Obverse

Large incused crown at top; below raised lettering in rectangular indentations "Gustaf VI Adolf King of Sweden". At bottom there are the mint mark of Sveriges Riksbank, Stockholm (crowned St. Eric) on the left and the Governor of the Riksbank's initials (TS: Torsten Swensson, 1945-1961 or U: Benkt Ulvfot, 1961-1986) on the right.

A heraldic representation of the crown of King Eric XIV of Sweden. The original crown was made in Stockholm in 1561 by Flemish goldsmith Cornelius ver Weiden, for the coronation of King Eric XIV. It is held in the Treasury under the Stockholm Palace along with the rest of the Swedish Royal Regalia. The crown is the official crown of the King of Sweden and is still used in ceremonies.

GUSTAF VI ADOLF
SVERIGES
KONUNG
U

Reverse

Big value (raised numeral in central round indentation) with a small crown above. Date and letters of the denomination in indentations respectively at sides and below central value.

19 5 63
ÖRE

Edge
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Characteristics
Material Bronze
Weight 8 g
Diameter 27 mm
Thickness 1.87 mm
Shape round
Alignment Medal
Mint
Sveriges Riksbank

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