100000 Dinara banknote Republic of Croatia
The Croatian National Bank issued Croatian Dinar banknotes in 13 different denominations, including this 100000 Dinara banknote Republic of Croatia. They are part of the obsolete Croatian Dinar banknotes series. The Croatian National Bank started issuing these 100000 Croatian Dinar banknotes in 1993. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1994.
Croatian Dinara (HRD) banknotes were issued after Croatia’s independence from Yugoslavia in 1991. The Croatian dinar was temporary money issued by the Ministry of Finance, not the Central Bank. The dinar suffered from high inflation. Higher denomination banknotes were introduced in 1992 and again in 1993 to compensate the loss of purchasing power. This banknote of 100,000 dinara was introduced along with the 50,000 dinara note in May 1993. The Sto Tisuca Hrvatskih Dinara bill has the portrait of astronomer Roger Joseph Boscovich on the front side. The back side features the statue “History of Croats” located in the University of Zagreb. Text on the note reads “Sto Tisuca Hrvatskih Dinara”.
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1 HRD = £0.0000015000
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