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How did the Croatian kuna? | History
How did the Croatian kuna? Permanent name for the Croatian Kuna currency has been chosen because of marten fur significant role in the monetary and fiscal history of Croatian
The name for the permanent Croatian Kuna currency has been chosen because of marten fur significant role in the monetary and fiscal history of the Croatian. Marten fur was used as a means of paying taxes or marturina kunovina called in medieval Slavonia, Littoral, Dalmatia; rate peaked character of the first of the 13th century almost to the end of the 14th century in Croatian coins called banal, Kuna was potential money Subdivisions Croatian.
History of the monetary unit called the Croatian kuna starts with Kolinsky as payment, then it becomes Kuna accounting unit and, finally, the money in the modern sense.
Croatian Parliament on 29 July 1993. majority vote decided that a new currency called the Croatian kuna, and is divided into one hundred cents; substitute for the Croatian dinar in relation 1: 1000th abbreviation for the dollar in the payment system in the country is the CN, a penny for the LP. During 1993. held a competition to design coins kuna and lipa. contest was announced 25. March 1993., and the deadline for submission of solutions was but on 5 April 1993. The tender was invited seven potential authors - Kosta Angeli-Radovan, Kazimir Hraste, Zelimir Janes, Kuzma Kovacic, Velibor Mačakutin, D. Mataušić and Stipe Sikirica - and the solution chosen by Kuzma Kovacic where coins are made and what we have in circulation today.
Kovničke matrix for the first edition 1993rd made in the German national mint in Stuttgart and then in the British Royal Mint.
During this time, kuna banknotes were printed in the German company Giesecke & Devrient, which is printed at the time the German mark. In the same printers were once printed banknotes and kuna ISC. first series kuna banknotes were issued in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 of HRK bears date October 31, 1993. In and contains the signature of then Governor of the Croatian National Bank Dr. Pero Jurkovic. Making coins Kuna and Lipa starts in Zagreb on 14 January 1994. opening of the Croatian Monetary Institute.