Banknotes from the City of Linz

Linz is the capital city of the Federal State of Upper Austria. It has a population of 194,522 inhabitants. After the First World War, Stadtgemeinde (English: city) Linz issued notgeld in response to a severe shortage of currency. Private notgeld was also issued in Linz by Schiffswerft Linz, Karl Decho, Deutsche Freiheits- U. Ordnungspartei, Gottfried Drahtlehner, Josef Drahtlehner, Ecker & Sager, Deutschösterr. Eisenbahnbeamtenverein, Josef Feichtingers Erben, Kath.Frauen-Organisation, Freie Vereinigung Der Mütter Und Frauen Von Kriegsgefangenen, Bäckerei A. Fuchs, Gaswerk Linz, Hans Helletzgruber, Karl Helletzgruber, Johann Hofer, Hotel Kanone, Kegelgesellschaft "Hoher Schrumm" Zu Linz, Johanna Kern, Franz Klein, Kolosseum, Vinzenz Langhammer, Kath. Meisleder, Miedl, I. Mittelstands-Wirtschafts-Genossenschaft, Adolf Nestler, Personalküche Der Postanstalt Linz, Filipp Pointner, Pressverein Linz, Vinzenz Ressl, Mathias Schmidberger, F. Steurer, and Wirtschaftsverband Der Mil. Gagisten.
Wikidata: Q41329

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Krone (notgeld, 1918-1921)

1 Krone = 100 Heller

20 Heller (Linz)
1920

Local banknote
Jaksc/Pick# JPR0533b-20
Available for swap 50 Heller (Linz)
1920

Local banknote
Jaksc/Pick# JPR0529b-50
20 Heller (Linz)
1920

Local banknote
50 × 76 mm

Numista referee for banknotes of this issuer is alamir.

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