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Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1998, 20 Feninga, KM 116.

Bosnia-Herzegovina, Royal Mint UK, 1998 AD.,
20 Feninga (22 mm / 4,50 g), copper - plated steel (magnetic), 4,50 g. theor. mint weight, mintage ? , axes medal alignment ↑↑ (0°), reeded edge, varnished,
Obv.: Bosna i Hercegovina / Босна и Херцеговина , around circle containing triangle and stars, date 1998 at left.
Rev.: Босна и Херцеговина / Bosna i Hercegovina // Feninga / фенинга , around circle containing denomination 20 , territorial map of Bosnia-Herzegovina with overlay of denomination, all within circle.
KM 116 .

Year / Mintage
1998 / ?
2000 / ? (in sets only)
2004 / ?
2007 / ?
2008 / ?
2009 / ?

Die Konvertible Mark (in den Landessprachen konvertibilna marka/конвертибилна маркa) ist seit dem 22. Juni 1998 die Währung von Bosnien und Herzegowina. Sie war bis 2001 im Verhältnis 1:1 an die D-Mark gekoppelt, seit 2002 an den Euro (1 EUR = 1,95583 KM). Eine konvertible Mark ist in 100 Feninga (Schreibweise auf den Banknoten: Pfeniga) unterteilt.

The konvertibilna marka (Bosnian, Croatian and Latin-written Serbian, конвертибилна марка in Cyrillic-written Serbian, "convertible mark") is the currency of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is divided into 100 feninga (Bosnian, Croatian and Latin Serbian, фенинга in Cyrillic Serbian, singular: fening or фенинг). The names derive from German Mark and Pfennig, hence the occasional local spelling of the subdivision as pfeniga (or пфенига in Cyrillic Serbian). Its ISO 4217 code is BAM and symbols used locally are KM (Latin) or КМ (Cyrillic).

The marka was established by the 1995 Dayton Agreement and replaced the Bosnia and Herzegovina dinar, Croatian kuna and Republika Srpska dinar as the currency of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1998. Marka refers to the German mark, the currency to which it was pegged at par. Since the replacement of the German mark by the euro in 2002, the Bosnian convertible mark effectively uses the same fixed exchange rate to euro that the German mark has (that is, 1 EUR = 1.95583 BAM).
On December 9, 1998, coins were introduced in denominations of 10, 20 and 50 feninga, 1 and 2 followed on July 31, 2000. The 5 feninga and 5 maraka were introduced on January 5, 2006. The 5 feninga and 1 marka are struck in nickel-plated steel, the 10, 20 and 50 feninga in copper-plated steel, and the 2 and 5 maraka are bimetallic.

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