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Denmark 100 Kroner Banknote, 2010, P-66b.2, UNC

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Denmark 100 Kroner banknote from 2010, has a pick number of P-66b.2, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and feature Old Little Belt Bridge.

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    DENM66AU
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    UNC
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The Denmark 100 Kroner is part of the banknote series issued in 2010 by the Danish National Bank featuring the design by Danish artist Karin Birgitte Lund. Its obverse features the Den Gamle Lillebaeltsbro or the Little Belt Bridge which links Erritso in Jutland andMiddelfart on Funen. A Hindsgavl dagger holographic patch is also shown. The banknotes reverse features a Stone Age dagger in the form of flint-knapped fish-tail from the Hindsgavl peninsula. A field with trees can be seen in the background. The banknote has a solid security thread and a windowed motion security thread. The 135 x 72 mm paper bill also has a watermark that reflects a wooden Viking ship hull from Skuldelev in Roskilde Fiord and an electrotype 100.

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