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Faroese 200-krone banknote

Faroese 200-krone banknote
200,00  DKK
In 2012, Danmarks Nationalbank issued an updated version of the Faroese banknote series with new security features.

The 200-krone banknote shows a motif of a ghost moth printed in intaglio. The background is a watercolour with blades of grass.
The reverse of the banknote shows a watercolour of the island of Tindhólmur with its characteristic peaks.

The common motif on the notes depicts Faroese animals. On the face of the notes the animals are shown as fragments. On the reverse, watercolours of Faroese landscapes by the Faroese artist Zacharias Heinesen (b. 1936) are reproduced. The fauna motifs contribute life and variation to the notes, while the watercolours lend a special quality of lightness.

The currency in the Faroe Islands is 1 króna and the exchange rate to the Danish banknotes is 1:1. The Faroese banknotes are regarded as a foreign currency in Denmark thus they are not legal tender in Denmark, nor are Danish banknotes legal tender in the Faroe Islands. However, Faroese banknotes can be encashed to Danish banknotes free of charge at Danmarks Nationalbank in the same way as Danish banknotes can be encashed to Faroese banknotes in the Faroe Islands. The coins in the Faroe Islands and in Denmark are the same.

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