"From 8 October 1991 to 31 December 2006 the currency unit of the Republic of Slovenia was the tolar, which was divided into 100 stotini. In monetary transactions the ISO currency code SIT was used to refer to the tolar. On 8 October 1991, the Bank of Slovenia issued provisional payment notes, placing them into circulation as a temporary currency. In September 1992, the first tolar banknotes were placed into circulation, followed by coins in January 1993. The Bank of Slovenia also issued a number of commemorative editions to mark various events and for different purposes. The Republic of Slovenia issued the commemorative coins to mark political, historical, scientific, cultural, sporting, humanitarian and other similar events of general importance to Slovenia or with wider international significance."
SOURCE: BANKA SLOVENIJE