Buy and Sell Coins (48)
Yugoslavia 10, 20, and 50 Dinara 1931 to 1938
The distinctive double-headed imperial eagle appears on these silver coins from old Yugoslavia. Alexander I and Peter II are shown on the front of these coins, depending on date, but the reverse side has the eagle. These is a 10 dinara without the eagle, but this page applies only to coins with the eagle.
The silver content of these coins in not too significant but, if you have many of them, the silver value will add up quickly. A 10 dinara has 0.1125 troy ounces of silver, a 20 dinara has 0.225 ounces, and a 50 dinara has 0.362 ounces.
Coins which are worn or damaged in some way (e.g., scratches, spots, cleanings) will be worth only silver value. But coins in excellent condition command higher prices due to collector appeal. Here are some typical catalog values for all of these coins:
10, 20, and 50 DINARA
well preserved: $10
fully uncirculated: $25
The *good date* in these coins is the 1932 50 dinara with Alexander. This coin stands out in collector value well above the others shown above.
50 DINARA DATED 1932:
average circulated: $20
well preserved: $50
fully uncirculated: $180
Use our Important Terminology page to convert these catalog values to actual buy and sell values.