Serbian telephone tokens

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Serbian telephone tokens
File:TSE-001.jpg
Filename TSE-001
Side 1 Ei in small circle
Side 2 blank
Manufacture brass
Size (mm) 27
Weight (grams)
Notes Round, Ei = Electronska Industrija.

This token was used for the pay phones outside the post offices.

Source Mandic
File:TSE-002.jpg
Filename TSE-002
Side 1 011
Side 2 Impuls
Manufacture Nickle
Size (mm) 22
Weight (grams)
Notes Round, 011 is the area code for Belgrade

This token was used for the pay phones outside the post offices in the 1990s.

Source Mandic
TSE-003.jpg
Filename TSE-003
Side 1 TELEFON / handset / keypad
Side 2 FLUX between 2 grooves
Manufacture copper Nickle
Size (mm) 22
Weight (grams) 3.41
Notes Round, This token was in use at the State border between Serbia (former F.R. Yugoslavia)

and Hungary, at KALEBIJA and HORGOŠ, during the 1990's. Watchit.jpgTSE-003 varieties

Source Mandic
Serbian telephone tokens without Inscriptions
File:TSE-004.jpg
Filename TSE-004
Side 1 blank
Side 2 blank
Manufacture brass
Size (mm) 23.5
Weight (grams)
Notes Round, with 2 central holes and a quarter of the edge cut out
Source Mandic
File:TSE-005.jpg
Filename TSE-005
Side 1 25 stamped below centre hole
Side 2 blank
Manufacture brass
Size (mm) 24
Weight (grams)
Notes Round, with a central hole
Source Mandic
File:TSE-006.jpg
Filename TSE-006
Side 1 blank
Side 2 blank
Manufacture aluminium
Size (mm) 24.5
Weight (grams)
Notes Round, with a small triangle cut out from the edge
Source Mandic


REFERENCE - Tokens of the countries of former Yugoslavia, Ranko Mandic, 2012