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Banknotes from Austria (Habsburg)

Austria (Habsburg) refers to the period of time when Austria, and its constituent parts, were under the dominion of the House of Habsburg , beginning with the union of several duchies in the Holy Roman Empire in 1273. The conglomeration issued various thaler coins in concordant with the rest of the HRE, which it dominated by the 15th century. Various wars of succession throughout the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries resulted in Habsburg power being limited to the Austrian possessions, which had grown to include many non-Germanic lands. The Empire, formalized in 1804, adopted a decimal version of the Gulden (adopted 1754) in 1857. The 1867 compromise saw the now Austria-Hungary dualized, with the introduction of a new kroner currency in 1892, at a 1:1 rate against the Hungarian florin (forint) and the Austrian korona, a par set since the Hungarian satellite currency's introduction in 1857. The unstable empire was rocked by ethnic crises leading up to the outbreak of WWI in 1914, eventually ending in it's dissolution and implosion in 1918, setting up the new Austrian Republic and other central European states.
Wikidata: Q153136

See also: Austria, Austrian states, Czechoslovakia, German states, Austrian Netherlands, Austrian Partition of Poland

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Austro-Hungarian gulden (1754-1857)

8 Heller = 1 Kreuzer • 60 Kreuzer = 1 Gulden

1 Gulden
1800

Standard banknote
73 × 155 mm
P# A29
2 Gulden
1800

Standard banknote
75 × 160 mm
P# A30
5 Gulden
1759

Standard banknote
5 Gulden
1794

Standard banknote
87 × 190 mm
P# A15
5 Gulden
(1806)

Standard banknote
77 × 160 mm
P# A31
5 Gulden
(1806)

Standard banknote
78 × 140 mm
P# A38
10 Gulden
1759

Standard banknote
P# A1
10 Gulden
1800

Standard banknote
83 × 150 mm
KK# 33, P# A32
10 Gulden
1841

Standard banknote
105 × 130 mm
KK# 74, P# A71
10 Gulden
1854

Standard banknote
145 × 115 mm
KK# 90, P# A83
20 Gulden
1759

Standard banknote
P# A2
25 Gulden
1806

Standard banknote
90 × 160 mm
P# A40

Austro-Hungarian gulden (decimalized, 1857-1892)

100 Kreuzer = 1 Gulden

10 Kreuzer
1860

Standard banknote
86 × 37 mm
KK# 96, P# A95
10 Kreuzer
1860

88 × 39 mm
KK# 97, P# A94
10 Kreuzer
1860

56 × 39 mm
KK# 98, P# A93
10 Gulden
1880

Standard banknote
KK# 104, P# 1
1 Gulden - Franz Joseph I
1882

70 × 120 mm
KK# 108, P# A153
Available for swap 1 Gulden - Franz Joseph I
1888

68.5 × 105 mm
KK# 110, P# A156
5 Gulden
(1866-1867)

136 × 91 mm
KK# 102, P# A151
10 Gulden
1863

Standard banknote
142 × 115 mm
KK# 99, P# A89

Numista referee for banknotes of this issuer is imreh, stratocaster.

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