Banknotes of Denmark 100 Danish Krone, 2009 Bridge series.

World money Denmark banknotes100 Danish Krone, Bridge series
 The new Danish 100-krone banknote, Bridge series
world paper money Denmark 100 Danish Krone note bill
Denmark 100 Kroner
Banknotes of Denmark 100 Danish Krone, issued by the Danish National Bank.

The theme of the new Danish banknotes is Danish bridges and the surrounding landscapes, or details from these landscapes. The artist Karin Birgitte Lund has chosen to interpret this theme in two ways: bridges as links between various parts of Denmark and as links between the past and the present. The present is represented by the bridges, the past by five distinctive prehistoric objects found near the bridges.

Obverse: The Old Little Belt Bridge.
 The Old Little Belt Bridge, linking Erritsø in Jutland to Middelfart on Funen, was opened in 1935. The bridge was originally planned as a railway bridge in 1924, but the decision was later made to include roadways. The bridge is 1,178 meters long and has a maximum vertical clearance of 33 meters.

Reverse: The Hindsgavl Dagger; The now famous locations marked on the map of northern Denmark.
The Hindsgavl Dagger.
The finest example of a flint-knapped dagger is the 29.5 cm long flint dagger that was found in about 1867 on the island of Fænø in the Little Belt opposite the Hindsgavl peninsula. This type of dagger is called the 'fish-tail design' due to the shape of the handle. The Stone Age dagger is from the latter part of the Dagger Period, 1900-1700 BC, and resembles metal daggers that have handles topped with an oval disk. The exquisite flint knapping shows the lengths to which the flint knappers went to compete with the increasingly popular metal goods that ultimately put the craft of flint knapping out of business.
Designer: Artist Karin Birgitte Lund.
Watermark: 100; Front of a Viking ship.
Date of Issue: The 100-krone banknote, depicting The Old Little Belt Bridge and The Hindsgavl Dagger, was issued on 4 May 2010.
Printed by Danmarks Nationalbank's Banknote Printing Works.
The paper: The banknotes are printed on dirt-resistant cotton paper that is much stronger than normal writing paper.
Banknote validity: All Danish banknotes issued after 1945 are still valid and will be exchanged at face value by Danmarks Nationalbank.
Texts: Danmarks Nationalbank; Et Hundrede Kroner; Gamle Lillebæltsbro; Hindsgavldolken; Udstedt i henhold til lov om Danmarks Nationalbank.