Reproduction of Croatian currency

Reproduction of Croatian currency

The reproduction of Croatian currency is regulated by the Croatian National Bank.

Rules

The Bank issued an act regarding this matter on February 28, 2002. The decisions most relevant to the reproduction of Croatian currency are listed in Article 10:

# The Croatian National Bank has a copyright on banknotes it publishes.
# The Croatian National Bank allows reproduction of banknotes it has published in the following cases:

::a) for photographs, drawings, pictures, films, and in general, any work where the banknote isn't central or the only object of that work, and which doesn't include any magnified version of the design of the banknote;

::b) for the reproduction of banknotes specified in point (a) of this article, the length or width must be increased to more than 125% or decreased to more than 75%, no matter what material is used for reproduction.

Notes

The title of the document is: "Decision regarding handling of banknotes and coins of kuna and lipa unsuitable for usage", but Article 10 seems to refer to all banknotes that the Croatian National Bank has published, not only kuna and lipa. There is no other document regarding reproduction of Croatian currency and there is no specific mention of "unsuitability for usage" in this article. There is no separate document resolving the status of coins so it is to be assumed that the word "banknote" (in original: "novčanice") includes coins too.

References

* PDFlink|" [http://www.hnb.hr/propisi/odluke-trezor-pdf/novci/odluke-kn-lp/h-odluka-rukovanje-kunama-lipama-neprikladnim-za-promet.pdf Odluka o rukovanju novčanicama i kovanim novcem kuna i lipa neprikladnim za promet] "|84.3 KiB ("Decision regarding handling of banknotes and coins of kuna and lipa unsuitable for usage"), signed on February 28, 2002 by the governor of the Croatian National Bank

ee also

* Croatian kuna
* Croatian dinar
* Mint (coin)


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