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The Sweden 10 Kronor banknote was issued by the Sveriges Riksbank in 1968 to commemorate its 300th anniversary. The banknotes obverse features olive branches, the original bank logo, the four estates symbols, and Mother Svea holding a shield and a cornucopia. A reclining lion is also visible at Mother Sveas feet. The reverse of the banknote displays the old Banko house situated at Jarntorget in Stockholm. The paper bill is 120 x 68 mm in size and bears a watermark that reflects the crowned KKing Karl XI monogram. It also carries the signatures of Asbrink and Warnberg. This particular Sweden 10 Kronor banknote has been given a grade of 66 by the Paper Money Guaranty.