Danish krone

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Two kroner coins from 1912

The Danish krone is the money used in Denmark and Greenland. 100 øre are 1 krone. It first became the national currency in 1873 when it replaced the "rigsdaler".[1] Krone is the Danish word for crown. The plural of krone is kroner.

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  1. "Danish Krone | Converter-Currency.com". converter-currency.com. Archived from the original on 28 June 2009. Retrieved 29 March 2010.

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