Scientific review article
Autor: Svetlana Pantelić
JEL: E51, N14
doi: 10.5937/bankarstvo1803088P

Summary: The 25-paras banknote from 1921 is the smallest paper banknote in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, the post-war Yugoslavia, and the Republic of Serbia. Its dimensions are 92x62mm. In the printing houses in Novi Sad and Zagreb, a total of 199,127,376 pieces of these banknotes were printed, out of the planned 200 million, and were released on 14 June 1921. King Aleksandar I proclaimed the Law on the Printing of a ¼-Dinar Banknote and Replacement of the 1-, 2- and 10-Crown Banknotes of the Austro-Hungarian Bank on 31 November 1921, which, besides his own signature, bears the signatures of Dr L. Marković, Minister of Justice and Nikola Pašić, President of the Ministerial Council.

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