372 million banknotes in circulation
At the end of 2008/beginning of 2009, there were approximately 372 million banknotes in circulation, amounting to a total value of SEK 106.3 billion.
The most common banknote is the 500-kronor note
The denomination that dominates in terms of quantity of notes in circulation is the 500-kronor note; at the end of 2008/beginning of 2009 there were just over 116 million of these in circulation.
New motif on this year's 1-krona coin
All 1-krona coins minted in 2009 will carry a new motif on their reverse to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Finland’s separation from Sweden. Information folder (pdf)INVALID NOTES
Extended period for redeeming versions of the 500-krona and 100-krona banknotes without foil strips and older 20-krona notes applies until further notice
The older, and currently invalid, versions of the 500-krona and 100-krona banknotes without a foil strip and a see-through picture and the slightly larger 20-krona notes in a bluer tone can still be redeemed by your bank. Any fees for redeeming the banknotes are set by the respective bank.
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