Sweden 5 Kronor  The Sveriges Riksbank issued Swedish Krona banknotes in 10 different denominations, including this 5 Swedish Kronor banknote (King Gustaf Vasa). They are part of the withdrawn Swedish Krona banknotes series. The Sveriges Riksbank started issuing these 5 Swedish Krona banknotes in 1965. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1998.

The note of 5 fem kronor depicts the portrait of Gustav Vasa, King of Sweden. Printed on the five Swedish Krona bill is the text ‘Sveriges Riksbank’.

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Banknote of the Day: Sweden 5 Kronor (King Gustaf Vasa)

Banknote of the Day: Sweden 5 Kronor (King Gustaf Vasa)

Banknote of the Day: Sweden 5 Kronor (King Gustaf Vasa)

Banknote of the Day: Sweden 5 Kronor (King Gustaf Vasa)

Banknote of the Day: Sweden 5 Kronor (King Gustaf Vasa)

Banknote of the Day: Sweden 5 Kronor (King Gustaf Vasa)

Banknote of the Day: Sweden 5 Kronor (King Gustaf Vasa)

Banknote of the Day: Sweden 5 Kronor (King Gustaf Vasa)

This banknotes are Extremely Popular among Collectors, The Banknote Color and Artwork looks amazing 5 Kronor next issue will be great and Swedens banknotes all look amazing. Banknote has more of Blue Color , and its size is smaller then other usual banknotes


This is part of a Special Series of 0 Euro Souvenir notes authorised by the European Central Bank printed on the same paper as Euro notes with the same security features as shown, Watermark, Security strip and Features visible under UV, Unique Collectors items, limited amount printed for major tourist attractions in Portugal. See scans under UltraViolet(Black light) revealing fluorescent security features and micro fibres.

Banknote of the Day: 100 Years of Fatima Apparitions Portugal 0 Euro

Banknote of the Day: 100 Years of Fatima Apparitions Portugal 0 Euro

Banknote of the Day: 100 Years of Fatima Apparitions Portugal 0 Euro

Banknote of the Day: 100 Years of Fatima Apparitions Portugal 0 Euro

 


The Banco Central de Bolivia has issued the new 100-bolivianos note on 15 January 2019, as part of the new family of banknotes. The new notes are printed by Oberthur Fiduciare SAS.

The front of the beautiful new note shows Juana Azurduy De Padilla, Alejo Calatayud, Antonio José de Sucre and the Casa de la Moneda on the front. The back of the note shows the Arcoiris Falls, the heliconia rostrata and the blue-throated macaw.


 Fiji 7’s note is very beautiful with its blue color and unique denomination. Fun fact: Under UV light the medals around the players necks become visible and other objects come to life! 

Reserve Bank of Fiji has unveiled a new 7-dollar note and 50-cent coin commemorating Fiji Rugby 7s gold medal win at the 2016 Summer Olympics (XXXI) held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from 5 August to 21 August 2016.

Banknote of the Day: Fiji 7 Dollars Rugby World Cup

Banknote of the Day: Fiji 7 Dollars Rugby World Cup

Despite the odd denomination, the note is legal tender. Two million notes were printed by Oberthur Fiduciaire and one million coins were struck by the Royal Canadian Mint. The notes and coins were introduced into circulation on 21 April 2017.

Banknote of the Day: Fiji 7 Dollars Rugby World Cup

Banknote of the Day: Fiji 7 Dollars Rugby World Cup

Blue. Front (vertical): English text; Fijian flag; Olympic coach Ben Ryan sitting on Sigatoka Sand Dunes; Olympic captain Osea Kolinisau running with ball; gold medal and RBF logo in OVI; coat of arms. Back: English text; Fiji Rugby 7s Gold Olympians with Prime Minister Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama and team officials; domodomo; bank logo. 2-mm wide STARsheen windowed security thread with demetalized FIJI 7s GOLD OLYMPIANS. Watermark: Savenaca Rawaca running with ball. Printer: (Oberthur Fiduciaire). 140 x 67 mm.
a. No date. Sig. 4. Prefix AU. Intro: 21.04.2017.