100 Swedish Kronor banknote (Carl von Linne)
The Sveriges Riksbank issued Swedish Krona banknotes in 10 different denominations,
including this 100 Swedish Kronor banknote (Carl von Linne). They are part of the withdrawn Swedish Krona banknotes series. The Sveriges Riksbank started issuing
these 100 Swedish Krona banknotes in 2001. They were withdrawn from circulation in 2016.
The bill of ett hundra kronor shows Carl von Linne (Carl Linnaeus), Swedish botanist. On the blue-green colored paper banknote a caption reads ‘Sveriges Riksbank’. The reverse side of the 100 SEK bill features a bee pollinating flowers.
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