Invalid 5-krona banknotes

Invalid after 31 December 1998

 

5-krona banknote printed 1965-1981
Banknote Information
Size 110x68 millimetres
Watrmark Rutnät av diagonala våglinjer med siffran 5 inlagd i rutorna. Blå och röda fibrer är oregelbundet inlagda i papperet.
Face Portrait of Gustav I.
Reverse Scene of Swedish woodland showing a wood-grouse and a spruce.

 

Invalid after 31 December 1987

 

5-krona banknote printed 1954-1963
Banknote Information
Size 121x70 millimetres
Watermark Portrait of Gustav VI Adolf in semi-profile.
Face Portrait of Gustav VI Adolf.
Reverse Engraving of "Mother Svea", standing and holding the national coat-of-arms. Red fibres inserted on the left side.

 

  

5-krona jubilee banknote printed in 1948, to commemorate King Gustav V’s 90th birthday on 16 July
Banknote Information
Size 121x70 millimetres
Watermark Head of Mercury in a cartouche in lower left corner, horizontal wave-lines elsewhere.
Face Portrait of Gustav V to the left, and his monogram to the right.
Reverse The national coat-of arms in the centre. Blue fibres inserted on the left side.

 

 

5-krona banknote printed 1890-1952
Banknote Information
Size 121x70 millimetres
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.

1962-1963: Watermark: In the unprinted part a vertical sequence of portraits of Esias Tegnér; in the remainder of the note, the denomination "5KR" in horizontal lines. A security thread, to the right of the portrait, is used instead of red fibres. 

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Updated 27/04/2018