Denmark - Nationalbanken i Kjøbenhavn
1910-1931 Issue 50 Kroner

1910-1931 Issue

1910-1931 Issue

Specifications

Year/Issue: 1911-1930

Denomination: 50 Kroner

Design

Face Color: Blue-green.

Face Type: Three fishermen in boat pulling in a net, surrounded by ornamentation of hops. First signature V. Lange. Second signature changes.

Back Type: Arms surrounded by oak branches to left, and beach to right.

Watermark: Dark #50.

Numismatic specification data and valuation estimates provided by Active Interest Media’s NumisMaster.
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22e Nationalbanken i Kjøbenhavn
1910-1931 Issue
50 Kroner
1925.
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22f Nationalbanken i Kjøbenhavn
1910-1931 Issue
50 Kroner
1926.
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22c Nationalbanken i Kjøbenhavn
1910-1931 Issue
50 Kroner
1919.
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22d Nationalbanken i Kjøbenhavn
1910-1931 Issue
50 Kroner
1923.
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22a Nationalbanken i Kjøbenhavn
1910-1931 Issue
50 Kroner
1911.
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22b Nationalbanken i Kjøbenhavn
1910-1931 Issue
50 Kroner
1914.
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22g Nationalbanken i Kjøbenhavn
1910-1931 Issue
50 Kroner
1928.
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22h Nationalbanken i Kjøbenhavn
1910-1931 Issue
50 Kroner
1928. Prefix A.
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* FV = Face Value

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