Invalid 10-krona banknotes

Invalid after 31 December 1998

 

10-krona banknote printed 1963-1990
Banknote Information
Size 120x68 millimetres
Watermark In the unprinted part of the banknote there is a sequence of full-face portraits of August Strindberg. Vertical security thread.
Face Portrait of Gustav VI Adolf in profile.
Reverse A representation of snowflakes and the Northern Lights.

 

 

10-krona banknote printed 1968, to commemorate Sveriges Riksbank's 300th anniversary
Banknote Information
Size 120x68 millimetres
Watermark Monogram of Karl XI in the unprinted portion.
Face "Mother Svea" on the right side.
Reverse Portrait of the old Bank of Sweden building at Järntorget, Stockholm.

 

Invalid after 31 December 1987

 

10-krona banknote printed 1940-1962
Banknote Information
Size 121x70 millimetres
Watermark Portrait of Gustav I in semi-profile in a medallion on the right side.
Face Portrait of Gustav I in a medallion on the left side.
Reverse Red fibres inserted in the right part.

 

10-kronor banknote printed 1892-1940
Banknote Information
Size 121x70 millimetres
Watermark I nedre vänstra hörnet ett Merkuriushuvud i oval ram, i övrigt horisontella våglinjer.
Face I högra hörnet den sittande Moder Svea.
Reverse Porträtt av Gustav Vasa och på vänstra delen finns röda fibrer inlagda.

Banknotes with printing years 1940-1952 have the year and serial number in two places on the face: in the lower left corner and above the right medallion. Signatures are in black. Banknotes with printing years 1953-1962 have the year and serial number in only one place on the face: below the left medallion. The year, serial number and signatures are blue. 

 

Updated 04/05/2018