1000 Serbian Dinara banknote (Hungarian Occupation)
The National Bank of Serbia issued Serbian Dinar banknotes in 6 different denominations,
including this 1000 Serbian Dinara banknote (Hungarian Occupation). They are part of the withdrawn Serbian Dinar banknotes World War II series. The National Bank of Serbia started issuing
these 1000 Serbian Dinar banknotes in 1941. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1941.
This large banknote of 1000 Serbian Dinara is dated 1931, but it was only issued in Serbia during the time of the Hungarion Occupation of Bačka in the Second World War. The portrait on the banknote is that of Queen Maria of Yugoslavia. A revalidation adhesive stamp with a double cross, The Patriarchal Cross, is affixed to the note.
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