Riksbank of Stockholm, Sweden issued bank notes in 1658.
SEK | Swedish Krona | OANDA
The Swedish Krona was introduced in 1873, replacing the Riksdaler at par. The currency was introduced as a result of the Scandinavian Monetary Union with Norway and Denmark, which lasted until World War I. Currencies under the treaty were under the gold standard.
- Swedish krona – Wikipedia
Jump to Banknotes and coins per capita in circulation – The krona is the official currency of Sweden. Both the ISO ….. that hit Sweden in the early 1990s see the article History of Sweden (1991–present) and Swedish banking rescue.
- Banknote – Wikipedia
A banknote is a type of negotiable promissory note, made by a bank, payable to the bearer on …… Also in 2012, Sveriges Riksbank, the central bank of Sweden, was reported to analyze technological advances with regard to electronic money and … A few rare and historical banknotes have sold for more than a million dollars.
- First banknotes in Europe | Sveriges Riksbank – Riksbanken
It was Johan Palmstruch, founder of Stockholms Banco, Sweden’s first bank, who issued the banknotes. The background to this was that, in 1660, the central government had started to mint new coins of a lower weight than the older ones. … Instead, the new certificates were handed out as loans from the bank.
- Europe’s first banknotes issued in Sweden | History Today
Jul 7, 2011 – Richard Cavendish explains how Europe’s earliest modern-style banknotes were introduced by the Bank of Stockholm in the 17th century.