1 Krone

1 Krone -  obverse1 Krone -  reverse

Obverse © KRISHNA KAMESWAR@AMALAPURAM - Reverse © PUTSA KRISHNA KAMESWAR@AMALAPURAM

Features

Country Austria
Period Republic of German-Austria (1918-1919)
Type Standard banknote
Year 1916
Value 1 Krone (1)
Currency Krone (1919-1925)
Composition Paper
Size 113 × 68 mm
Shape Rectangular
References KK# 133,
Johann Kodnar, Norbert Künstner; 2018. Katalog der österreichischen Banknoten ab 1759. Wien Eigenverlag Johann Kodnar und Norbert Künstner, Vienna.
P# 49
  • Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2016. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. General issues, 1368-1960 (16th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA.
  • George S. Cuhaj (editor); 2013. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Specialized Issues (12th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA.
  • Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Modern issues 1961-present (25th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA.

Obverse

Overprint "DEUTSCHÖSTERREICH" on AUSTRIA P-20.

Lettering:
DEUTSCHOSTERREICH
EINE KRONE
EGY KORONA

Translation:
GERMAN AUSTRIA
1 KRONE
1 KRONE

Designers: Rudolf Rössler , Rudolf Junk , Alois Hans Schramm

Rudolf Rössler (28 April 1864, Gablonz an der Neisse – 16 October 1934, Vienna) was an Austrian genre painter and craftsman. He studied at the Academy of Arts in Vienna and taught at the Vienna School of Applied Arts between 1887 and 1893.
Rudolf Junk (23 February 1880, Vienna – 20 December 1943, Rekawinkel, Lower Austria ) was an Austrian graphic artist and painter. He was the pupil of artist Heinrich Lefler. From 1908, he was a member of the Hagenbund Society, becoming president in 1911. From 1924 to 1943, he was the director of the Federal Training and Research Institute of Graphic Arts in Vienna. As a commercial artist at the Austrian state printing press, he designed numerous Austrian kronen and shilling banknotes, as well as an array of bonds, stamps and postage stamps.
Alois Hans Schram (also Schramm; 1864, Vienna – 1919, Vienna) was a painter, sculptor and poster designer. He was the pupil of Hans Makart. From 1890 he was a member of the Vienna Künstlerhaus. Most famous representative of the late phase of the neo-barock movement, he worked mainly as a portraitist and decorator. He decorated many famous public and private buildings, such as the Vienna Parliament and Neue Hofburg, as well as the court house in Salzburg.

Reverse

Lettering:
JEDNA KORUNA
ENA KRONA

Translation:
ONE KRONE
ONE KRONE

Designers: Alois Hans Schramm , Rudolf Rössler , Rudolf Junk

Alois Hans Schram (also Schramm; 1864, Vienna – 1919, Vienna) was a painter, sculptor and poster designer. He was the pupil of Hans Makart. From 1890 he was a member of the Vienna Künstlerhaus. Most famous representative of the late phase of the neo-barock movement, he worked mainly as a portraitist and decorator. He decorated many famous public and private buildings, such as the Vienna Parliament and Neue Hofburg, as well as the court house in Salzburg.
Rudolf Rössler (28 April 1864, Gablonz an der Neisse – 16 October 1934, Vienna) was an Austrian genre painter and craftsman. He studied at the Academy of Arts in Vienna and taught at the Vienna School of Applied Arts between 1887 and 1893.
Rudolf Junk (23 February 1880, Vienna – 20 December 1943, Rekawinkel, Lower Austria ) was an Austrian graphic artist and painter. He was the pupil of artist Heinrich Lefler. From 1908, he was a member of the Hagenbund Society, becoming president in 1911. From 1924 to 1943, he was the director of the Federal Training and Research Institute of Graphic Arts in Vienna. As a commercial artist at the Austrian state printing press, he designed numerous Austrian kronen and shilling banknotes, as well as an array of bonds, stamps and postage stamps.

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Date VG F VF XF AU UNC
ND (1916)  1.20 1.56 2.99

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