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Started by Siberian Man, November 12, 2017, 07:49:45 AM

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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.

gerard974

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

Figleaf

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.

Peter
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.

Tirant

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.