Montenegro Currency

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Montenegro Coins Maryse Farrugia 3 Liedna

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Montenegro does not have a currency of its own. In this presentation are some descriptions about the previous currency of this country. Montengro Currency

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In 1868, bronze coins were introduced in denominations of 1, 5 and 10 para. The obverses featured the portrait of Prince Mihailo Obrenović III. Silver coins were introduced in 1875, in denominations of 50 para, 1 and 2 dinara, followed by 5 dinara in 1879. The first gold coins were also issued in 1879, for 20 dinara, with 10 dinara introduced in 1882. The gold coins issued for the coronation of Milan I coronation in 1882 were popularly called milandor (French Milan d'Or (Milan of Gold)). In 1883, cupro-nickel 5, 10 and 20 para coins were introduced, followed by bronze 2 para in 1904. First Modern Diner

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In 1942, zinc coins were introduced in denominations of 50 para, 1 and 2 dinara, with 10 dinara coins following in 1943. Second Modern Diner

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Coins currently in circulation are 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 dinara coins. All coins feature identical inscriptions in both scripts the Serbian language uses, Cyrillic and Latin. Third Modern Diner

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1 Dinar 20 mm4,34 gCu 70%, Zn 18%, Ni 12%

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2 Diner 22 mm5,24 gCu 70%, Zn 18%, Ni 12%

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5 Diner 24 mm6,23 gCu 70%, Zn 18%, Ni 12%

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10 Diner 26 mm7,77 gCu 70%, Zn 18%, Ni 12%

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28 mm9,00 gCu 70%, Zn 18%, Ni 12% 20 Diner

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