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Picture and information on current banknotes & coins
The Riksdag (the Swedish parliament) decided on 27 October 2004, following a proposal from the Riksbank, that some older series of banknotes and coins will cease to be legal tender after 31 December 2005.
 
Invalid from 1 January 2006
Coin that is still valid

 
NB! Old silver-coloured 50-öre coins other than the one shown above will also become invalid.
 
All silver-coloured 50-öre coins will become invalid. The copper-coloured 50-öre coins will continue to be legal tender.
 
Invalid from 1 January 2006
Measurements: 72 x 130 millimetres
Banknote that is still valid
Measurements: 67 x 120 millimetres

 
The older, slightly larger version of the 20-krona note with the bluish shade will become invalid. The newer, slightly smaller 20-krona banknote with the purple shade – which is the one most commonly used today – will remain legal tender.
 
Invalid from 1 January 2006
 
Banknote that is still valid
                     Foil strip
              See-through picture

 
Invalid from 1 January 2006
 
Banknote that is still valid
                  Foil strip
       See-through picture

 
The older 100-krona and 500-krona banknotes will become invalid. Banknotes of these denominations that have a foil strip and a see-through picture will continue to be legal tender.

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LAST UPDATED 6/27/2005 
 

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