QR bar codes
QR Code is a type of two-dimensional "bar" code developed in 1994 by the Japanese company Denso-Wave. "QR" is short for quick response, reflecting the system designers' intention to make QR codes easy and fast to read.
The Royal Danish Mint has chosen to use bar codes in the QR format, which is also used at http://www.ecb.int.
The Royal Danish Mint has inserted QR codes on most of its web pages. The QR code for the individual page can be found in the top right-hand corner above the "Print" item. Click the item to view the QR code, which can then be read into your mobile phone via a bar code reader. To view a larger icon, click the top left-hand corner of the icon (the little square box). Now you can enlarge the icon using your mouse scroll wheel. The QR code is automatically hidden again when you click the surrounding grey area.
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