• 2 Øre 1959-1972, KM# 410, Norway, Olav V
  • 2 Øre 1959-1972, KM# 410, Norway, Olav V

Crowned monogram of Olav V (V inside O).

The official crown of Norway has its official heraldic rendition. This design has been changed over the years and is most commonly recognised sitting atop the Coat of arms of Norway. The demi-lion on top of the crown was used by Norwegian governmental authorities from 1905, but was often omitted from about the year 1920, and officially omitted in the Royal Decree on the "arms of the realm" from March 19th, 1937.



Black grouse facing right, year above, country below, value on right.

The black grouse or blackgame or blackcock (Tetrao tetrix) is a large game bird in the grouse family. It is a sedentary species, breeding across northern Eurasia in moorland and bog areas near to woodland, mostly boreal. The black grouse is closely related to the Caucasian grouse.

Mintmark of the Mint of Norway: ⚒ (crossed hammers)

Engraver: Per Palle Storm

⚒ 1972


2 Øre

Large letters
KM# 410 Schön# 57.2
Material Bronze
Weight 4 g
Diameter 21 mm
Thickness 1.6 mm
Shape round
Alignment Medal
Mint of Norway

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Bronze, 4 g, ⌀ 21 mm