DENMARK Paper Money,
1713 - Present Issues

     

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Chief of State,
Queen:
 MARGRETHE II
14.1.1972 - present


Head of Government, PM:
Helle
THORNING-SCHMIDT
3.10.2011
- present

KONGERIGET DANMARK Banknotes, 1713 - Present Issues
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NUMBERS
DENOMINATIONS DATES ISSUING AUTHORITY

KONGERIGET DANMARK
Kingdom of Denmark

Kingdom DNK 899; Union with GBR 1016-42; Union with NOR 1380; Utd King. DNK, NOR, SWE 1396-1523; DEU Occupation 1940-45; Allied Occupation 1945-46; Kingdom of Denmark restored 5.11.1945
DNK currency 1713 >>
The first banknotes attributable to Denmark were issued in 1713

Denmark is a member of the EU but does not use the Euro
dnkP.new50Kroner2009.jpg dnkP.New100KronerSeries2009.jpg

GOVERNMENT ISSUES

 
Images Needed A1 P.A1 - P.A9A 1 - 100 Rigsdaler 1713 Treasury of Denmark
A10 P.A10 - P.A17 1 - 3 Marks,
1 Rigsdaler
1713 Treasury of Denmark
Images Needed A18 P.A18 - P.32 10 - 100 Rigsdaler
1 - 100 Rigsdaler Courant
1737 - 92 Copenhagennotes, Exchange & Mortgage Bank
Images Needed A33 P.A33 - P.A37 5 - 80 Rigsdaler Specie 1791 - 1800 Danish-Norwegian Species Bank
in Copenhagen
- A38 P.A38 - P.A42 2 - 20 Rigsdaler D.C.
5 - 24 Skilling
1808 - 10 Drafts on Revenue Treasury Compensation Fund
Images Needed A43 P.A43 - P.A45 100 - 500 Rigsbankdaler 1813 Royal Bank
Images Needed A46 P.A46 - P.A47 100 - 200 Rigsbankdaler 1813 Danish State Royal Drafts
Images Needed A48 P.A48 - P.A52 1 - 100 Rigsbankdaler 1813 - 25 Rigsbank in Copenhagen
- A53 P.A53 - P.A80 1 - 500 Rigsbankdaler 1819 - 74 National Bank in Copenhagen
Images Needed A81 P.A81 - P.A84 10 - 500 Kroner 1875 - 1907 National Bank in Copenhagen

PRIVATE BANK ISSUES

 
Images Needed S101 P.S101 - P.S120 10 Ore - 10 Kroner 1894-1918 Aalborg Kreditbank
S121 P.S121 - P.S136 10 Ore - 25 Kroner 1902 Aarhus Kreditbank
S141 P.S141 - P.S145 10 Ore - 5 Kroner 1908 Dansk Købmandsbank
S151 P.S151 - P.S184 10 Ore - 25 Kroner 1890's Esjberg Kreditbank
S191 P.S191 - P.S195 10 Ore - 10 Kroner ? Frederikshavn Kreditbank
Images Needed PS205 P.S205 - P.S215 10 Ore - 25 Kroner  1894-95  KjorringKreeditbank
P.S221 P.S221 - P.S234 10 Ore - 50 Kroner 1890's Odense Kreditbank
PS241 P.S241 - P.S286 10 Ore - 50 Kroner 1890's Randers Kreditbank
Images Needed S291 P.S291 - P.S316 - 1894-1924 3 different Kreditbank Issuers

GOVERNMENT ISSUES

 
Images Needed 1 P.1 - P.9 1 - 100 Kroner 1883 - 1910 National Bank in Copenhagen
DENMARK, 1914-21 10 P.10 - P.12 1 Krone 1914 - 21 National Bank in Copenhagen
Images Needed 16 P.16 - P.19 10 - 500 Kroner 1914 State Treasury Notes
DENMARK, 1910-36 20 P.20 - P.29 5 - 500 Krone 1910 - 36 National Bank, Copenhagen
DENMARK, 1937-62 30 P.30 - P.41 5 - 500 Kroner 1937 - 62 Danmarks Nationalbank
DENMARK, 1950-74 42 P.42 - P.47 5 - 500 Krone 1950 - 74 Danmarks Nationalbank
DENMARK, 1972-88 48 P.48 - P.53 1 - 1,000 Kroner 1972 - 98 Danmarks Nationalbank
DENMARK, 1994-2007 54 P.54 - P.64 50 - 1,000 Kroner 1994 - 2007 Danmarks Nationalbank
DENMARK, 2009 New P.New 50 - 1,000 Kroner Series 2009 Danmarks Nationalbank
Images Needed New P.New ? ? Danmarks Nationalbank

MILITARY ISSUES

 
Images Needed M1A P.M1A - P.M4A 8 - 20 Skillingar Rigsdaler-Mynt 1809 Royal Danish Commission
DENMARK, 1945 Military Issues M1 P.M1 - P.M6 5 - 100 Kroner ND(1945) Allied Commission in Denmark
DENMARK, 1947-58 Military Issues M7 P.M7 - P.M12 5 Ore - 10 Kroner ND(1947-58) Royal Danish Ministry of War

PRIVATE ISSUES

 
DENMARK, Red Cross, 1950-53 Issues N990 N.990 - N.996 5 Ore - 5 Kroner ND(1950-53) Dansk Røde Kors,
Danish Red Cross - M.S. Jutlandia

PLEBISCITE ISSUES

 
N1000 N.1000 10 Pfennig - 10 Kroner 1920 - 27 Schleswig Plebiscite

PROPAGANDA ISSUES

 
SB1501 SB.1501-SB.1504 50 Ore - 5 Kroner 1942 Denmark Fœdrelandet

NON-CURRENCY ISSUES

Images Needed N1700 N.500, P.UNL 5 Rigsdaler 1862 Lottery Ticket
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BACKGROUNDER

 In 2013 Denmark was rated as the happiest country in the world. The key factors for a happy nation appear to be related to the countries GDP per capita, a long life expectancy, low government corruption, good social support systems, individual freedoms and a culture which encourages generosity.

Those seem like pretty reasonable things to accomplish, so why haven't most other countries been able to achieve them? I'd be interested in hearing from visitors about the situation in their country.




ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

CL1  We gratefully acknowledge CL1 for providing images used in this section.

BA  We gratefully acknowledge Brent Arthurson for providing images used in this section.

JEB    We gratefully acknowledge Joseph E. Boling, co-author of "World War II Remembered, history is in your hands" for  providing images used in this  section.

FLH     We gratefully acknowledge 
Flemming Lyngbeck Hansen for contributing the use of his MPC GRAM article.




LINKS

Denmark in World War II