|Zealandian Krona |
|Plural||Kronor (English and Swedish) Kronori (Zealandian)|
|Nickname||The Krone, Ks, Krona|
|Banknotes||5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500|
|Coins||1, 2, 0.50, Kronor|
|User(s)|| Commonwealth of Zealandia (former user)|
Marxist People's Republic of Burkland (former user)
|Central bank||Central People's Bank of Zealandia|
|Pegged with||Swedish Krona (2 ZEK is worth 1 SEK)|
The Zealandian Krona (Swedish: Zeelandiens Krona Zealandian: Zålandienš Kronor) was the currency of Zealandia.
The Zealandian Krona had been created by the Zealandian Government shortly after the Zealandian Pound was dropped. The Zealandian Pound was originally worth $NZD 1 until December 2011.
The first set of banknotes issued by Zealandian Treasury were designed by Charlotte Lindstrom, these note are based off the St. Charlian Pianeta. These notes were valid and in circulation until March 2012.
On November 12 2016 the Zealandian Government replaced the Krona with the Zealandian Credit.
First Series: (2011 Series)
|5kr||7.28 x 16.99 cm||white||Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II|
|10kr||7.28 x 16.99 cm||white||Portrait of V. Lenin|
|20kr||7.28 x 16.99 cm||White||Portrait of Olof Palme|
|50kr||7.28 x 16.99 cm||White||Portrait of Karl Marx|
|100kr||7.30x17.00||white||Portrait of Che Guevara|
2012 Series (second and last series)
|5 Kr||7.28 x 16.99 cm||Pink||None|
|10 Kr||7.28 x 16.99 cm||Purple||None|
|20 Kr||7.28 x 16.99 cm||Green||None|
|50 Kr||7.28 x 16.99 cm||Gold||None|