This post is about a 2002 Yugoslavia 2 Dinara coin which can be looked at in the photos underneath. It is made from a combo of nickel, copper and zinc. On the front side is the Federation of Yugoslavia’s (a union of Serbia and Montenegro which ended in 2006) coat of arms. It is a double headed eagle with a shield in its middle section. On the shield are two lions plus fireshsteels with crosses. The back of the coin has a image of a church. This coin’s weight is 5.2 grams and in the year of 2002 there were 71.053 million of these stuck. This 2002 Yugoslavia 2 Dinara coin is in extra fine or better condition.
The Yugoslavian Dinara history goes back to the year 1920 and since then it saw 5 revaluations then a change to the Novi Dinara which was around from 1994 until 2003. This currency no longer exists and the last form of the Yugoslavia has disbanded.