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Convert your leftover current Norwegian Kroner banknotes to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service. Get paid fast for your unused currency from Norway.
Issued by the Oslo-based Norges Bank from 2017, the current kroner bills used in Norway belong to Series VIII. These stylish banknotes have won design awards and feature a marine theme on the front and a pixelated image on the back. We change modern Norwegian kroner notes free of charge. We also give cash for Norwegian kroner coins and withdrawn Norwegian kroner banknotes.
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50 Norwegian Kroner banknote (Utvær Lighthouse)The theme for the 50 Kroner banknote is ‘the sea that binds us together’. On the front side of the green coloured 50 femti kroner bill is the Utvær Lighthouse on the Utvær Islands. The back of the 50 NOK bill shows the light from the lighthouse and the Ursa Major constellation.You get: £2.911001 NOK = £0.0582200000
100 Norwegian Kroner banknote (Gokstad Ship)The new 100 Norwegian Kroner banknote from Series VIII features the Viking ship found in Gotstad, Norway. It is in display in Oslo. The red coloured 100 NOK bill has a modern design with a pixillated cargo ship on the back side, along with the star consellation of Orion.You get: £5.822001 NOK = £0.0582200000
200 Norwegian Kroner banknote (Cod and Herring)The Series VIII banknote of 200 Norwegian Kroner has the theme of ‘fishery’. It shows a cod in the front and herring swimming in the background. A fishing net is visible in the background too. The blue coloured 200 NOK bill has a pixillated fishing boat on the back side.You get: £11.644001 NOK = £0.0582200000
500 Norwegian Kroner banknote (Rescue Lifeboat RS 14 Stavanger)Norway’s new banknote of 500 kroner is based on the theme ‘the sea that gives us prosperity’. The front side shows the RS14 Stavanger rescue lifeboat at sea. On the back side of the yellow-orange coloured fem hundre kroner bill is a pixelated image of a North Sea oil platform.You get: £29.110001 NOK = £0.0582200000
1000 Norwegian Kroner banknote (sea wave)The 1000 Kroner is Norway’s highest value banknote. Its issue in 2019 completed the rollout of the award-winning Series VIII. The purple-coloured new 1000 NOK bill features a wave at open sea. The bird on the banknote is a puffin.You get: £58.220001 NOK = £0.0582200000