200 Konvertible Marks banknote Bosnian-Croatian (2002 version)

The Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina issued Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark banknotes in 5 different denominations, including this 200 Konvertible Marks banknote Bosnian-Croatian (2002 version). They are part of the current Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark banknotes series. The Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina started issuing these 200 Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark banknotes in 2002. They are currently still in circulation.

The rarely used 200 convertible mark banknote is unique in that it is the only current Bosnia-Herzegovina banknote where there is only one version (the other notes have a Republica Srpska issue). Ivo Andric, the Yugoslav Nobel Prize winning novelist and poet, is depicted on the obverse (front) of the note, and on the reverse is the Mehmed Paša Sokolović Bridge over the River Drina. In addtion to being the title of one of Andric’s novels, the ‘Bridge on the Drina’ is also intended to indicate the note’s strong links with the Euro, as bridges feature on all Euro banknotes. Bosnia-Herzegovina is a candidate member to join the European Union.

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