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10 Schilling

Features

Country Austria
Issuing bank Österreichische Nationalbank (National Bank of Austria)
Period Second Republic (1945-date)
Type Standard banknote
Year 1950
Value 10 Schilling (10 ATS)
Currency Second Schilling (1945-2001)
Composition Paper
Size 132 × 65 mm
Demonetized 04-15-1959
References KK# 235,
Johann Kodnar, Norbert Künstner; 2018. Katalog der österreichischen Banknoten ab 1759. Wien Eigenverlag Johann Kodnar und Norbert Künstner, Vienna. ISBN 9783950433418.
P# 127
  • Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Modern issues 1961-present (25th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA. ISBN 9781440248986.
  • Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2016. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. General issues, 1368-1960 (16th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA. ISBN 9781440247071.
  • George S. Cuhaj (editor); 2013. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Specialized Issues (12th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA. ISBN 9781440238833.

Obverse

Lettering:
Oesterreichische Nationalbank
Zehn Schilling

Engraver: Rupert Franke

Franke Rupert (also Ruppert; 30 October 1888, Vienna – 1971, Vienna) was an Austrian graphic designer and engraver, pupil of Alfred Cossmann. He worked for the Austro-Hungarian Bank until its liquidation, then for the Hungarian Banknote Printing Company, and later for the Oesterreichische Nationalbank. He was the engraver of many pengő banknotes and the designer of the low denomination pengő banknote series of 1938. He also designed Schilling banknotes.

Designer: Rupert Franke

Franke Rupert (also Ruppert; 30 October 1888, Vienna – 1971, Vienna) was an Austrian graphic designer and engraver, pupil of Alfred Cossmann. He worked for the Austro-Hungarian Bank until its liquidation, then for the Hungarian Banknote Printing Company, and later for the Oesterreichische Nationalbank. He was the engraver of many pengő banknotes and the designer of the low denomination pengő banknote series of 1938. He also designed Schilling banknotes.

Reverse

Engraver: Rupert Franke

Franke Rupert (also Ruppert; 30 October 1888, Vienna – 1971, Vienna) was an Austrian graphic designer and engraver, pupil of Alfred Cossmann. He worked for the Austro-Hungarian Bank until its liquidation, then for the Hungarian Banknote Printing Company, and later for the Oesterreichische Nationalbank. He was the engraver of many pengő banknotes and the designer of the low denomination pengő banknote series of 1938. He also designed Schilling banknotes.

Designer: Erhard Amadeus-Dier

Erhard Amadeus-Dier (8 February 1893, Vienna – 25 September 1969, Klosterneuburg, Lower Austria ) was an Austrian painter and graphic artist who studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. From 1921, he was a member of the Vienna Künstlerhaus (House of Artists). He was active as a member of the Austrian resistance during National Socialist period. From 1939 to 1942, he was head-designer at the porcelain manufacturer Rosenthal, in Berlin. He received various national and international awards. He created designs for Austrian banknotes, tapestries, wallpapers and church windows.

Comments

In circulation from 26 May 1951

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Date VG F VF XF AU UNC Frequency
1950  100% KK#235a; Issued note
1950  0% KK#235s; Specimen

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