Invalid banknotes

Published: 1/2/2015
The Croatian National Bank exchanges invalid kuna banknotes

The Croatian National Bank will exchange invalid kuna banknotes free of charge and without time limitation.

Invalid banknotes may be posted for exchange to the following address:

Hrvatska narodna banka
Currency Department
Trg hrvatskih velikana 3
10002 Zagreb

In accordance with the decisions of the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Republic of Croatia and in order to protect the health of visitors and CNB employees as well as to prevent the spread of infection, the CNB's cash desk will be closed until further notice.

Please be informed that your orders will be processed in the shortest possible period, with due regard given to measures to minimise the risk of infection with the COVID-19 virus and its spreading.

Invalid banknotes

article
article

5 kuna

Currency,

5 kuna banknotes with the date of issue 31 October 1993 ceased to be legal tender on 1 April 2007.

article
article

10 kuna

Currency, Banknotes,
10 kuna banknotes with the date of issue 31 October 1993 ceased to be legal tender on 01 April 2001. 10 kuna banknotes with the date of issue 15 January 1995 ceased to be legal tender on 01 April...
article
article

20 kuna

Currency,

20 kuna banknotes with the date of issue 31 October 1993 ceased to be legal tender on 1 April 2007. 

article
article

50 kuna

Currency,

50 kuna banknotes with the date of issue 31 October 1993 ceased to be legal tender on 01 January 2010.

article
article

100 kuna

Currency,

100 kuna banknotes with the date of issue 31 October 1993 ceased to be legal tender on 01 January 2010.

article
article

200 kuna

Currency,

200 kuna banknotes with the date of issue 31 October 1993 ceased to be legal tender on 01 January 2010.