Slovenia’s Currency ‘Tolar’
I was just curious about Slovenia’s currency “Tolar” (Code: SIT). Slovenia’s Central Bank provides meaningful information.
Slovenia (1992) 50 Tolars – mathematician Jurij Vega
Information such as size of the banknote, date of issue, circulation date, description of banknotes. Another example of a central bank providing useful information for collectors. Take a look here. Since 2007 Solvenia has adopted the Euro. The old tolar currency can be changed with the central bank. No time limit.
By the way, on August 20, 1789 Jurij Vega achieved a world record when he calculated pi to 140 places, of which the first 126 were correct!!!
Read the full Wikipedia article entitled “Jurij Vega” here.