Banknotes from the Municipality of Feuersbrunn

Feuersbrunn is one of the oldest wine cities (German: Weinbauorte) in Lower Austria. It was first mentioned in a document in 1149 as "Vuzzesprunnen". The current name dates from 1601. On 17 July 1850, Feuersbrunn became an independent commune (German: Ortsgemeinde). On 1 January 1967, Wagram am Wagram and Feuersbrunn merged and formed one municipality (German: Gemeinde). Since 1 January 1971, Feuersbrunn is a locality (German: Ortschaft) in the Market Town (German: Marktgemeinde) of Grafenwörth, Tulln District, Federal State of Lower Austria. It had a population of 609 inhabitants as of 1 January 2019. After the First World War, Gemeinde Feuersbrunn (English: Municipality of Feuersbrunn) issued notgeld in response to a severe shortage of currency.
Wikidata: Q1409656

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Krone (notgeld, 1918-1921)

1 Krone = 100 Heller

Available for swap 10 Heller (Feuersbrunn)
1920

Local banknote
Jaksc/Pick# JPR0199-10
Available for swap 20 Heller (Feuersbrunn)
1920

Local banknote
Jaksc/Pick# JPR0199-20
Available for swap 50 Heller (Feuersbrunn)
1920

Local banknote
Jaksc/Pick# JPR0199-50

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