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Denmark 200 Kroner 2016 (2010-2016)

Item Code: DK-67f

Front: Knippelsbro - Knippels Bridge (links Slotsholmen and Christianshavn) and control tower in Copenhagen. Reverse: Langstrup Belt Plate (~1400 BC, early Bronze Age), North Zealand. Belt plates like these were worn by wealthy women on the front of their belts. Swampy lake of the Langstrup bog near Asminderød in North Zealand where the belt plate together with two spiral bangles and a bronze knife were found. Map of North Sealand (Sjaelland, Zealand) and Øresund region. Watermark: Front of Skuldelev Viking ship from Roskilde Viking Ship Museum; Electrotype '200'. Security features: Consecutively running horizontal blue block and black serial numbers on the obverse of the banknote. Invisible colored filament fibers (hairs) (that are extremely sparsely distributed throughout the banknote) and yellow EURion constellation (Omron rings or doughnuts) fluorescing under ultraviolet light. Silver foil holographic patch with denomination "200". Embedded yet exposed (windowed, segmented) on the reverse, positioned vertically, 3,5 mm wide polymer security thread that has opposite motion picture that moves up and down if the banknote is tilted sideways and vice versa. Raised ink. Main colour: Green. Artist: Karin Birgitte Lund. Engraver: Banknote Printing Works. Signatures: (as depicted) Lars Rohde (Governor, 2013–), Lars Gerrild Sørensen (Head of Office, Head of Banking Services, Chief Cashier, 1 October 2005–). Printing method: Offset and intaglio. Issuer: National Bank of Denmark. First date of issue and circulation: 19 October 2010. Date of issue: 2016. Legal tender: Yes. Material: The banknotes are printed on dirt-resistant cotton paper that is much stronger than normal writing paper. Printer: Denmarks Nationalbank's Banknote Printing Works and the Royal Danish Mint.

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Dimensions: 146 x 72 mm
      Signatures P-67f(2):

Per Callesen (Governor, 1 February 2011–); Lars Gerrild Sørensen (Chief Cashier, 1 October 2005–)
      Signatures P-67f(3):

Hugo Frey Jensen (Governor, 2011–2020); Lars Gerrild Sørensen (Chief Cashier, 1 October 2005–)
Banknote validity: All Danish banknotes issued after 1945 are still valid and will be exchanged at face value by Danmarks Nationalbank.

Texts: Danmarks Nationalbank. To Hundrede Kroner. Bælteplade fra Langstrup. Serie 2009. Udstedt i henhold til lov om Danmarks Nationalbank.

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