Discussion in 'World Coins' started by sakata, Aug 27, 2017.
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That's 100 kroner, right, @expat? Not just one - but one-hundred. Very nice. Silver? Is that what the "AR" means?
Coat of arms, crowned with the kings crown.
·NORGES KONGE I 25 ÅR·
100 KR 1982
Translation: King of Norway for 25 years.
Thanks, Ed! I need to learn me some Norwegian and Danish. Some common words are so close to German English but apparently not these words. "I" is "for"? In German it would most like be something like "für" or "seit" "25 Jahren." And then the "AR" must be "years" or "Jahren." Hmmm . . close to jahren without the J.
Yes a typo on the denomination, lol. This time difference between countries sure makes things a little difficult at times.
Separate names with a comma.