In 1987 the 20000 Dinara was the second largest denomination printed in Yugoslavia for currency. This was a couple of years before inflation went rampant there.
Below we have a twenty thousand Yugoslav bank note that would grade very fine. It has on its obverse a print of a miner as well as the date that this country declared independence from German occupation during World War II. This paper currency bill is brown, grey white in color with hints of orange and its serial number is BF1727294. The 20000 Dinara denomination is printed in big numbers in the middle of the front. This bank note’s back side is adorned with mining equipment as well as the denomination (in big numerals to the bottom right hand side).
Dinar Mata Uang Dari Yugoslavia 20000 Dua Puluh Ribu Dinara Uang Kertas Tahun 1987 kode nomer seri (BF1727294) “SFR” JUGOSLAVIJA. DVAJSET TISOC DINARJEV ABAECET NAJAAN ANHAPN.