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The word "kuna" means "marten" in Croatian since it is based on the use of marten pelts as units of value in medieval trading.
Engraver: Kuzma Kovačić (KK)
Depicts a tuna turned right. Above the tuna around the upper edge is written Latin name of tuna (THUNNUS THYNNUS). Around the lower edge, in the central part, is written the year of minting. Engraver's initials KK under the fish.
T U NJ
In the upper half-circle is placed marten running to the right. On the outstretched marten's body is written the upright value of the coin (2). Under the value is written KUNE. Along the edge of upper half-circle is written The Republic of Croatia in Croatian. Along the lower edge, in the central part, is placed the coat of arms of The Republic of Croatia. On the right side of the coat of arms is laid stylized laurel twig in bloom and on the left side of the coat of arms is laid the sprig of oak tree with fruit.