200 Kroner 2009 Serie Danish Bridges and Antiquities

Features

Country Denmark
Queen Margrethe II (1972-date)
Type Standard banknote
Years 2010-2016
Value 200 Kroner
200 DKK = 32 USD
Currency Krone (1873-date)
Composition Paper
Size 145 × 72 mm
Shape Rectangular
References P# 67,
  • Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Modern issues 1961-present (25th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA. ISBN 9781440248986.
  • Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2016. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. General issues, 1368-1960 (16th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA. ISBN 9781440247071.
  • George S. Cuhaj (editor); 2013. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Specialized Issues (12th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA. ISBN 9781440238833.
SIEG SD# 158
Jan Bendix, Flemming Lyngbeck Hansen; 2014. SIEGs Seddelkatalog Danmark 1695-2014. SIEG, Frederikssund, Denmark. ISBN 9788792287304.

Obverse

Knippel Bridge in Copenhagen

Reverse

Bronze age belt plate from Langstrip

Watermark

The watermark shows a Viking Ship from Skuldelev in Roskilde Fiord, together with the denomination 200.

200 Kroner (2009 Serie Danish Bridges and Antiquities) -  obverse

© dampe54

Comments

Issued: 19th October 2010

Middle two digits of Serial-number give the printing year: A7132G  Prefix A7, year (20)13.

The Left signature is one of the Govenors for Denmarks National Bank. The right signature is the Chief Cashier.

Knippelsbro
Knippelsbro (Knippels Bridge) links Slotsholmen to Christianshavn in Copenhagen. The first bridge on this site was built from 1618 to 1620 by King Christian IV, whereas the present Knippelsbro, the fifth in the series, dates back to 1937. When ships need to pass under the 115-metre-long bridge, the bascule leaves of the bridge are raised, providing a horizontal clearance of 35 metres.

Langstrup Belt Plate
The belt plate from Langstrup in North Zealand was found before 1880 in a bog together with two spiral bangles and a bronze knife. It is the largest, fully preserved belt plate known to come from the early Bronze Age, approximately 1400 BC. The decoration, which comprises circular grooves and spirals, was stamped into a wax mould before casting. The centre is decorated with a point that is 5 cm long. Belt plates like these were worn by wealthy women on the front of their belts.

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Date VG F VF XF AU UNC
2010  Prefix A0 Sign: Nils Bernstein & Lars G. Sørensen
2010  Prefix A0 Sign: Torben Nielsen & Lars G. Sørensen
2010  Prefix A1 Sign: Jens Thomsen & Lars G. Sørensen
2010  Prefix A1 Sign: Torben Nielsen & Lars G. Sørensen
2010  Prefix A2 Sign: Nils Bernstein & Lars G. Sørensen
2010  Prefix A2 Sign: Torben Nielsen & Lars G. Sørensen
2010  Prefix A3 Sign: Jens Thomsen & Lars G. Sørensen
2010  Prefix A3 Sign: Torben Nielsen & Lars G. Sørensen
2011  Prefix A4 Sign: Hugo Frey Jensen & Lars G. Sørensen
2011  Prefix A4 Sign: Nils Bernstein & Lars G. Sørensen
2012  Prefix A5 Sign: Hugo Frey Jensen & Lars G. Sørensen
2012  Prefix A5 Sign: Per Callesen & Lars G. Sørensen
2013  Prefix A6 Sign: Hugo Frey Jensen & Lars G. Sørensen
2013  Prefix A6 Sign: Lars Rohde & Lars G. Sørensen
2013  Prefix A6 Sign: Per Callesen & Lars G. Sørensen
2013  Prefix A7 Sign: Hugo Frey Jensen & Lars G. Sørensen
2013  Prefix A7 Sign: Lars Rohde & Lars G. Sørensen
2013  Prefix A7 Sign: Per Callesen & Lars G. Sørensen
2015  Prefix A8 Sign: Hugo Frey Jensen & Lars G. Sørensen
2015  Prefix A8 Sign: Lars Rohde & Lars G. Sørensen
2015  Prefix A8 Sign: Per Callesen & Lars G. Sørensen
2016  Prefix A9 Sign: Hugo Frey Jensen & Lars G. Sørensen
2016  Prefix A9 Sign: Lars Rohde & Lars G. Sørensen
2016  Prefix A9 Sign: Per Callesen & Lars G. Sørensen
2016  Prefix B0 Sign: Hugo Frey Jensen & Lars G. Sørensen
2016  Prefix B0 Sign: Lars Rohde & Lars G. Sørensen
2016  Prefix B0 Sign: Per Callesen & Lars G. Sørensen

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