Serbia, coin catalog, price

Country: Serbia, Republic Of Serbia
Capital: Belgrade
Currency: Serbian Dinar
Numeric code: 941
Letter code: RSD
Almost to the end of the last century Serbia (one of the Balkan States) were part of the Yugoslav Federation. In the 90 years she formed a Union with Montenegro. Final separation of the country and transforming it into the Republic of Serbia (capital Belgrade) occurred in 2006. 88.4 thousand square kilometers of Central Europe belong to her. Serbian lands inhabited by 7.2 million people.
The Serbian Dinar and make a hundred pairs, fairly long roots. Its appearance dates back to 1878, when the country shook off the Ottoman dependence. The first coins of Serbia were 1, 5, 10 pair of bronze; 1, 2, 5 dinars in silver; 10 and 20 dinars of gold (1879-1882). Buy coins Serbia so long ago now. Gold and silver samples, of course, be costly. The cost of the Serbia coins of low denomination reasonably priced.
1945 replaced the Serbian Dinar, the Yugoslav replacing them, because in that year, Serbia became part of Federal Yugoslavia. And only in 2006 the catalogue of coins of Serbia returned to the old currency: the Serbian Dinar. 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 dinars coin are a number of today's Serbia. The pair are now exclusively formally.
The price of coins Serbia in recent years is quite accessible to everyone – in fact to the rarity status of them is still far.

Money system:

Republic of Serbia (2003 - 2018)

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

JC:
10 dinara

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1992 - 2003)

1 dinar = 100 para
RE:
1 para
5 para
10 para
50 para
1 dinar
1 novi dinar
2 dinara
5 dinara
10 dinara
50 dinara
100 dinara
500 dinara

CC:
20 novih dinara
300 novih dinara
6000 novih 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

German occupation (1941 - 1945)

1 dinar = 100 para
RE:
50 para
1 dinar
2 dinara
10 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

Kingdom of Serbia (1882 - 1917)

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

JC:
5 dinara

Principality of Serbia (1868 - 1881)

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



1 dinar 2013

1 dinar 2013

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 2066
2 dinara 2013

2 dinara 2013

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 2003
5 dinara 2013

5 dinara 2013

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 1946
10 dinara 2012

10 dinara 2012

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 1912
1 dinar 2006

1 dinar 2006

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 1537
1 dinar 2004

1 dinar 2004

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 1536
20 dinara 2012

20 dinara 2012

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 1302
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