The first paper money of Denmark and Norway
In Denmark in 1713 during Northern war by the decree from April, 8th, 1713 paper bank notes of various face values (from 1 mark to 100 rigsdalers) have been let out by royal exchequer. Regular release of banknotes of the beginnings since 1737 to carry out the Copenhagen Assignation, bill and extra bank (Kiobenhavnske Assignation - Vexel - og Laane - Banque), transformed in 1819 in National bank in Copenhagen (Nationalbanken i Кiobenhavn). From the end of 18 centuries paper bank notes and in the Danish West Indies also have started to be issued.
In Norway (which till 1814 was in the union with the Danish kingdom, and with 1814 for 1905 as a part of the Swedish kingdom) the first paper bank notes have been let out in 1695 by royal exchequer (the Danish royal exchequer in Copenhagen for kingdom of Norway) face values from 10 to 100 rigsdalers.
These signs have been let out at the initiative of Tor Mehlen merchant and have received the name "money a Tor Mehlen". Constant release of banknotes in Norway has begun since 1817 Norges Bank i Tgopdhjem.
the Author: Denisov A.E.