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Initially, the Estonian kroon was pegged to the Deutsche Mark at a rate of 8 krooni = 1 Deutsche Mark. After the introduction of the euro the fixed exchange rate of 1.95583 DEM to EUR led to an exchange rate of 15.64664 krooni to the euro. — “Estonian kroon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Reverse of the 50 krooni bill. The Estonian 50 krooni bill (50 EEK) is a denomination of Estonian currency. The only printing of the 50 krooni banknote took place in 1994. — “50 krooni - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
The Estonian 500 krooni bill (500 EEK) is a denomination of the Carl Robert Jakobson (1841–1882), who was an Estonian politician, publisher, writer and promoter of agriculture, is featured on the front side of the bill, which is why the 500 krooni bill is often called a "Jakobson". — “500 krooni - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org