En krona 1

En krona 1

1 krona 1997 carl xvi gustaf – sweden

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1 krona – carl xvi gustaf sweden

The Scandinavian Monetary Union, which started in 1876 and lasted until the outbreak of World War I, culminated in the introduction of the krona, which replaced the riksdaler at par. The Scandinavian countries were the parties to the union, with the krona in Sweden and krone in Denmark and Norway, which basically means “crown” in English. The krona/krone was specified as 1 2480 of a kilogram of pure gold, and the other two currencies were on the gold standard.
Many of the coins have the monarch’s royal motto engraved on them. The 5-krona coin was created in 1974, at a time when political attempts were being made to abolish the monarchy and a new, inexperienced king was in power. The monarchy remained in place, but the 5-krona was not depicted in any way. The portrait of King Gustav VI Adolf and his royal motto are featured on coins minted before 1974.
The Riksbank issued notes in denominations of 1 krona, 5, 10, 50, 100, and 1,000 kronor in 1874. The 1-krona was only distributed for two years at first, but it was reintroduced between 1914 and 1920. 10,000-krona notes were issued in 1939 and 1958.

1 krona 2002 – carl xvi gustaf – sweden – coin collection

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In 2016, Sweden’s central bank, the Riksbank, agreed to renew the Swedish coin collection, which includes denominations of 1, 2, 5, and 10-krona. The design of the 1, 2, and 5-krona coins has been revised, while the 10-krona coin has remained unchanged.

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