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...The two Crown coin is still legal tender in Sweden – despite the denomination hasn’t been produced since 1971? But the amount of two Crown coins in circulation is limited – especially the ones minted before 1966. Up until 1940 the coin contained 80% silver and until 1966 the amount was 40%.

Most coins have been melted down because the price of silver is many times higher than the coins’ face value.

In 2014 or 2015 the central bank will begin minting two Crown coins again. At the same time another new denomination will be introduced, the 200 Crown note.

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