The Yugoslavia Dinara was initiated as a currency name in 1918 and lasted until the year 2003. It served different forms of Yugoslavia including the Kingdom of as well as Socialist and Federal Republics of. The Dinara coins of this country had different metal compositions including copro-nickel, aluminum-bronze, nickel-brass and some were even silver (certain denominations pre-World War II).
Take a look at a 1987 Yugoslav 100 Dinara coin that we have currently. This one is made out of a combination of copper, nickel as well as zinc. On is front side is a state symbol and the back has the coins value in Dinara currency. There were 94.06 million of these struck in 1987. This particular one would be considered almost uncirculated grade.