Meanwhile, the rest of us can just marvel at how pleasant this taping process is to look at. You can pick one up here!
The backsides of the new banknotes feature color palettes that look like digitally blurred versions of the images found on the fronts of the bills. Both sides of the bills were selected by Norges Bank during a competition held in the spring of 2014.
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