The Danish kroner was born in 1872 after Sweden and Denmark signed an agreement on setting up a Scandinavian Monetary Union.
In 1979 Denmark joined the European Monetary System. The danish kroner is a legal tender in Greenland and Faeroe Islands.
1 kroner equals 100 ore. All images of 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 kroner banknotes of new type were kindly provided by
Hans C. Andersen