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This uncirculated 100 Swedish kronor banknote is dated 2014 and signed by Johan Gernandt and Stefan Ingves. It has green, blue, purple, and red colors and dimensions of 140 mm x 72 mm. Its obverse side depicts Carl von Linnaeus and his achievements: the Linnaeus garden in Uppsala, pollinating plants alluding to his botanical research, and microprinting of his motto “OMNIA MIRARI ETIAM TRITISSIMA” (Find wonder in all things, even the most commonplace). Its reverse side depicts a stylized fertilization of a flower, a bee pollinating a flower, and the view of a flower through the lens of a bee. Security features of the note include a holographic stripe, a solid security thread with demetalized 100 KRONOR, and a watermark of Linnaeus and an electrotype 100.