The design of each banknote in the series incorporates various security devices. When the banknotes are tilted, various motifs appear in the hologram. Also, fluorescent colours, which are visible under ultraviolet light, are used on both sides of the banknotes.
100 kroner: Hologram: Two musical notes, the Roman numeral "C." and the number "100." When the note is tilted the "C" grows larger and a rainbow appears. Using a magnifying glass, it is possible to see a microprinted "100" in the outer line around the letter "C." Fluorescent effects: Basilisk on obverse and orange print on the reverse.
200 kroner: Hologram: A lion, the Roman numeral "CC," and the number "200." When the note is tilted the "CC" grows larger. Fluorescent effects: Lion on obverse and green print on the reverse.
500 kroner: Hologram: An atom, the number 500, and the Roman numeral "D". The current version of the 500 kroner banknote was designed to be very hard to counterfeit. The hologram cannot be colour copied. Fluorescent effects: Knight on obverse and orange print on the reverse.
1000 kroner: Hologram: A palette, the number 1000 and the Roman numeral "M". Fluorescent effects: Horseman on obverse and orange print on the reverse.
During 2002–2005, additional security features were added.
|Value||Dimensions||Main colour||Description||Date of|
|50 kroner||125 × 72 mm||Purple||Karen Blixen||Centaur from Landet Church||As portrait||1999
|7 May 1999
25 August 2005
|100 kroner||135 × 72 mm||Orange||Carl Nielsen||Basilisk from Tømmerby Church||1999
|22 November 1999
27 November 2002
|200 kroner||145 × 72 mm||Green||Johanne Luise Heiberg||Lion from Viborg Cathedral||1997
|10 March 1997
9 April 2003
|500 kroner||155 × 72 mm||Blue||Niels Bohr||Knight fighting a dragon from Lihme Church||1997
|12 September 1997
24 September 2003
|1000 kroner||165 × 72 mm||Red||Anna, Michael Ancher||Tournament from Bislev Church||Anna Ancher||1998
|18 September 1998
25 November 2004
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