The Portrait and landscape series was issued from to
The 1-, 2- and 5-krone coins have a hole in the middle. Use of these various characteristics makes it easy for the blind and sight-impaired to tell the coins apart. The coins of the programme have the same size and metal composition as the regular coins of their denomination.
The first series, krone coins featuring towers in Denmark, ran between and and spawned ten different motifs. Upon selecting the towers, importance had been attached not only to display aesthetic towers, but also towers with different form, functions and from different regions of Denmark, the Faroe Islands and Greenland.
The last coin depicting the Copenhagen City Hall was issued in June , marking the end of the series. A second series of krone coins, starting in with twelve different planned motifs and ten already released by November , shows Denmark as a maritime nation in the world, featuring iconic Danish, Faroese and Greenlandic ships and like the previous series of tower coins, the series reflect various landmarks in shipbuilding in the three countries.
In , Danmarks Nationalbank issued the first in a series of five krone commemorative coins with motifs from Hans Christian Andersen 's fairy tales. The motifs depicted on the coins were chosen to illustrate various aspects and themes central to the fairy tales with the fifth and final fairy tale coin inspired by The Nightingale being issued on 25 October Featuring motifs of a polar bear, the Sirius Sledge Patrol and the Aurora Borealis , the coins aimed to accentuate scientific research in the backdrop of Greenlandic culture and geography.
The third and final coin entitled 'Northern Lights' marked the completion of the series in Most Danish banknotes with a few exceptions issued after are valid as payment. Banknotes has since been issued with the values: The Portrait and landscape series was issued from to It was replaced in The Jens Juel series was issued from to Every note had a painting made by Jens Juel on the obverse side.
The series was issued from to The process of designing the 'Bridge' banknotes was initiated in by the Danish National Bank. Danish artist Karin Birgitte Lund has chosen to interpret this theme in two ways: The present is represented by the bridges, the past by five distinctive prehistoric objects found near the bridges.
Among the new security features is a window thread "Motion" with a moving wave pattern. Another feature is a new, sophisticated hologram that reflects light in different colors. The new banknotes also have the traditional security features such as the watermark and the hidden security thread. Within context, some of the banknotes have figurative meanings with the krone note sometimes referred to as a hund dog shortening the word hundrede a hundred.
The krone note can be referred to as a plovmand ploughman because previous circulations of the note featured a picture of a man with a plough and the krone note, too, can be referred to as a tudse toad taken from a wordplay on the word tusinde meaning a thousand.
The krone note may also be referred to as an egern squirrel because the series version of the note featured a squirrel. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
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