What is a 20 KR coin?

What is a 20 KR coin?

Norwegian Kroner, Norway. The Norges Bank issued Norwegian Krone coins in 6 different denominations, including this 20 Norwegian Kroner coin. They are part of the Norwegian Kroner coins series. The Norges Bank started issuing these 20 Norwegian Krone coins in 1994.

What is a Norge coin?

The Norwegian silver-colored coin of 1 krone has a diameter of 21mm and weighs 4.35g. The coin has a hole in the middle. The word ‘Norge’ is inscripted on the 1 NOK copper-nickel coin”….Additional information.

Location Norway
Currency Norwegian Kroner
Series Norwegian Kroner coins
Tender coins
Weight 4.35 g

What was the old currency of Norway?

The old series of Norway’s 100-krone and 200-krone notes are no longer legal tender after 30 May 2018.

How much gold is in a 20 kroner coin?

These Danish Gold Coins are 21.6 carat gold and have the 20 Kroner denomination. The coin was made between 1913 and 1917. The coin illustrates a portrait of Christian X of Denmark facing right, with the reverse showing the traditional Danish coat of arms. It has a fineness of 900.0 and a weight of 8.96g.

How do I exchange an old Norwegian krone?

If you possess old banknotes that you would like to exchange, there are two options:

  1. You can have them deposited in a bank:
  2. You can exchange old 100-krone and 200-krone banknotes for new ones at Norges Bank’s depots in Tromsø, Trondheim, Bergen, Stavanger or Oslo Monday to Friday 9 AM – 3 PM.

Can you use old Danish krone?

Is it possible to exchange all withdrawn Danish banknotes and coins? No, only banknotes issued after the substitution of money in 1945 can be exchanged for new banknotes – read more about the substition series. All coins issued after 1875 with a value of 50 øre or higher can be exchanged for new coins.

Where can I sell my Norwegian krone?

Sell Norwegian Krone Through The Currency Club If you want the best exchange rates for Norwegian Krone, come to The Currency Club. Our services are Value-for-Money.

What are old money coins worth?


Coin Type Average Circulated Typical Uncirculated
Dollar – Flowing Hair – 1794-1795 $1,000 – $25,000 Rare
Dollar – Draped Bust (Small Eagle) – 1795-1798 $500 – $1,500 $15,000 – $20,000
Dollar – Heraldic Eagle – 1798-1803 $500 – $1,000 $6,000 – $8,000
Dollar – Heraldic Eagle – 1804 N/A $3,000,000

What is the symbol for Norwegian krone?

Norwegian krone/Symbols

Why do Danish coins have holes in them?

The 1-, 2- and 5-krone coins have a hole in the middle. Use of these various characteristics makes it easy for the blind and sight-impaired to tell the coins apart.

How do you read Danish krone?

See chart below. The Danish notes are 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 kroner. The krone is written kr. or DKK or Dkr. When discussing the Danish currency / Danish money – krone is single and kroner is plural; øre is singular and ører is plural.

What is Norway minimum wage?

Skilled workers: Minimum 220 NOK per hour. Unskilled without industry experience: 198,30 NOK. Unskilled workers with a minimum of one year of industry experience: 206,50 NOK. Under 18 years of age: 132,90 NOK.