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100 Schilling

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Country Austria
Issuing bank Österreichische Nationalbank (National Bank of Austria)
Period First Republic (1919-1934)
Type Standard banknote
Year 1927
Value 100 Schilling (100 ATO)
Currency First Schilling (1925-1938)
Composition Paper
Size 170 × 85 mm
Shape Rectangular
Demonetized 05-15-1938
References KK# 185,
Johann Kodnar, Norbert Künstner; 2018. Katalog der österreichischen Banknoten ab 1759. Wien Eigenverlag Johann Kodnar und Norbert Künstner, Vienna. ISBN 9783950433418.
P# 97
  • 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

Front-facing head of woman with star on her forehead representing the sciences.

Lettering:
Hundert
Schilling
Oesterreichische
Nationalbank
Wien, am 29 Mai 1945
DIE NACHMACHUNG DER BANKNO-
TEN WIRD GESETZLICH BESTRAFT.
100
W. DACHAUER INV.
F. SCHIRNBOCK SCULP.

Engraver: Ferdinand Schirnböck

Ferdinand Schirnböck (27 August 1859, Oberhollabrunn, Lower Austria - 16 September 1930, Perchtoldsdorf, Lower Austria) was an academic painter and engraver. Ferdinand Schirnböck came from a family of coopers.After his father died of cholera at an early age, his mother made it possible for him to attend the Hollabrunn grammar school, where his artistic talent was already evident. He then studied at the art school of the Austrian Museum of Commerce and at the Vienna Art Academy. There he attended a special class for engraving. He initially worked in Buenos Aires and designed Argentinian banknotes and stamps, for which he also made the copper and steel engravings. In 1892 he returned to Austria and worked for the Austro-Hungarian Bank (now the Austrian National Bank ) and the state printing house. Based on Koloman Moser's designs, he made the engravings for several stamp series that made him internationally famous. In 1906 he authored the series of stamps for Bosnia-Herzegovina, which deviated from the then usual depictions of heads of state and coat of arms and showed landscapes. The stamp series from 1908 on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the throne of Emperor Franz Joseph I, which was influenced by Art Nouveau and printed in multiple colors, influenced the portrayal of portraits on stamps. In the following years he made postage stamps for Albania , Bulgaria , Liechtenstein , Norway , Poland , Russia , Sweden , Turkey , Hungary , Vatican and Siam .

Designer: Wilhelm Dachauer

Wilhelm Dachauer (5 April 1881, Ried im Innkreis, Austria – 26 February 1951, Vienna) was an Austrian painter. He studied at the Akademie der bildenden Künste in Vienna from 1899 to 1907 and was professor from 1928 to 1944 at the same academy. He based his entire output around farming motifs. He designed numerous Austrian postage stamps. In 1926, his Nibelung series was awarded the the title of "most beautiful stamp in the world". From 1928 to 1944 he was professor at the Vienna Academy of Fine Art and also served there intermittently as rector.

Reverse

Academy of Sciences in Vienna.

Lettering:
100 100
hundert schilling

Engraver: Ferdinand Schirnböck

Ferdinand Schirnböck (27 August 1859, Oberhollabrunn, Lower Austria - 16 September 1930, Perchtoldsdorf, Lower Austria) was an academic painter and engraver. Ferdinand Schirnböck came from a family of coopers.After his father died of cholera at an early age, his mother made it possible for him to attend the Hollabrunn grammar school, where his artistic talent was already evident. He then studied at the art school of the Austrian Museum of Commerce and at the Vienna Art Academy. There he attended a special class for engraving. He initially worked in Buenos Aires and designed Argentinian banknotes and stamps, for which he also made the copper and steel engravings. In 1892 he returned to Austria and worked for the Austro-Hungarian Bank (now the Austrian National Bank ) and the state printing house. Based on Koloman Moser's designs, he made the engravings for several stamp series that made him internationally famous. In 1906 he authored the series of stamps for Bosnia-Herzegovina, which deviated from the then usual depictions of heads of state and coat of arms and showed landscapes. The stamp series from 1908 on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the throne of Emperor Franz Joseph I, which was influenced by Art Nouveau and printed in multiple colors, influenced the portrayal of portraits on stamps. In the following years he made postage stamps for Albania , Bulgaria , Liechtenstein , Norway , Poland , Russia , Sweden , Turkey , Hungary , Vatican and Siam .

Designer: Wilhelm Dachauer

Wilhelm Dachauer (5 April 1881, Ried im Innkreis, Austria – 26 February 1951, Vienna) was an Austrian painter. He studied at the Akademie der bildenden Künste in Vienna from 1899 to 1907 and was professor from 1928 to 1944 at the same academy. He based his entire output around farming motifs. He designed numerous Austrian postage stamps. In 1926, his Nibelung series was awarded the the title of "most beautiful stamp in the world". From 1928 to 1944 he was professor at the Vienna Academy of Fine Art and also served there intermittently as rector.

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In circulation from 05.12.1927

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Date VG F VF XF AU UNC
1927-Jan-3  KK#185a Light violet
1927-Jan-3  KK#185b Blue violet
1927-Jan-3  KK#185s Specimen

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