Croatian kuna HRK

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We buy Croatian kuna HRK

Do you have old, discontinued Croatian kuna bills? You can quickly and easily exchange them for dollars. We can help you exchange the bills in the pictures:

Introduced in 1994, the Croatian kuna replaced the Croatian dinar as the currency of Croatia. ‘Kuna’ is the Croatian word for ‘marten’, hearkening back to the medieval practice of using marten pelts as a form of currency. There is no relation to the Slavic currency ‘Koruna’, though the words sound similar.

Croatian kuna currently in circulation

  • Initially released in 2001 with anti-counterfeiting features not present in the 1993-1995 series, the Zagreb-based Croatian National Bank issued these bills to replace older series.
  • These bills are the official currency of Croatia.
  • They can be exchanged at a bank or currency exchange office.
  • We can also quickly and easily exchange them for you.

Discontinued Croatian kuna

  • As the existing series of banknotes lacked the necessary anti-counterfeiting features, the Zagreb-based Croatian National Bank issued a new series of notes in 2001. Notes from the 1993 and 1995 series are no longer legal tender in Croatia. We can exchange all Croatian currency, including both current kuna bills and coins and those withdrawn from circulation.
  • You can’t exchange these bills at banks or at currency exchange offices, and you can’t pay with them in Croatia.
  • Contact us to exchange bills.

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We buy Croatian kuna coins (HRK)

Have Croatian kuna and want to exchange them? You can quickly and easily exchange them for dollars. We can help you exchange the coins in the pictures:

Croatian kuna currently in circulation

  • The Croatian Monetary Institute began producing coins, including the lipa and kuna, in 1994. One kuna is divided into 100 lipa, with coins minted in denominations from 1 lipa to 5 kuna, all of which are legal tender in Croatia. However, exchange offices and banks in other parts of the world will not accept these coins for exchange, accepting only current kuna banknotes.
  • We can exchange the coins in the pictures, regardless of when they were minted.
  • Contact us to exchange coins.

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