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Only the following banknotes from Slovenia are qualified for redemption. Occasionally there are banknotes that are acceptable for redemption but are not listed here. We recommend that you send in your banknotes regardless, as they will be returned to you should they not be redeemable. If you have any questions about the validity of any banknotes in your posession please contact us.

 
  Denomination
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Description *TCC Valid Until    
5.0 tolar
Slovenia5.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1990

Dec 31, 2099  
10.0 tolar
Slovenia10.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1990

Dec 31, 2099  
50.0 tolar
Slovenia50.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1990

Dec 31, 2099  
100.0 tolar
Slovenia100.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1990

Dec 31, 2099  
200.0 tolar
Slovenia200.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1990

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2000.0 tolar
Slovenia2000.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1990

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10.0 tolar
Slovenia10.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1992

The hand engraved portrait of the Protestant Primoz Trubar is the main motif on the front of the banknote. The profile silhouette filled up with microwriting completes the image. In the centre of the left hand area of the banknote the motif of the first page of Trubar's Abecedarium is printed by the intaglio method, and beneath it a writing quill is pictured. The watermark bears the face of Primoz Trubar. On the back of the banknote there is a reproduction of a drawing of the Ursuline Church in Ljubljana. In the upper left hand area of the banknote a motif from the New Testament is printed by the intaglio method.
Dec 31, 2099  
20.0 tolar
Slovenia20.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1992

The hand engraved portrait of the polymath Janez Vajkard Valvasor is the main motif on the front of the banknote. The profile silhouette filled up with microwriting completes the image. In the left hand area of the banknote the motif of a geodetic pair of compasses is printed by the intaglio method. The watermark bears the face of J. V. Valvasor. On the back various segments of the map of Slovenia and the final vignette of two angels from J. V. Valvasor's book "The Glory of the Duchy of Carniola" are printed by the intaglio method. The left hand area of the banknote bears the inscription "Dulcis ex labore fructus".
Dec 31, 2099  
50.0 tolar
Slovenia50.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1992

The hand engraved portrait of the mathematician Jurij Vega is the main motif on the front of the banknote. The profile silhouette filled up with microwriting completes the image. In the left hand area of the banknote the motif of the drawing from Vega's Treatise on the Sphere is printed by the intaglio method. The watermark bears the face of Jurij Vega. The back pictures the solar system and a drawing of the front facade of the Academy of Sciences and Arts.
Dec 31, 2099  
500.0 tolar
Slovenia500.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1992

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1000.0 tolar
Slovenia1000.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1992

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5000.0 tolar
Slovenia5000.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1992

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1000.0 tolar
Slovenia1000.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1992, 1993, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005

The hand engraved portrait of the poet France Preseren is the main motif on the front of the banknote. The profile silhouette filled up with microwriting completes the image. In the upper left hand area of the banknote a facsimile of Preseren's signature is printed by the intaglio method. The watermark bears the face of France Preseren. In the middle of the back of the banknote part of the text from "The Toast" is printed. The upper left side bears a stylized writing quill, next to it the word "Prijatli" (Friends) in the poet's handwriting is printed by the intaglio method.
Dec 31, 2099  
200.0 tolar
Slovenia200.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1992, 1997, 2001, 2004

The hand engraved portrait of the composer Iacobus Gallus is the main motif on the front of the banknote. The profile silhouette filled up with microwriting completes the image. In the central area a drawing of a motif of an organ from the 17th century is printed by the intaglio method. The watermark bears the face of Iacobus Gallus. In the left hand area of the back of the banknote the front side of the Slovene Philharmonic Hall is printed by the intaglio method. The middle of the banknote bears a musical notation. Only differences between the banknotes are date of issue and/or signatures of the member of the governing board on the back side.
Dec 31, 2099  
500.0 tolar
Slovenia500.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1992, 2001, 2005

The hand engraved portrait of the architect Joze Plecnik is the main motif on the front of the banknote. The profile silhouette made in microwriting technique completes the image. In the left hand area of the banknote a pair of compasses and a circle are drawn. The watermark bears the face of Joze Plecnik. The main design of the back of the banknote is a drawing of the eastern facade of the National and University Library of Ljubljana. On the bottom of the banknote the ground plan of the Library is represented.
Dec 31, 2099  
100.0 tolar
Slovenia100.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1992, 2003

The hand engraved portrait of the impressionist painter Rihard Jakopic is the main motif on the front of the banknote. The profile silhouette filled up with microwriting completes the image. In the middle of the left hand area of the banknote a painting palette and two paintbrushes are depicted. The watermark bears the face of Rihard Jakopic. On the back a detail from Jakopic's painting "The Sun" is represented, and the plan of the former Jakopic Pavilion in Ljubljana is printed by the intaglio method.
Dec 31, 2099  
5000.0 tolar
Slovenia5000.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1993, 1997, 2000, 2002, 2004

The hand-engraved portrait of the paintress Ivana Kobilca is the main motif on the front of the banknote. The image is complemented by a silhouette of her profile, which is filled with microwriting. The left-hand side of the note shows an easel and a medallion with the profile of the painter. Above the easel, on the note issued on 1 June 1993, there is a painter's palette in optically variable ink and on the 8 October 1997 issue, a LIFT foil showing the denomination and a silhouette of the artist. On the 15 January 2002 issue, there is a hologram in the form of a palette, with a pattern of stylized flowers and the numbers "5000", both in colours which change as you tilt the note. The watermark bears the portrait of Ivana Kobilca. The back of the note shows the plan of the facade of the National Gallery in Ljubljana. To its right the ground plan and the profile projection of the Robba Fountain are shown. Both images are printed in intaglio ink. The composition ends on the right with the plan of the new wing of the National Gallery. The 15 January 2002 issue has a windowed thread with micro-lettering close to the left edge of the banknote. The micro-lettering reads Banka Slovenije.
Dec 31, 2099  
10000.0 tolar
Slovenia10000.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1994, 2000, 2003, 2004

The hand engraved portrait of the writer Ivan Cankar is the main motif on the front of the banknote. The profile silhouette filled by the writer's handwriting completes the image. In the central part of the banknote the stage plan of the former Theatre of Ljubljana is represented, with a chrysanthemum made in the technique of embossing above it. The watermark bears Smrekar's caricature of Ivan Cankar. The banknote with the date of issue June 28, 1994: on the left of the chrysanthemum there is a writing quill in optical variable colour. The main design of the reverse of the banknote is the engraving of the chrysanthemum. Part of the original handwriting of the writer is printed across the central part of the banknote. The banknote with the date of issue January 15, 2003: in the left, upper part of the chrysanthemum a new iridescent security feature is added.
Dec 31, 2099  
 
   
*TCC Valid Until represents the date to which The Currency Commission will accept banknotes for processing.
   
   





 
 
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