|1 øre||Crown of Grand Duke Reginald Leopold the Great||Eagle's Talon (symbol of The Royal Treasury)|
|5 øre||Crown of Grand Duke Reginald Leopold the Great||Eagle's Talon (symbol of The Royal Treasury)|
|10 øre||Crown of Grand Duke Reginald Leopold the Great||Eagle's Talon (symbol of The Royal Treasury)|
|25 øre||Monogram of Grand Duke Reginald Leopold the Great||Hampton Palace|
|50 øre||Monogram of Grand Duke Reginald Leopold the Great||Hall of The Charter|
|1 krone||Portrait of Grand Duke Ansgar I||Great Seal of the Order of the Sacred Eagle|
|2 krone||Portrait of Grand Duke Christian IX||Great Seal of the Order of the Sacred Eagle|
|5 krone||Portrait of Grand Duke Harald V||Great Seal of the Order of the Sacred Eagle|
|1 krone||Grand Duke Adolph the Great||Hampton Palace|
|2 krone||Charles Allenby||Royal Congressional Complex|
|5 krone||Prince Elector Fredrick V||Great Seal of the Royal Senate|
|10 krone||Grand Duke Olav III||Royal Treasury Building|
|20 krone||Grand Duke Christian II||Hall of The Charter|
|50 krone||Grand Duke Christian IX||Tomb of the Martyrs|
|100 krone||Erik Allenby||Yespani Royal Palace|
|250 krone||Lars Allenby||Obelisk of the Dukes|
|500 krone||Kenith Easton||Great Seal of the Order of the Sacred Eagle|
|1000 krone||Ragnar Lodbrok||Port of Old Seaburg|
|2500 krone||Otto von Gersten||Joint High Command Headquarters|
|5000 krone||Grand Duke Reginald Leopold the Great||Sword of State|
The Hamptonian krone is the currency used in Hamptonshire and the Dominions of the United Realms. The plural form is "kroner" and one krone is divided into 100 øre, singular and plural. The krone is one of the strongest and most stable currencies in the NS world.
In the spring of 1707, it was decided by the Royal Senate that Hamptonshire should abandon the Danish Rigsdaler in favor of a less Danish-centric currency. When the exchange process began in the winter of 1707 the rigsdaler was replaced at the rate of 3 rigsdaler to the krone. Within two years there was enough printed krone notes and minted coins to replace all Rigsdaler within the Grand Duchy.
The krone was fixed at a one to one ratio with the Pacitalian douro in the late twentieth century to better facilitate the economic and trading links between the two nations. Recently, however, Hamptonian businessmen and academics have argued that the Hamptonian krone is dangerously undervalued. While neither nation wants to abandoned the fixed rate between the krone and douro, the possibility of a joint reevaluation has been explored from time to time by the Hamptonian Finance Ministry.