Invalid 1 000-krona banknotes
Invalid after 31 December 2013
|Watermark||Portrait of Gustav Vasa.|
|Face||Portrait of Gustav Vasa.|
|Reverse||A harvest picture from Olaus Magnus' Description of the Northern Peoples from 1555.|
Invalid after 31 December 1998
|Watermark||Portrait of Jöns Jacob Berzelius. Vertical security thread.|
|Face||Dominated by an engraving, in brown, of Karl XIV Johan.|
|Reverse||Scene illustrating the Bessemer steel furnace.|
Invalid after 31 December 1987
|Watermark||Portrait of Gustav V in profile.|
|Face||Engraving of "Mother Svea", standing on a pedestal and holding the national coat-of-arms.|
|Reverse||Portrait of Gustav V in profile.|
Banknotes prior to 1971 contain red and blue fibres in the right part of the reverse side. Banknotes printed in 1971 and later contain a vertical security thread, to the right of the "Mother Svea" engraving, instead of the red and blue fibres.
|Watermark||Head of Mercury in a cartouche in lower left corner, horizontal wave-lines elsewhere.|
|Face||Engraving of "Mother Svea", seated, on the right side.|
|Reverse||Portrait of Gustav I. Blue fibres inserted on the left side.|
1,000- kronor banknotes of the 1890 type that were issued prior to October 28, 1909 have blue-toned paper instead of pink. These banknotes have red fibres instead of blue on the reverse side.
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