Banknotes from the Market Town of Mauthausen

Mauthausen is a market town in the Perg District, Federal State of Upper Austria. It has a population of 4,849 inhabitants. After the First World War, Marktgemeinde Mauthausen (English: Market Town of Mauthausen) issued notgeld in response to a severe shortage of currency.
Wikidata: Q160139

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Krone (notgeld, 1918-1921)

1 Krone = 100 Heller

Available for swap 10 Heller (Mauthausen)

Local banknote

Jaksc/Pick# JPR0601IIIa-10, N# 238658
Available for swap 10 Heller (Mauthausen)
1920

Local banknote

Jaksc/Pick# JPR0601IIa-10, N# 213036
Available for swap 10 Heller (Mauthausen)
1920

Local banknote

N# 213033
20 Heller (Mauthausen)

Local banknote

Jaksc/Pick# JPR0601IIIa-20, N# 238659
20 Heller

Local banknote
62 × 83 mm
N# 251423
Available for swap 20 Heller (Mauthausen)
1920

Local banknote

Jaksc/Pick# JPR0601Ia-20, N# 213034
20 Heller (Mauthausen)
1920

Local banknote

Jaksc/Pick# JPR0601IIa-20, N# 213038
Available for swap 50 Heller (Mauthausen)

Local banknote
100 × 62 mm
Jaksc/Pick# JPR0601Ia-50, N# 208816
50 Heller (Mauthausen)

Local banknote

Jaksc/Pick# JPR0601IIIa-50, N# 238660
50 Heller

Local banknote
64 × 82 mm
N# 251422
50 Heller (Mauthausen)
1920

Local banknote

Jaksc/Pick# JPR0601IIa-50, N# 213039