Currency

Banknotes
The kuna, the monetary unit of the Republic of Croatia, was introduced on 30 May 1994.
Coins
The denomination numeral on the obverse of the 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 lipa coins is displayed against a background in the form of a blooming linden branch and on 1, 2, and 5 kuna coins this background ...
Regulations
This section contains all relevant regulations concerning banknotes, coins, numismatics, cash processing and the protection against counterfeiting.
Currency reserves
The Croatian National Bank has the exclusive right to issue kuna banknotes and kuna and lipa coins. The Croatian National Bank ensures the printing of banknotes, minting of coins, adequate reserves and...
Protection against counterfeiting
he Croatian National Bank pays full consideration to the protection against currency counterfeiting and uses a number of processes to prevent counterfeiting.
National Training Programme
The most important link in the chain of combating counterfeiting is undoubtedly the group of people who professionally handle cash on a daily basis.
Exchange and redemption
The Croatian National Bank exchanges invalid kuna banknotes without time limitation and stained, damaged and mutilated kuna banknotes and kuna and lipa coins if they meet the conditions for the exchang...
Numismatic issues
The Croatian dinar and Croatian kuna banknote sets are made up of banknotes that have never been in circulation and are in perfect condition. All the banknotes in a set have the same serial letters and...