2 krooni

Estonia 2 krooni 2006 obv Estonia 2 krooni 2006 rev

Note from 2006

General information

Flag of Estonia Estonia


2.00 krooni


140 mm


69 mm

Security features
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gray, blue


Karl Ernst von Baer


University of Tartu

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The 2 kroon banknote, sometimes referred to as the kahene, was first printed by Estonia in 1992. Since, it was printed in 2006 and 2007. After the euro replaced the kroon, the note is now equivalent to €0.13.

It was predominantly colored gray and blue, and measured 140 millimeters in width by 69 millimeters in height. Depicted on the obverse was Estonian biologist, Karl Ernst von Baer. Displayed on the reverse was the University of Tartu. For security, the 1992 note was printed on secure paper, and implemented a watermark and security strip. The 2006 and 2007 issues included much more security, having a watermark, security thread, microprinting, tactile features, line structures, a latent number, and ultraviolet features.


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