The Front of a 200 Kronor specimen Banknote depicting Ingmar Bergman
The Back of the 200 Kronor specimen Banknote, depicting Gotland
The Front of a 100 Kronor specimen Banknote depicting Greta Garbo
The Back of the 100 Kronor specimen Banknote depicting Stockholm
The above 100 Kronor Banknote which would cease to be legal tender on 30.06.2017, depicts Carl Linnaeus, who was also called Carl von Linne (1707-1778) after his enoblement. This Banknote is from the collection of Jayant Biswas.
Carl von Linnaeus (1717-1778): was a Swedish botanist, physician and zoologist who formalised the modern system of naming organisms called "binomial nomemclature". He is referred to as the "Father of Modern Taxonomy".
The Back of the above Banknote shows a bee pollinating a flower.
The Front of the 50 Kronor specimen banknote depicting Evert Taube. This Banknote is from the collection of Jayant Biswas.
The Back of the 50 Kronor specimen Banknote depicting Bohuslan
The Front of the 20 Kronor specimen banknote depicting astrid Lindgren
The Back of the 20 Kronor specimen banknote depicting Smaland
Reverses of the above two coins
1) Mint of Finland: Provincial coins issued in 2010 and 2011 commemorating the cultures/traditions of the nint historic provinces which ceased to be Administrative Regions in 1634
2) Currency of Denmark: Krone and Ore (Part I): Historical Development of Coinage in Denmark
3) Currency of Denmark: Krone and Ore (Part II): The Evolution of Banknotes in Denmark
4) "The Golden Age of Finnish Art": A 10 Euro Silver Coin with the afore-mentioned theme as part of the sub-theme for 2017 - "The Age of Iron and Glass" under the overall theme of "Ages of Europe" issued by the Mint of Finland on 20.02.2017: ii) "Europa Coin Programme" ot the "European Silver Star Programme" or the "Eurostar Programme"
5) Norges Bank (Central Bank of Norway): Introduction of the VIII Series of innovative/pixelated Banknotes with the theme "The Sea" in a phased manner from May 2017 to Q4 2020 and gradual withdrawal of the presently circulating Banknotes (VII Series)
6) Currency and Coinage of Sweden: Kronor and Ore: New Banknote Series and Coins being issued in 2015 and 2016
7) Currency and Coinage of Iceland: issued by by the Central Bank of Iceland or "Sedlabanki Islands": Kroner & Eyrir