1998 - 2017)

1 convertible mark = 100 fenings
RE:
5 feninga
10 feninga
20 feninga
50 feninga
1 marka
2 marka
5 marka

JC:
5 marka

CC:
10 marka

Bosna i Hercegovina (1992 - 1998)

1 dinar = 100 para
CC:
1 suverena
500 dinara

Socialist Yugoslavia (1945 - 1992)

1 dinar = 100 para
RE:
5 para
10 para
20 para
25 para
50 para
1 dinar
2 dinara
5 dinara
10 dinara
20 dinara
50 dinara
100 dinara

JC:
1 dinar
2 dinara
5 dinara
10 dinara
100 dinara

CC:
20 dinara
50 dinara
100 dinara
150 dinara
200 dinara
250 dinara
300 dinara
350 dinara
400 dinara
500 dinara
1000 dinara
1500 dinara
3000 dinara
5000 dinara

Kingdom of Yugoslavia (1918 - 1941)

1 dinar = 100 para
RE:
5 para
10 para
25 para
50 para
1 dinar
2 dinara
10 dinara
20 dinara
50 dinara
1 dukat
4 dukat
RE
- Regular edition;
JC
- Jubilee coins;
CC
- Collectible coins.



10 feninga 2008

10 feninga 2008

F VF XF UNC BU
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-
-
0.50
0.75

wwc: 115 / ID: 899
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