The passing of a loved one is never easy.
When a loved one dies, we often feel that we don't have the time to fully process what has happened. We get caught up in so many tasks, such as making funeral arrangements and dividing their belongings. When VasilLazarevi was going through his grandfather's effects after he passed away, he discovered something truly amazing in his desk.
In a desk drawer, VasilLazarevi found a range of bank notes from the Kingdom of Yugoslavia dating back to the late 1920s and early 1930s.
There was also a wide array of notes from 1950s Yugoslavia.
The dinar was the common currency used in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia from 1918 until 2003.
According to VasilLazarevi, these are "the last socialist bank notes."
The notes below are reminders of a difficult bout of inflation. In the 1990s, common goods like bottled water increased in price every hour.
The most valuable bank note ever released was worth 500 billion dinars.
VasilLazarevi also discovered a few bank notes from occupied Serbia.