10 Gulden


Country Austria - Habsburg
Issuing bank Privilegirte Österreichische Nationalbank (Privileged Austrian National Bank)
Emperor Ferdinand I (1835-1848)
Type Standard banknote
Year 1841
Value 10 Gulden (10)
Currency Austro-Hungarian gulden (1754-1857)
Composition Paper
Size 105 × 130 mm
Shape Rectangular
Demonetized 07-31-1808
References KK# 74,
Johann Kodnar, Norbert Künstner; 2018. Katalog der österreichischen Banknoten ab 1759. Wien Eigenverlag Johann Kodnar und Norbert Künstner, Vienna. ISBN 9783950433418.
P# A71
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Head of personified Austria facing right in round medallion. Coat of arms of Austria above, cornucopia with fruit and sheaf of wheat to left and cornucopia with flowers and branch of laurel to right. Ribbon below.
Shield with coat of arms of Austria below. Two young boys to left and right holding flower wreath above shield. Two round wreaths of flowers in left and right fields.

10 X
Zehn Gulden
Die privilegirte National - Bank bezahlt dem Überbringer
gegen diese Anweisung Zehn Gulden Silbermünze nach dem Conventions-Susse
für die privilegirte OESTERREICHISCHE National-Bank
Wien, den 1ten Jänner

Auf die Verfälschung und Nachahmung der Noten der Bank ſind dieſelben Strafen verhängt, welche auf die Verfälschung und Nachahmung des vom Staate ausgegebenen Papiergeldes geſetzt ſind. Die Behörden ſind verpflichtet, die dieſsfälligen Verbrecher aufzusuchen anzuhalten und zu beſtrafen.

Zehn G.
Zehn Guld
78 L

Designer: Peter Fendi

Peter Fendi (4 September 1796 – 28 August 1842) was an Austrian court painter, portrait and genre painter, engraver, and lithographer. He painted many individuals from the Viennese aristocracy. He was one of the leading artists of the Biedermeier period alongside Waldmüller and Danhauser. As a child, he demonstrated impressive talent for drawing and at the age of 13 he joined the K.U.K Austrian Academy of art (for drawing). He became draughtsman at the coin and antique cabinet in Vienna in 1818. In the late 1920s, he focused on genre painting.


X P. Ö. N. B. 10

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1841  1 January 1841; Issued note
1841  Formular

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