BANK NOTE
Denmark 200 Kroner (2009 Series)
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Country
Denmark
Denomination
200 Danish Krone
Issued Date/Year
2010 CE - Common Era
Note Type
Paper - Circulation
Front Description
200 TO HUNDREDE KRONER | DANMARKS NATIONALBANK
Back Description
BAELTEPLADE FRA LANGSTRUP | SERIE 2009 • UDSTEDT I HENHOLD TIL LOV OM DANMARKS NATIONALBANK
Head of State
Jens Thomesen
Note Printer
Danmarks Nationalbank's Banknote Printing Works
Dimension
145 × 72 mm
IN COLLECTION CONDITION
Preliminary
Normal
Condition
Extremely Fine
Denmark 200 Kroner (2009 Series)
Denmark 200 Kroner (2009 Series)

Danish : To Hundrede Kroner
EnglishTwo Hundreds Kroner

Bælteplade Fra Langstrup
Langstrup Belt Plate

Udstedt i henhold til lov om Danmarks Nationalbank
Issued Pursuant to act of Denmark's National Bank

Issued on 19 October 2010.

Features the Knippelsbro (Knippel's Bridge) of 1937 and the Langstrup Belt Plate from the early Bronze Age, approximately 1400 BC.

The sequence number is in the lower right-hand corner. (A3101D)

The individual serial numbers of the banknotes are stated on the left-hand side just below the denomination. It should be noted that the serial number is six digits followed by a letter. (055014D)

Signaturers have been identified as Jens Thomesen (Governor) and Lars Gerrild Sørensen (Head of Banking Services).

Places Shown On Map (Reverse)

Langstrup, København, Niva, Øresund

Bridge series

The process of designing the 'Bridge' banknotes was initiated in 2006 by the Danish National Bank. The theme of the new banknotes is Danish bridges and the surrounding landscapes, or details from these landscapes. The artist Karin Birgitte Lund has chosen to interpret this theme in two ways: bridges as links between various parts of Denmark and as links between the past and the present. 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 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.

The Paper

The banknotes are printed on dirt-resistant cotton paper that is much stronger than normal writing paper. The paper is incorporated into the surface called Anti Soil Treatment. The paper is delivered to Danmarks Nationalbank's Banknote Printing Works complete with watermark and hidden security thread.

Format

The current banknotes are of the same size as the previous banknotes. All the banknotes are of the same height, but with each increase in denomination, the banknotes gain 10 mm in length. The 50-krone banknote therefore measures 125 mm x 72 mm, whereas the 1,000-krone banknote measures 165 mm x 72 mm. 


As of 21-10-1-2012, 200 Kroner equals to
€ 26.8179
£ 21.6590
$ 34.5659
RM 105.807

Note:
The note is in extremely fine condition, mark from calculating machine on middle-top and some sign of very light use, not crispy.
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