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Notes with a super high value


“The Million Pound Note” (‘The Man with a Million’ in the US) is a film from 1954 with the late Gregory Peck in the lead roll. The hilarious film is based on a story by Mark Twain. “Million Dollar Bill” is a song from a Whitney Houston album. In reality notes of such high value have never been legal tender, apart from possibly being in the form of promissory notes.

However, not many young people may know that Sweden has had notes with a value of 10,000 Crowns. There have been two versions and the last one, having been printed in 1958, ceased to be legal tender on the 31st of December 1991.

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