Cash news, April 2001
The Monetary Unit of Yugoslavia – Dinar (until the beginning of 2001, there were only bills marked in circulation "New dinars"). One dinar is 100 pairs. From December 15, 2000, a new series of banknotes – 20, 50, 100 dinars began to be introduced into appeal – 20, 50, 100 dinars. In 2001, it is planned to issue banknotes with a denomination of 200 and 500 dinars. Old bills – 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 "New dinars" will be in circulation until the end of 2001.
Banknotes 20 dinars has a size of 135 x 64 mm. Left on the front side is a portrait of Peter II Petrovich Nesha. On the back side – the sculptural image of Peter II Petrovich Nesha. Banknotes are protected by a watermark with a portrait of Peter II Petrovich Nesha and Silver, diving to the right of the center of protective thread. Color range of banknote consists of olive, green, black and yellow.
The front side of the banknote of 50 dinars of 139×66 mm sizes is decorated with a portrait of Stephen Stoyanovich Mokroniak. And on the back of Stephen Stanovich Mokronyak is depicted in full growth near the music account. Banknotes are protected by a watermark with a portrait of all the same mokroneak and silver diving protective thread passing to the right of the center. Basic Colors of Banknote – Purple, Lilac, Orange and Black.
Banknotes 100 dinars has a size of 143×68 mm. Left on the front side of Nikola Tesla. On the back of his own portrait, but already vertically located and with alternator. Banknotes are protected by a watermark in the form of portrait of Nikola Tesla and a protective thread passing on the right of the center. Blue, Turquoise, Yellow and Black Banknote Colors.