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Croatia said goodbye to the kuna at the turn of the year 2022 to 2023 and introduced the euro currency on January 1st, 2023. With the departure of the kuna, part of Croatia's monetary history is now a thing of the past. First circulated in their current form in 1994, many will be sad to see them disappear, including Australian-based numismatist Dusty Dragičević.
“A national currency is a powerful and symbolic projection of national identity, and that now belongs to history. I hope that Croatian leaders have thought carefully about this move to adopt the euro to ensure that this is the right decision for Croatia. I really like the look of the Kuna banknotes and I personally find the design of the Euros quite boring. Actually very boring,” he told us.
Dragičević has published a book on the history of Croatian banknotes in time for the euro changeover, which offers a fascinating and deep insight into Croatia's numismatic history, while at the same time not leaving the insight into Croatia's rich ancient history uncommented.
'Croatian Banknotes: A Standard Reference' is illustrated, as a soft cover edition, on over 175 full color pages, A4 size and covers all Croatian banknote issues from World War II to today, including all fantasy issues and proofs.
Our publishing department RBnumisbooks will now publish the German version of this unique work.
The price is € 39.90 plus shipping and can be pre-ordered directly from us.