Subtotal: $0.00 USD
This 10 Swedish krone note commemorates the 300th anniversary of the Sveriges Riksbank in 1968. It is a blue, purple, red, yellow, and green note that measures 120 mm x 68 mm and bears the signatures of Per Asbrink and Erik Warnberg. Its obverse side features the original bank seal, olive branches, the symbols for the four estates, and Mother Svea holding a shield and a cornucopia. Its reverse side features the old Banko house at Jamlorget. Though the note does not have a security thread, it has a crowned King Karl XI monogram watermark. It is also a gem uncirculated note that qualified for Paper Money Guaranty’s Exceptional Paper Quality, experienced minor handling, and has above-average centering. Thus, it is graded 66 by the Paper Money Guaranty (PMG). The note was demonetized in 1998.