Summary: Near the end of 1920 the National Bank of the Kingdom of SCS ordered the production of not only 10-, but also 100- and 1000-dinar banknotes which were produced by Banque de France. The 100-dinar banknote bears the date 30 November 1920. It was released into circulation as of 1 January 1925, and was withdrawn in Serbia from 1-10 July 1941. The other two types of banknotes bear the date 1 December 1929, and were released into circulation as of 21 January 1931 and 1 November 1937, respectively. There are two types of the 1000-dinar banknote dated 30 November 1920. The difference between them is in the subsequently added rosette on the type 2 banknote, due to the appearance of counterfeit banknotes. The banknote without the rosette was released into circulation as of 11 April 1923. The replacement of these banknotes by those with the rosette was carried out between 21 December 1931 and the end of February 1932. The withdrawal of the rosette banknote lasted from 4 May 1933 until 4 May 1936.