Banknotes from Austria

Austria (Republik Österreich) is a small mountainous country located in Central Europe. It is renowned for its musical culture and south German, Alpine traditions. The First Republic of Austria was established after WWI in 1918 and lasted until annexation by Germany in 1938. Upon victory, the Allies occupied Austria from 1945, with the Second Republic officially established with the Austrian State Treaty in 1955. The Austrian Republic's first currency was the Krone, replaced by the more stable Schilling in 1924. The German occupiers replaced it with the Reichsmark, but the Allies reinstated the Schilling again in 1947. The post-war Schilling was pegged to the Deutschmark and succeeded by the Euro in 1999.
Wikidata: Q40

See also: Austrian states, Archduchy of Austria

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Krone (1919-1925)

1 Krone = 100 Heller

40 heler
1920

Local banknote
110 × 75 mm
N# 327225
60 heller
1920

Local banknote
110 × 75 mm
N# 327227
Available for swap 1 Krone
(1916)

Standard banknote
113 × 68 mm
KK# 133, Pick Au# 193, P# 49, N# 202736
1 Krone
1920

112 × 68 mm
KK# 151, P# 41, N# 217796
Available for swap 1 Krone
1922

Standard banknote
76 × 56 mm
KK# 165, Pick Au# 229, P# 73, N# 205387
Available for swap 2 Kronen
(1917)

Standard banknote
124 × 84 mm
KK# 134, P# 50, N# 202742
2 Kronen
1920

Standard banknote
125 × 83 mm
KK# 152, Pick Au# 212, P# 42, N# 217798
Available for swap 2 Kronen
1922

Standard banknote
82 × 60 mm
KK# 166, Pick Au# 230, P# 74, N# 205388
Available for swap 10 Kronen
(1919)

Standard banknote
148 × 80 mm
KK# 135, P# 51, N# 206765
10 Kronen
1920

Standard banknote

KK# 153, P# 43, N# 217799
Available for swap 10 Kronen
1922

Standard banknote
94 × 70 mm
KK# 167, P# 231, P# 75, N# 206760