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Obverse of 1897 Serbian 1 Dinar
Obverse of 1897 Serbian 1 Dinar


Reverse of 1897 Serbian 1 Dinar
Reverse of 1897 Serbian 1 Dinar

Obverse of 1915 Serbian 50 Para
Obverse of 1915 Serbian 50 Para

Reverse of 1915 Serbian 50 Para
Reverse of 1915 Serbian 50 Para

Serbian Coins

Brief Serbian History
The first Serb tribes moved to the Balkans in the sixth and seventh centuries, and became Christianised under the Byzantines. Serbia emerged as an independent kingdom from the twelve century, increasing in importance until the Battle of Kosovo in 1389, at which it came under Turkish Ottoman control, and remained so until 1887, when it was re-established as an independent kingdom at the Treaty of Berlin. A Serbian nationalist trigerred world war 1 by assassinating the Austrian Emperor Ferdinand. After the war, Serbia joined with the Croats and Slovenes to form the Kingdom of the South Slavs under King Peter I of Serbia. This new state soon renamed itself Yugoslavia. Marshall Josip Broz Tito controlled Yugoslavia from 1945 to his death in 1980, surviving its break with Stalin's Russia in 1948. Although it was expected that Yugoslavia would disintegrate after his death, it did not do so until about 1991 after the break up of the communist block.

Technical Specifications
50 Para172.50.8350.0671
1 Dinar2350.8350.1342

ASW = actual fine silver content in troy ounces.

Prices & Availability
All prices on our websites are subject to fluctuation and availability. Please check before ordering.
DateDenominationDescriptionGradeMintageAvailabilityPrice £Price $
18971 Dinar  4,001,000Yes£5$8
191550 Para  12,138,000Yes£9$13

Postage & Packing:
UK: At buyer's Risk £3.50 or
Fully Insured £9 (Usually by Royal Mail Special Delivery)
USA: Airmail at buyer's risk $10 or
Fully Insured $20
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