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Siberian Man

50 dinara 1955, aluminium-bronze, weight - 6 g., size - 25,5 mm, thickness - 1,8 mm, mintage - uncknown. Engraver: Frano Meneghello Dincic. Single release.


Good history for the yougoslaves coins and very nice photos
Best regards  Gerard


Many of the coins of Yugoslavia struck during the Tito era have a frozen date: they are all dated with the same year, but they were in fact produced in multiple years. In the communist system, mintage was considered a state secret.

An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

Siberian Man

Thank you very much Mr. Gerard!

Siberian Man

Kingdom of Yugoslavia (since the January 6 1929).
King Alexander I (1929-1934).
10 dinara 1931, silver .500, weight - 7 g., size - 24 mm, mintage - 19000000 pcs. Engraver: Percy Metcalfe. London Mint. Single release.


It's a very nice collection; i collect yugoslav coins too. Most of the SFR era might look simple and repetitive, but they have "something" that make them special to me. I love specially the ones of the old kingdom, that eagle is really majestic.