emg home
City deserted because of sludge from Mount Merapi volcano Strong earthquake hits eastern Japan Russian donation for reconstruction of Serbian monuments in Kosovo-Metohija Serbian Assembly adopts 2010 Budget review Real Sector Development: Foundation for recovery and growth of national economy EU recovery taking hold, but progress uneven Dinkic: Government supports investments in Raska Region Cooperation with EULEX to increase security in northern Kosovo-Metohija Sanader might be accused Snowmaking equipment installed on Zlatibor Plan on cooperation between Serbia and Hungary signed Council of Europe rapporteurs meet with Serbian MPs U.S. Ambassador announces better standard with integration Brazilian MoD visits Belgrade Wikileaks provide inside information for Turkish-U.S. relations FYRMacedonia gets new political party World leaders, officials watch WikiLeaks with curiosity, concern Arbitration Arrangement: Slovenia and Croatia exchange diplomatic notes US Embassy to Bucharest:: Field reporting doesn't shape final policy decisions Greece: Media strike on Tuesday ANA-MPA joins anti-smoking campaign, launches new web page Greece: Civil mobilisation ordered EC says recession in Croatia halted American government refers to Croatia in 1,686 leaked documents November temperature hits record level in Bulgaria One ship sinks in collision off Bulgarian coast, no oil spills Sarajevo: Conference on justice and security cooperation in South East Europe Thousands of leaked cables from ex-Yugoslavia Rama: It Is time for a new model of Government WikiLeaks publishes 822 secret documents on Albania WikiLeaks publishes 668 secret documents on Kosovo RSD 20,000 to 120,000 for repairing houses in Kraljevo Students in front of Serbian government with blankets, tents Inzko: BiH will get candidate status in four-five years WikiLeaks allegations cannot hurt Serbia 40 tons of marijuana, weapons and ammunition seized Snow causes chaos at Munich airport Skundric to attend Sofia Energy Conference Regional forum for boosting research in ICT sector Dinkic to open Tulip Inn Putnik Hotel Foreign ambassadors in Novi Pazar and Sjenica Albanian Flag Day marked in Kosovo Taci: Dialogue with Belgrade in February, but not on Kosovo

NBS releases the 2010 Issue of 5000-Dinar banknotes

29. November 2010. | 06:23

Source: Emg.rs

On 26 November 2010 the National Bank of Serbia has released a 5000-dinar banknote that will run in parallel circulation with the same denomination banknote issued in 2003.

On 26 November 2010 the National Bank of Serbia has released a 5000-dinar banknote that will run in parallel circulation with the same denomination banknote issued in 2003.

By contrast to other denominations from the banknote series issued by the National Bank of Serbia, there were no additional issues of the 5000-dinar banknote over the past seven years as it holds a relatively small share in total banknotes in circulation (around 10% in the nominal amount and around 1% in terms of quantity). Banknotes have their life span, and the supply of 5000-dinar notes issued in 2003 is running low.

More than 80% of these notes were withdrawn as unfit for circulation, and a bulk of those withdrawn were later on destroyed. Additional issue is necessary to ensure smooth cash payment operations and to replace the 5000-dinar banknotes that are unfit for circulation.

The new 5000-dinar banknote basically preserves the artwork featured by the one issued in 2003 – the predominant motif on the front is the portrait of Slobodan Jovanović, while the back of the banknote shows his figure.

The features of the new banknote, however, are slightly changed from the 2003 issue, more specifically:

on the front of the banknote

1. the position and the form of the kip effect and OVI elements are changed;

on the back of the banknote

1. the year of issue (2010) and governor’s signature are changed;
2. the logo of the National Bank of Serbia is replaced with the Great Coat-of-Arms of the Republic of Serbia;
3. the year of issue and governor’s signature are no longer below the logo of the National Bank of Serbia, but in the right part of the white area;
4. lettering (handwriting of S. Jovanović) in intaglio print is added in the central part of the banknote;
5. the serial number is placed between the Great Coat-of-Arms of the Republic of Serbia and the value numeral, instead to the right of the value numeral;
6. Cyrillic lettering “Narodna banka Srbije – Zavod za izradu novčanica i kovanog novca Topčider“ (National Bank of Serbia – Institute for Manufacturing Banknotes and Coins Topčider) is now placed above the upper edge of the fully printed area instead of directly above its lower edge.


My Web

Enter text:


29. November - 05. December 2010.