100 Serbian Dinara banknote (1941 German Occupation)
The National Bank of Serbia issued Serbian Dinar banknotes in 6 different denominations,
including this 100 Serbian Dinara banknote (1941 German Occupation). They are part of the withdrawn Serbian Dinar banknotes World War II series. The National Bank of Serbia started issuing
these 100 Serbian Dinar banknotes in 1941. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1942.
This banknote of 100 Serbian Dinara was in use during the German occupation of Serbia in 1941. On the obverse side is a seated woman with sword. On the reverse side of this ‘Cto Dnhapa’ note is a man with fruit, leaning on a shield with the Serbian arms, with sailboats in the background.
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