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The kingdom of Norway is located at the western part of the Scandinavian peninsula and is famous for its fjords, salmon and viking tradition. Norway has a total population of 5,2 million, spread in an area of 385 000 sq km, making it one of the least dense countries in the world. The current king is Harald V and was inaugurated in 1991. The early history of Norway starts with the Viking age, where exploration, colonisation and raiding, saw Norwegian vikings colonise Iceland and part of western England and Ireland and they discovered Newfoundland in Canada. Norway entered a union with Denmark until 1814, when a new union with Sweden was established. Norway gained its independence from Sweden in 1905, after a peaceful dissolution of the union. As of 1875, the currency of Norway is the Krone, with a denomination of 100 Øre = 1 Krone. After 2012, all denominations of Krone were removed from circulation, making the 1 Krone the coin with the lowest face value. Read more

See also: Spitsbergen

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Norway - Rigsdaler specie (1746-1814)

4 Skilling - Christian VII – obverse
4 Skilling - Christian VII – reverse
4 Skilling - Christian VII
1778
Silver (.562) – 1.53 g
KM# 256
8 Skilling - Christian VII – obverse
8 Skilling - Christian VII – reverse
8 Skilling - Christian VII
1778-1795
Silver (.562) – 3.06 g
KM# 257
1 Skilling - Christian VII – obverse
1 Skilling - Christian VII – reverse
1 Skilling - Christian VII
1779-1780
Silver (.187) – 0.77 g
KM# 258
4 Skilling - Christian VII – obverse
4 Skilling - Christian VII – reverse
4 Skilling - Christian VII
1788
Silver (.312) – 2.75 g
KM# 256a
1 Reisedaler - Christian VII – obverse
1 Reisedaler - Christian VII – reverse
1 Reisedaler - Christian VII
1788
Commemorative: Christian´s VII visit to Norway
Silver (.875) – 28.89 g
KM# 260
1 Speciedaler - Christian VII – obverse
1 Speciedaler - Christian VII – reverse
1 Speciedaler - Christian VII
1791-1795
Silver (.875) – 28.89 g
KM# 265
1/15 Speciedaler - Christian VII – obverse
1/15 Speciedaler - Christian VII – reverse
1/15 Speciedaler - Christian VII
1795-1802
Silver (.500) – 3.37 g
KM# 271
⅓ Speciedaler - Christian VII – obverse
⅓ Speciedaler - Christian VII – reverse
⅓ Speciedaler - Christian VII
1795-1803
Silver (.875) – 9.63 g
KM# 266
2/3 Speciedaler - Christian VII – obverse
2/3 Speciedaler - Christian VII – reverse
2/3 Speciedaler - Christian VII
1795-1796
Silver (.875) – 19.26 g
KM# 267
⅕ Speciedaler - Christian VII – obverse
⅕ Speciedaler - Christian VII – reverse
⅕ Speciedaler - Christian VII
1796-1803
Silver (.687) – 7.31 g
KM# 272, Skaare# 668
2 Skilling - Christian VII – obverse
2 Skilling - Christian VII – reverse
2 Skilling - Christian VII
1800-1807
Silver (.250) – 1.5 g – ø 18 mm
KM# 270
⅓ Speciedaler - Christian VII – obverse
⅓ Speciedaler - Christian VII – reverse
⅓ Speciedaler - Christian VII
1803
Silver (.875) – 9.63 g
KM# 273
1 Skilling - Frederik VI – obverse
1 Skilling - Frederik VI – reverse
1 Skilling - Frederik VI
1809
Copper – 5.57 g – ø 25 mm
KM# 274
4 Skilling - Frederik VI – obverse
4 Skilling - Frederik VI – reverse
4 Skilling - Frederik VI
1809-1810
Copper – 22.27 g
KM# 275
4 Skilling - Frederik VI – obverse
4 Skilling - Frederik VI – reverse
4 Skilling - Frederik VI
1809
Silver (.250) – 2.05 g
KM# 276
8 Skilling - Frederick VI – obverse
8 Skilling - Frederick VI – reverse
8 Skilling - Frederick VI
1809
Silver (.375) – 2.73 g
KM# 277
2 Skilling Courant - Frederik VI – obverse
2 Skilling Courant - Frederik VI – reverse
2 Skilling Courant - Frederik VI
1810-1811
Copper – 8 g – ø 28 mm
KM# 280
1 Skilling - Frederik VI – obverse
1 Skilling - Frederik VI – reverse
1 Skilling - Frederik VI
1812
Copper – 0.76 g – ø 15 mm
KM# 281

Norway - Rigsbankdaler (1813-1816)

96 Rigsdaler courant • 120 Skilling = 1 Rigsdaler specie

6 Skilling - Frederik VI – obverse
6 Skilling - Frederik VI – reverse
6 Skilling - Frederik VI
1813
Copper – 4.26 g
KM# 282
12 Skilling - Frederik VI – obverse
12 Skilling - Frederik VI – reverse
12 Skilling - Frederik VI
1813
Copper – 8.6 g – ø 27 mm
KM# 283

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Numista referee for this country is Stavros.

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