|King||Christian X (1912-1947)|
|Value||1 Krone (1 DKK)|
|Size||75 × 119 mm|
SIEG SD# 115
Jan Bendix, Flemming Lyngbeck Hansen; 2014. SIEGs Seddelkatalog Danmark 1695-2014. SIEG, Frederikssund, Denmark. ISBN 9788792287304.
Denomination and Text in a frame of arabesque.
UDSTEDT AF NATIONALBANKEN
GÆLDER IFØLGE LOVEN SOM EN KRONE I SØLV
NATIONALBANKEN I KJØBENHAVN
Issued by the Nationalbank
According to Law valid as one krone in silver
The Nationalbank in Copenhagen
Designer: Gerhard Heilmann
The Large Coat of Arms, also called the Royal Coat of arms.
Because of Silver shortage at the out-break of WWI, ”Nationalbanken i Kjøbenhavn” was allowed to print 1 og 2 Krone Notes, the 2 Kroner Note was never released for circulation.
These Notes were made in a hurry, thus the Reverse was taken from and old Rigsbankdaler Note P#A63, SD#78. Forgetting that the Symbol for Iceland previously a Crowned Stockfish in 1903 was altered to a sitting Falcon, thus the lower-left section of the Royal Coat of Arms on the reverse has two varieties.
For this Note P#10/SD#115 it is a Crowned Stockfish.
Because of their Colour/look thee Notes were nicknamed "Kaffeposer"/Filter bags.
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|1914||33%||Stock fish - Seven digit serial number (small digits)|
|1914||83%||Stock fish - Six digit serial number (large digits)|
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