100 Schilling

Features

Country Austria
Issuing bank Österreichische Nationalbank (National Bank of Austria)
Period First Republic (1919-1934)
Type Standard banknote
Year 1925
Value 100 Schilling (100 ATO)
Currency First Schilling (1925-1938)
Composition Paper
Size 193 × 93 mm
Shape Rectangular
Demonetized 06-30-1929
Number N# 226710
Numista (https://numista.com)
References KK# 181,
Johann Kodnar, Norbert Künstner; 2018. Katalog der österreichischen Banknoten ab 1759. Wien Eigenverlag Johann Kodnar und Norbert Künstner, Vienna.
P# 91
Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Modern issues 1961-present (25th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA.
And 2 more volumes.

Obverse

Coat of arms at left. Front-facing head of a woman at right.

Lettering:
100 100
Hundert
Schillinge
Wien, am 2. Jänner 1925
Oeſterreichiſche Nationalbank
Präſident
Generalrat Generaldirektor
HUNDERT SCHILLINGE + HUNDERT SCHILLINGE

Designers: Rudolf Junk , Karl Sterrer

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.
Karl Sterrer (1885, Vienna – 1972, Vienna) was a painter and graphic artist. He was the son of the sculptor Carl Sterrer. He created famous propaganda posters for the war effort during the First World War. His work received many national and international awards, such as the Prix de Rome, the Kaiserpreis and the Reichel Prize. In 1953, he received the Austrian state prize. From 1921, he taught at the Vienna Academy and was its rector between 1937 and 1938.

Reverse

Lettering:
100 HUNDERT SCHILLINGE 100
100
DIE NACHMACHUNG DER BANKNO ·
TEN WIRD GESETZLICH BESTRAFT

Designers: Rudolf Junk , Karl Sterrer

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.
Karl Sterrer (1885, Vienna – 1972, Vienna) was a painter and graphic artist. He was the son of the sculptor Carl Sterrer. He created famous propaganda posters for the war effort during the First World War. His work received many national and international awards, such as the Prix de Rome, the Kaiserpreis and the Reichel Prize. In 1953, he received the Austrian state prize. From 1921, he taught at the Vienna Academy and was its rector between 1937 and 1938.

Comments

In circulation from 26.03.1925

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Date VG F VF XF AU UNC
1925-Jan-2  KK#110s Specimen
1925-Jan-2  KK#181a Issued note

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