• 100 Dinara 1988-1989, KM# 134, Yugoslavia
  • 100 Dinara 1988-1989, KM# 134, Yugoslavia
Obverse

Name of the country, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, around coat of arms (1963 - 1992 version; 6 torches) within square.

The emblem of Yugoslavia featured six torches, surrounded by wheat with a red star at its top, and burning together in one flame; this represented the brotherhood and unity of the six federal republics forming Yugoslavia: Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Montenegro, and Macedonia. The date imprinted is 29 November 1943 - on this date the Anti-Fascist Council of National Liberation of Yugoslavia (AVNOJ) met in Jajce on its second meeting and formed the basis for post-war organisation of the country, establishing a federal republic (this date was celebrated as Republic Day after World War II).

СФР JУГОСЛАВИJА
SFR JUGOSLAVIJA
29•XI•1943
1989

Reverse

Denomination within square, text on four sides.

100
ДИНАРА DINARA DINARJEV ДИНАРИ

Edge

100 Dinara

Socialist Federal Republic
KM# 134 Schön# 129
Characteristics
Material Brass
Weight 5.5 g
Diameter 24.1 mm
Thickness 1.7 mm
Shape round
Alignment Medal
Mint
Institute for Manufacturing Banknotes and Coins (ZIN)

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