Istrian dinar

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Istrian Dinar
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Banknote of the Dinar of Istria
PluralDinars (Dinari, both Romanian and Italian)
Banknotes5,10,20,50,100,200,500,1000 dinars
Coins5,10,20,50 cents 1,2 dinars
User(s) Istria, Vanya
Central bankNational Bank of Istria
PrinterNational Imprimery (Hamburg, Banknotes)
MintRoyal State Mint Hamburg (coins) Chevo State Mint(coins)
Pegged withNone

The Dinar was the second currency of the Istria. The Dinar was adopted in 2016 as a secondary currency of the country. At that time, the main currency was the Romanian RON. After a few months, the RON came out of circulation and the only official currency became the Istrian dinar.

The Istrian dinar was also used outside the Istria. It was used in the Bucharest Union as a reference currency and in Vanya after their currency was withdrawn from circulation due to strong inflation. The currency has not been into use since the dissolution of Istria in April 2022.

Annual numismatic program

The Istrian annual numismatic program was a very important part of numismatic history. This was done so the historical events wer3 commemorated in a way. Philatelic emissions also happened when alliances with different countries are done. The numismatic program also presented the important details of different Istrian banknotes variants released in that year. The commemorative banknotes and coins were the most important part of the plan, the Prime Minister, doing its self, in collaboration with the Governor of the National Bank the models and the overall plan.

Comemorative Banknotes and coins

Istrian State Mint

Numismatic Program: Her Majesty the Queen

2021: 100 Dinars commemorative bill

Issued on 26 December 2021 to comemorate the 86th celebration of the Kingdom of Istria. The banknote was strictly issued for collection and had a significant representation of the merge of the Kingdom and Republic as the Dinar was a republican issue, and HM, the King Comp I Order and the Madre Regaliam, were representations of the kingdom.

Presents:Numismatic Program 2021

February 2021

UNC Hamburg coin set Circulation: 8,000

Issue price: 15 Dinars

UNC Chievo coin set

Circulation: 8,000

Issue price: 15 Dinars

20 Istrian Dinars, 2020 emission, SPECIMEN, First release

March 2021

Commemorative coin not intended for circulation

Denomination: 2.50 dinars Metal: Fine copper Weight: 1 oz

Commemorative topic: "History of the Istrian Crown: 10 Øre Coin"

Circulation: 5,000 (2500 Hamburg + 2500 Chievo)

Quality: Uncirculated Issue price: 18 Dinars

April 2021

Commemorative coins not intended for circulation Denomination: 5 Dinars Commemorative topics Regions of the Republic of Istria:

1. Hamburg Capital Region 2. Milata Metropolitan Region 3. Softa Metropolitan Region 4. Văcărești Metropolitan Region 5. Autonomous Region Pia 6. Nifer Autonomous Region 7. Sadmir Autonomous Region 8. Islaz Autonomous Region 9. Gostilele Autonomous Region 10. Prundu Autonomous Region

Metal: Cupronickel Circulation: 18,000 for each coin (3000 in coin card and 15,000 in capsules)

Quality: Uncirculated

Issue price:5 Dinars (for capsule coins) 12 Dinars (for coins in coincidence)

May 2021

Commemorative coin intended for circulation Denomination: 2 Dinars

The subject of commemoration: "5th anniversary of the Istrian dinar 2016-2021"

Composition: Bimetallic

Circulation: 700,000 for circulation,7000 in coincard

Issue price: 18 Dinars (coincard)

June 2021

UNC Hamburg and Chievo special coin set "5th anniversary of the Istrian dinar" Circulation: 5000 (2500 Hamburg and 2500 Chievo)

Issue price: 28 Dinars

July 2021

PROOF coin set Hamburg and Chievo Circulation: 1500 (750 Hamburg and 750 Chievo)

Issue price: 44 Dinars

August 2021

PROOF Hamburg and Chievo coin set containing 2 Dinars coin "5th anniversary of the Istrian dinar" Circulation: 1000 (500 Hamburg and 500 Chievo)

Issue price: 57 dinars

September 2021

"Sumiriale" Investment currencies Denomination: 10 dinars and 20 dinars

Metal: Pure silver

Weight: 1 oz and 2 oz

Circulation: 3000 for each coin (1500 Hamburg and 1500 Chievo)

Price: 240 Dinars (1 oz)

480 Dinars (2 oz)

October 2021

"Sumiriale" investment currency Nominal values: 50 Dinars and 100 Dinars

Metal: Pure gold

Weight: ½ oz and 1 oz

Circulation: 700 per coin (350 Hamburg and Chievo)

Issue Price: 3375 Dinars (1 oz)

1640 Dinars (½ oz)

November 2021

Ultra UNC coin set containing all the circulation coins + the 10 5 dinar coins from the "Regions of the Istrian Regions" series + the 2 Dinar coin "The 5th anniversary of the Istrian dinar" Circulation: 1000 (500 Chievo and 500 Hamburg) Issue price: 103 Dinars

December 2021

Ultra PROOF coin set containing all the circulation coins + the 10 5 dinar coins from the "Regions of the Istrian Regions" series + the 2 Dinar coin "The 5th anniversary of the Istrian dinar" Circulation: 500 (250 Hamburg and 250 Chievo)

Issue price: 148 Dinars

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Kingdom of Istria (2022)