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Lighter, smaller, more secure


The new coins, which will be introduced along with the new notes in 2014/2015 at the earliest, will be smaller and definitely lighter than their predecessors – yes, the two crown coin is still legal tender, despite the last version ceased to be minted in 1971.

The exception from the change in size is the ten Crowns, which can hardly get any smaller. The Central Bank (Riksbanken) also wanted to replace the 20 Crown note with a coin – but that idea was abandoned after resistance from traders and other cash handlers, who preferred the lighter note to a heavier coin.

The new notes will have upgraded security features to combat counterfeiting.

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