Paravian reni

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Paravian reni
Paravisk reni (Norwegian)

Banknotes of the Reni
ISO 4217
Banknotes50, 100, 200, 500, 1000
Coins1, 5, 10, 20
User(s) Empire of Paravia
Central bankDen Paraviske Riksbanken
MintParavian Treasury

The Paravian reni, simply known as the reni (code: PVR), is the official currency of the Empire of Paravia. The reni is subdivided into 100 øre. It coexists with the krone as Paravian tender.


The reni is subdivided into 100 ører per 1 reni. There are currently 1, 5, 10 and 20 reni coins in circulation.


The first series of reni was designed by the Emperor in 2014. On 12 July 2017, a new banknote series was designed by the Ryksdrucherye, an Abeldane designing company, and was revealed on the same day. A few days later the first reni coins were designed. They were designed by the emperor, in some collaboration with the Ryksdrucherye.


2016 Series
Image Value Description
Obverse Reverse Obverse Reverse
20 reni Patrick I Coat of arms of Paravia; Value and official name of the country in Norwegian and English
10 reni Coat of arms of the Riksting; Value and official name of the country in English and Norwegian
5 reni Monogram of Patrick I Emblem of the Riksmarine; Value and national motto in Norwegian and English
1 reni Emblem of the Riksguard; Value and Riksguard motto in English and Norwegian
All coins are designed and minted by the The Paravian Imperial Bank.


2015 Series
Image Value Main Colour Description
Obverse Reverse Obverse Reverse Issue
50 reni Purple Patrick I The Clyne 2017
100 reni Yellow/Brown Sugarloaf
200 reni Red Kronsborg Fortress
500 reni Blue Paravian Grenada
1000 reni Light green Strømvik
All banknotes are designed by Ryksdrucherye.

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