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Bosnian convertible mark

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  • Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republic
  • Bosnian convertible mark
  • Sarajevo
  • of 51 130 sq. km
  • Bosnian (state), Serbian, Croatian
  • BA (BIH) 070

Monetary unit of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the convertible mark - to equal 100 fenings. The international code of mark - BAM

A Nominal number of the native currency of Bosnia and Herzegovina is presented by notes of denomination of 10 20, 50, 100 and 200 marks. Notes of 50 fenings manufactured since 1998, 1 and 5 convertible marks, are introduced from the circulation in 2003, 2009 and 2010, accordingly. The denomination is entered into 200 marks in 2003. The name of convertible mark and a fening occur from DM and pfennig to which convertible mark has been adhered 1:1.

Bosnia and Herzegovina was one of 6 union republics of Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia into whom also entered Serbia , Montenegro, Macedonia, Slovenia , Croatia .

the Flag Bosnia and Herzegovina the Map Bosnia and Herzegovina
the Arms Bosnia and Herzegovina

In 1918 the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes which since 1929 has received officially the name Yugoslavia has been created. Since 1920 the dinar became national monetary unit. Austro-Hungarian crowns addressing on territory of the country, Bulgarian Are left, token moneys of Montenegro have been interchanged for notes The Serbian bank.

In the Second World War in territory of Yugoslavia reichsmarks, Italian liras, Bulgarian levas, Hungarian a penge, the Albanian francs, the Croatian kunas and the Serbian dinars addressed.

After clearing of Yugoslavia in 1945 currency reform in which result in the circulation new token moneys are manufactured has been carried out. To an exchange the Serbian dinars and the Croatian kunas on a parity 1 new dinar = 20 Serbian =40 were subject only to the Croatian kunas.

Since January, 1st, 1966 the standard of price on a parity 100: 1 is changed and token moneys of the sample of 1966 are released

Yugoslavia has broken up in 1991 In Bosnia the civil war has flashed. The convertible mark is entered according to the Dejtonovsky agreement from September, 28th, 1995 put an end to a civil war.

Face side of 20 convertible marks of Bosnia and Herzegovina
the Back of 20 convertible marks of Bosnia and Herzegovina

On face side of the note of 200 Bosnian convertible marks the portrait of Iwo Andricha (1892-1975) - the Yugoslavian writer and the diplomat, awarded the Nobel Prize in the field of the literature is represented.

Face side of 200 convertible marks of Bosnia and Herzegovina
the Back of 200 convertible marks of Bosnia and Herzegovina

It is updated 05.2012


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