Banknotes from Iceland

Iceland became independent from Denmark in 1918. Situated between Greenland and Norway in the Atlantic Ocean and geographically straddling the European and American continents, it has a clearly European culture and history since it was colonized by the Vikings in the 9th century. In 930 was founded the Althing, making it the oldest parliament in the world. The country is one of the top 10 most developed countries in the world, and it is also one of the countries where people are the happiest. Reykjavik, the capital of the country, alone accounts for more than a third of the country's inhabitants. Nicknamed the island of fire and ice, it has a rich and varied natural heritage, mixing waterfalls, geysers, glaciers, fjords and volcanoes. Folk beliefs are still very strong in Iceland, and a large number of Icelanders believe in the existence of Elves and Trolls.
Wikidata: Q189

See also: Denmark, Greenland, Faroe Islands

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Old króna (1922-1980)

100 Eyrir = 1 Króna

1 Króna (Ríkissjóđ Íslands)
(1920-1921)

Standard banknote
116 × 65 mm
P# 17
1 Króna (Ríkissjóð Íslands)
(1922-1925)

Standard banknote
112 × 63 mm
P# 18
1 Króna (Ríkissjóð Íslands)
(1941-1947)

Standard banknote
110 × 63 mm
P# 22
5 Krónur
1920

Standard banknote
123 × 70 mm
P# 15
5 Krónur (Ríkissjóð Islands)
(1925-1928)

Standard banknote
120 × 70 mm
P# 19
10 Krónur ( Ríkissjóð Islands)
(1925-1928)

Standard banknote
120 × 70 mm
P# 20
10 Krónur (Seðlabanki - Íslands)
(1966-1969)

Standard banknote
130 × 70 mm
P# 42
Available for swap 25 Krónur (Seðlabanki - Íslands)
(1965-1972)

Standard banknote
140 × 70 mm
P# 43
50 Krónur (Ríkissjóð Íslands)
(1925-1930)

Standard banknote
149 × 95 mm
P# 21
Available for swap 100 Krónur (Seðlabanki - Íslands)
(1965-1980)

Standard banknote
150 × 70 mm
P# 44
Available for swap 500 Krónur (Seðlabanki Íslands)
(1968-1980)

Standard banknote
150 × 70 mm
P# 45