Convert your leftover obsolete Croatian Dinar banknotes to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service.
The Croatian Dinar was in use between 1991 and 1994. All the banknotes of this short-lived transitional currency have the portrait of Ruđer Bošković, Croatian scientist, astronomer and priest, on their obverse side.
The reverse side of the banknotes of 1 HRD to 500 HRD has an image of the Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary in Zagreb. The higher denomination banknotes of 1000, 2000, 5000, 10000, 50000 and 100000 HRD feature the History of Croats sculpture, also known as Povijest Hrvata.
There is very little value in the obsolete Croatian Dinar banknotes. They were replaced by the Croatian Kuna in 1994 at a rate of 1000 dinars for 1 kuna. Shortly after the changeover, the exchange deadline expired and the Croatian Dinar banknotes have since been demonetized. Rad more in our blog article about the value of 100,000 Croatian Dinar banknotes.
Their only value, very little, is their collectible value. Given that these banknotes were printed in very high numbers, the collectible value is very small. Nevertheless we allow anyone with leftover Croatian Dinar banknotes a chance to exchange them for cash.
Do you have obsolete Croatian Dinar banknotes like the ones in the pictures below? Add the amount you want to exchange to your Wallet. You'll see exactly how much money you'll get for your Croatian Dinars. Click on the Wallet symbol to complete checkout and get paid within 5 days of receiving your currencies.