Coins in circulation

1 dinar

1 Dinar
1 Dinar

Obverse: Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, relief of the building of the National Bank of Serbia, year of minting

Reverse: National symbols (Republic of Serbia coat-of-arms, and the text Republic of Serbia written in Latin and Cyrillic letters) and issuer’s symbols (the text NBS written in Latin and Cyrillic letters)

Alloy: Multilayer material – low carbon steel core electrochemically coated with a layer of copper on both sides/electroplated with a layer of copper and then with a layer of brass

Diameter:20 mm

Weight: 4,20 g

In circulation from: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2019 and 2020

Issued in:
Minted in
Issue of March 20, 2009 – with great coat-of-arms of the Republic of Serbia
Issue of May 20, 2011 – with modified great coat-of-arms of the Republic of Serbia
Issue of July 5, 2013 – with a modified, double electroplating
1 Dinar
1 Dinar

Obverse: Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, relief of the building of the National Bank of Serbia, year of minting

Reverse: National symbols (Republic of Serbia coat-of-arms, and the text Republic of Serbia written in Latin and Cyrillic letters) and issuer’s symbols (the text NBS written in Latin and Cyrillic letters)

Alloy: 75% Cu, 0,5% Ni, 24,5% Zn

Diameter:20 mm

Weight: 4,26 g

In circulation from: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009

Issued in:
Minted in
July 2, 2005
1 Dinar
1 Dinar

Obverse:Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, relief of the building of the National Bank of Serbia, year of minting

Reverse:Issuer’s symbols (the text NBS written in Latin and Cyrillic letters) and logo of the National Bank of Serbia

Alloy: 70% Cu, 12% Ni, 18% Zn

Diameter:20 mm

Weight: 4,34 g

In circulation from: 2003 and 2004

Issued in:
Minted in
July 2, 2003

2 dinar

2 Dinar
2 Dinar

Obverse: Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, edifice of the Monastery of Gračanica

Reverse: National symbols (Republic of Serbia coat-of-arms, and the text Republic of Serbia written in Latin and Cyrillic letters) and issuer’s symbols (the text NBS written in Latin and Cyrillic letters)

Alloy: Multilayer material – low carbon steel core electrochemically coated with a layer of copper on both sides/electroplated with a layer of copper and then with a layer of brass

Diameter: 22 mm

Weight: 5,05 g

In circulation from: 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2019 and 2020

Issued in:
Minted in
Issue of March 20, 2009 – with great coat-of-arms of the Republic of Serbia
Issue of May 20, 2011 – with modified great coat-of-arms of the Republic of Serbia
Issue of July 5, 2013 – with modified, double electroplating
1 Dinar
1 Dinar

Obverse:Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, edifice of the Monastery of Gračanica, year of minting

Reverse: National symbols (Republic of Serbia coat-of-arms, and the text Republic of Serbia written in Latin and Cyrillic letters) and issuer’s symbols (the text NBS written in Latin and Cyrillic letters)

Alloy: 75% Cu, 0,5% Ni, 24,5% Zn

Diameter:22 mm

Weight: 5,15 g

In circulation from: 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010

Issued in:
Minted in
December 27, 2006
1 Dinar
1 Dinar

Obverse:Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, edifice of the Monastery of Gračanica, year of minting

Reverse:Issuer’s symbols (the text NBS written in Latin and Cyrillic letters) and logo of the National Bank of Serbia

Alloy: 70% Cu, 12% Ni, 18% Zn

Diameter:22 mm

Weight: 5,24 g

In circulation from: 2003

Issued in:
Minted in
July 2, 2003

5 dinar

5 Dinar
5 Dinar

Obverse:Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, edifice of the Krusedol Monastery, year of minting

Reverse: National symbols (Republic of Serbia coat-of-arms, and the text Republic of Serbia written in Latin and Cyrillic letters) and issuer’s symbols (the text NBS written in Latin and Cyrillic letters)

Alloy: Multilayer material – low carbon steel core electrochemically coated with a layer of copper on both sides/electroplated with a layer of copper and then with a layer of brass

Diameter:24 mm

Weight: 5,78 g

In circulation from: 2013, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2019 and 2020

Issued in:
Minted in
July 5, 2013
1Dinar
 Dinar

Obverse:Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, edifice of the Krusedol Monastery, year of minting

Reverse: National symbols (Republic of Serbia coat-of-arms, and the text Republic of Serbia written in Latin and Cyrillic letters) and issuer’s symbols (the text NBS written in Latin and Cyrillic letters)

Alloy: 75% Cu, 0,5% Ni, 24,5% Zn

Diameter:24 mm

Weight: 6,13 g

In circulation from: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012

Issued in:
Minted in
Issue of July 2, 2005 – with great coat-of-arms of the Republic of Serbia
Issue of May 20, 2011 – with modified great coat-of-arms of the Republic of Serbia
 Dinar
 Dinar

Obverse:Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, edifice of the Krusedol Monastery, year of minting

Reverse:Issuer’s symbols (the text NBS written in Latin and Cyrillic letters) and logo of the National Bank of Serbia

