Banknotes from the Market Town of Kilb

Kilb is a market town in the Melk District, Federal State of Lower Austria. It has a population of 2,572 inhabitants. After the First World War, Marktgemeinde Kilb (English: Market Town of Kilb) issued notgeld in response to a severe shortage of currency. Private notgeld was also issued in Kilb by Pfarrgemeinde, and Sparkasse Für Kilb Und Umgebung.
Wikidata: Q122278

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Krone (notgeld, 1918-1921)

1 Krone = 100 Heller

10 Heller (Kilb)
1920

Local banknote

Jaksc/Pick# JPR0436Ia-10, N# 212231
10 Heller (Kilb)
1920

Local banknote

Jaksc/Pick# JPR0437IIb-10, N# 233208
20 Heller (Kilb)
1920

Local banknote

Jaksc/Pick# JPR0436Ia-20, N# 212232
20 Heller (Kilb)
1920

Local banknote

Jaksc/Pick# JPR0437IIb-20, N# 233207
50 Heller (Kilb)
1920

Local banknote

Jaksc/Pick# JPR0436Ia-50, N# 212233
50 Heller (Kilb)
1920

Local banknote

Jaksc/Pick# JPR0437IIb-50, N# 233209

The Numista referee for banknotes of this issuer is alamir.

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