Norges Bank

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Old banknotes

After 14 November 2020, the old banknotes will be redeemable at Norges Bank for a minimum of 10 years.

Poster "What to do with old banknotes?"

After 14 November 2020, the old banknotes are redeemable at Norges Bank for a minimum of 10 years.

English version | Norwegian version

Mobile app

"Nye sedler" is Norges Bank's mobile app for checking the new banknotes. The app displays the key security features on the new banknotes to help you tell the difference between a genuine banknote and a counterfeit. The app is free and available to download on the App Store or on Google Play.

Download on the App Store Get it on Google Play

Printed information material

Norges Bank has produced an assortment of print information material on the new banknotes.

The following items are available for ordering:

Poster "How to determine that the new banknote is genuine"

New 1000-krone banknote

Preview poster

Mini-folder "Look, tilt, feel"

Width: 8.5 cm, Height: 6 cm when folded

Preview mini-folder

Brochure: "The new 1000-krone banknote"

A5 landscape format (14.8 cm x 21 cm), 12 pages

Preview brochure

 

 

How to order:

Most of the printed materials will be available in Bokmål, Nynorsk and English. If you have any questions about the information material or would like to order, please contact: andreas.andersen@norges-bank.no

Adaptation of Banknote Handling Machines, e.g. POS and ATM terminals

Norges Bank regularly sends information to suppliers and owners of banknote handling machines, in order to ensure that the new banknotes will function in these machines.

Interested parties with a need for this type of information, and who have not been in contact with Norges Bank, may send inquiries to: KBkontroll@norges-bank.no

Edited 2 November 2020 18:00
Edited 2 November 2020 18:00