Alloy: 70% Cu, 12% Ni, 18% Zn

Diameter:24 mm

Weight: 6,23 g

In circulation from: 2003

Issued in:
Minted in
July 2, 2003

10 dinar

10 Dinar
10 Dinar

Obverse: Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, motifs of the 25th Summer Universiade in Belgrade, year of minting

Reverse: National symbols (Republic of Serbia coat-of-arms, and the text Republic of Serbia written in Latin and Cyrillic letters) and issuer’s symbols (the text NBS written in Latin and Cyrillic letters)

Alloy: 70% Cu, 12% Ni, 18% Zn

Diameter:26 mm

Weight: 7,77 g

In circulation from: 2009

Issued in:
Minted in
June 26, 2009
1 Dinar
1 Dinar

Obverse:Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, edifice of the Studenica Monastery, year of minting

Reverse:National symbols (Republic of Serbia coat-of-arms, and the text Republic of Serbia written in Latin and Cyrillic letters) and issuer’s symbols (the text NBS written in Latin and Cyrillic letters)

Alloy: 70% Cu, 12% Ni, 18% Zn

Diameter:26 mm

Weight: 7,77 g

In circulation from: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011 and 2012

Issued in:
Minted in
July 2, 2005
1 Dinar
1 Dinar

Obverse:Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, edifice of the Studenica Monastery, year of minting

Reverse:Issuer’s symbols (the text NBS written in Latin and Cyrillic letters) and logo of the National Bank of Serbia

Alloy: 70% Cu, 12% Ni, 18% Zn

Diameter:26 mm

Weight: 7,77 g

In circulation from: 2003

Issued in:
Minted in
July 2, 2003

20 dinar

20 Dinar
20 Dinar

Obverse: Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, portrait of Mihajlo Pupin, year of minting

Reverse: National symbols (Republic of Serbia coat-of-arms, and the text Republic of Serbia written in Latin and Cyrillic letters) and issuer’s symbols (the text NBS written in Latin and Cyrillic letters)

Alloy: 70% Cu, 12% Ni, 18% Zn

Diameter:28 mm

Weight: 9,00 g

In circulation from: 2012

Issued in:
Minted in
June 8, 2012
 Dinar
Dinar

Obverse: Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, portrait of Ivo Andric, year of minting

Reverse: National symbols (Republic of Serbia coat-of-arms, and the text Republic of Serbia written in Latin and Cyrillic letters) and issuer’s symbols (the text NBS written in Latin and Cyrillic letters)

Alloy: 70% Cu, 12% Ni, 18% Zn

Diameter:28 mm

Weight: 9,00 g

In circulation from: 2011

Issued in:
Minted in
May 20, 2011
 Dinar
Dinar

Obverse: Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, portrait of Georg Weifert, year of minting

Reverse: National symbols (Republic of Serbia coat-of-arms, and the text Republic of Serbia written in Latin and Cyrillic letters) and issuer’s symbols (the text NBS written in Latin and Cyrillic letters)

Alloy: 70% Cu, 12% Ni, 18% Zn

Diameter:28 mm

Weight: 9,00 g

In circulation from: 2010

Issued in:
Minted in
2010.
June 16, 2010
 Dinar
Dinar

Obverse: Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, portrait of Milutin Milankovic, year of minting

Reverse: Great Coat-of-Arms of the Republic of Serbia.

Alloy: 70% Cu, 12% Ni, 18% Zn

Diameter:28 mm

Weight: 9,00 g

In circulation from: 2009

Issued in:
Minted in
June 26, 2009
1 Dinar
1 Dinar

Obverse: Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, portrait of Dositej Obradovic, year of minting

Reverse: National symbols (Republic of Serbia coat-of-arms, and the text Republic of Serbia written in Latin and Cyrillic letters) and issuer’s symbols (the text NBS written in Latin and Cyrillic letters)

Alloy: 70% Cu, 12% Ni, 18% Zn

Diameter:28 mm

Weight: 9,00 g

In circulation from: 2007

Issued in:
Minted in
December 10, 2007
1 Dinar
1 Dinar

Obverse: Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, portrait of Nikola Tesla, year of minting

Reverse: National symbols (Republic of Serbia coat-of-arms, and the text Republic of Serbia written in Latin and Cyrillic letters) and issuer’s symbols (the text NBS written in Latin and Cyrillic letters)

Alloy: 70% Cu, 12% Ni, 18% Zn

Diameter:28 mm

Weight: 9,00 g

In circulation from: 2006

Issued in:
Minted in
July 30, 2006
 Dinar
Dinar

Obverse: Nominal value of the coin in large figure and in letters, St. Sava Church in Vracar, year of minting

Reverse: Issuer’s symbols (the text NBS written in Latin and Cyrillic letters) and logo of the National Bank of Serbia

Alloy: 70% Cu, 12% Ni, 18% Zn

Diameter:28 mm

Weight: 9,00 g

In circulation from: 2003

Issued in:
Minted in
July 2, 2003