1000 Swedish krona note & bill

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1000 Swedish krona Front

 

1000 Swedish krona Obverse motif: UN Secretary-General and Member of the Swedish Academy Dag Hammarskjöld
1000 Swedish krona Obverse motif: UN Secretary-General and Member of the Swedish Academy Dag Hammarskjöld

Measures: 154 x 66 millimetres

Thickness: 125 micrometres +/- 10%

Colour: Grey-brown

Will be introduced: 2015

Banknote paper: Manufactured of cotton fibres that are not fluorescent, which is to say they do not emit any light under ultraviolet light (other types of paper may emit a bluish glow).

Banknote numbers: The letters indicate the year in which the banknote was printed. A = 2013, B = 2014 etc. The two first digits indicate where on the printing sheet the banknote was printed. The final seven digits are a serial number.

Valid from 1 October 2015.

1000 Swedish krona Back

 

1000 Swedish krona Reverse motif: Lappland, an area of natural beauty of great interest to Dag Hammarskjöld
1000 Swedish krona Reverse motif: Lappland, an area of natural beauty of great interest to Dag Hammarskjöld

1. Security strip

Vertical purple security strip with three windows. The windows feature images that move and alternate motif between KR and a royal crown when you tilt the banknote. The placement of the security strip may vary by up to 2 cm.

2. Colour-shifting image

Colour-shifting image linked to the person portrayed on the banknote, in this case an olive branch. The banknote's denomination, 1,000, is also shown in the image. The image and the denomination gradually change colour between gold and green when you tilt the banknote.

3. Intaglio print

Intaglio print, which makes the paper feel like a banknote and gives it a noticeable raised surface. Run your thumb over it or scrape lightly with a fingernail. Intaglio printing has been used for the portrait, denominations and the text SVERIGESRIKSBANK.

4. Watermark

Watermark with the banknote's denomination and portrait that are visible when you hold the banknote to the light. The denomination appears significantly lighter than the rest of the paper.

5. Security thread

Security thread embedded in the banknote paper. Visible as a dark line when you hold the banknote up to the light.

6. See-through picture

A pattern that, together with a matching pattern on the reverse, forms the denomination when you hold the banknote to the light.

7. UV image

UV image (three crowns) that fluoresces (glows) yellow and blue under ultraviolet light.

8. UV fibres

UV fibres spread across the entire banknote that fluoresce (glow) yellow and blue under ultraviolet light.

9. Micro- and minitexts

The denomination repeated several times, placed by Dag Hammarskjöld’s collar: 100010001000100010001000100010001000100010001000100010001000 Text by the denomination on the right side, repeated several times: SVERIGESRIKSBANK SVERIGESRIKSBANK SVERIGESRIKSBANK

9.2 Micro- and minitexts

Text on the gable of the UN building (All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. UNs Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 1), written with no spaces or punctuation and repeated several times: ALLAMÄNNISKORÄRFÖDDAFRIAOCHLIKAIVÄRDEOCH RÄTTIGHETERDEHARUTRUSTATSMEDFÖRNUFTOCH SAMVETEOCHBÖRHANDLAGENTEMOTVARANDRAIEN ANDAAVGEMENSKAPFNSALLMÄNNAFÖRKLARINGOM DEMÄNSKLIGARÄTTIGHETERNAARTIKEL1 Text on the short edge, repeated several times: SVERIGESRIKSBANK SVERIGESRIKSBANK SVERIGESRIKSBANK

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