SlavicScott Posted May 20, 2006 Report Share Posted May 20, 2006 Look at the serial numbers on these 2 notes. (one has "No.", while the other has "Nr.") Would you consider them varieties, or am I being too picky by differentiating such a minor variance. (they were scanned at different times, and I must've used different scanner settings, as they are almost identical color in hand) I have also found the same difference in the 500 dinara note, and will soon have both varieties of them. I am now going back and re-checking some of my sources to find out if other denominations have the differences, too. Both of these are classified by Pick as Bosnia & Herzegovina P-8h (Zenica overprint with signature & date). The different serial numbers are not listed in the 2000 edition of Pick, which I checked at the local hobby shop. I have a 2002 edition Pick on order, should arrive sometime this week, I may know more then, but I am skeptical. I am hoping to get a copy of Borna Barac's volume (the definitive reference work on Yugoslavian banknotes, written by a Croat specialist) for my birthday in 2 weeks, which might shed some more light on this. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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