The Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark is the official currency of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The international official currency symbol; KM. After the Dayton Agreement in 1995 (General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina), the currency was introduced to replace the Bosnia and Herzegovina dinar, Croatian kuna, and Republika Srpska dinar in 1988. Consequently, the Central Bank of Bosnia Herzegovina introduced notes in denominations of 50 fenings/pfenigs, 1 mark, 5, 10, 20, 50, and 100 marks, followed by the 200 marks in 2002. All current notes are valid throughout the country, except for the 50-fening/pfenig, 1-, and 5-mark notes, which were later withdrawn from circulation.
The 200 Bosnia and Herzegovina Konvertible Marks note front design features the portrait of Ivo Andrić (1892-1975) was a Yugoslav novelist, poet, and short-story writer who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1961, against a background of wavy lines. The reverse of the note illustrates the Mehmed Paša Sokolović Bridge in Višegrad, which spans the Drina River and is the source of inspiration for the novel The Bridge on the Drina by Ivo Andrić. The lettering of the note is presented in the Croatian and Serbian languages. This note is part of the 2002 series, and its color is blue and multicolor underprint.
Text: CENTRALNA BANKA BOSNE I HERCEGOVINE, ЦЕНТРАЛНА БАНКА БОСНЕ И ХЕРЦЕГОВИНЕ, 200, КОНВЕРТИБИЛНИХ МАРАКА, KONVERTIBILNIH MARAKA, 200, ДВИЈЕ СТОТИНЕ КОНВЕРТИБИЛНИХ МАРАКА, DVIJE STOTINE KONVERTIBILNIH MARAKA, ИВО АНДРИЋ 1892 – 1975 IVO ANDRIĆ, 200, ЦЕНТРАЛНА БАНКА БОСНЕ И ХЕРЦЕГОВИНЕ, CENTRALNA BANKA BOSNE I HERCEGOVINE, MOST NA DRINI, МОСТ НА ДРИНИ, DVIJE STOTINE KONVERTIBILNIH MARAKA, ДВИЈЕ СТОТИНЕ КОНВЕРТИБИЛНИХ МАРАКА, 200, oebs 2002.