Menu

100 Schilling

Features

Country Austria
Issuing entity Österreichische Notenbankstelle (Austrian Central Bank Office)
Period Second Republic (1945-date)
Type Standard banknote
Year 1954
Value 100 Schilling (100 ATS)
Currency Second Schilling (1945-2001)
Composition Paper
Size 176 × 85 mm
Shape Rectangular
Demonetized 04-30-1964
References KK# 241
Johann Kodnar, Norbert Künstner; 2018. Katalog der österreichischen Banknoten ab 1759. Wien Eigenverlag Johann Kodnar und Norbert Künstner, Vienna. ISBN 9783950433418.

Obverse

Head of Franz Grillparzer facing left.

Lettering:
HUNDERT
SCHILLING
OESTERREICHISCHE NATIONALBANK
WIEN, 2. JÄNNER 1954
PRÄSIDENT
GENERALRAT GENERALDIREKTOR
J. F. RENNER fec. ALFRED NEFE sculp.

Engraver: Alfred Nefe

Designer: Josef Franz Renner

Josef Franz Renner (1886, Graslitz, Bohemia – 1957, Vienna) was a painter and graphic artist. He studied at the Academy of Applied Art in Vienna and was a student of Koloman Moser. He was professor at the Federal Training and Research Institute of Graphic Arts in Vienna. Apart from landscape painting and portraiture, he also created wall decoration, diploma certificates and postage stamp designs. He also worked as a newspaper illustrator in Austria and Germany. He designed the 500 Schilling note from 1953 and the 100 Schilling note from 1954.

Reverse

View of Dürnstein in Lower Austria.

Lettering:
100
HUNDERT SCHILLING
DÜRNSTEIN
DIE NACHMACHUNG DER BANKNOTEN
WIRD GESTZLICH BESTRAFT
J. F. RENNER fec. RUDOLPH TOTH sculp.

Engraver: Rudolf Toth

Rudolf Toth (30 March 1918,Törökbalint, Austria-Hungary – 19 July 2009, Vienna) was an engraver who worked for both the Austrian National Bank and the Austrian State Printer. Toth was a student of Professor Ferdinand Lorber and engraved his first stamp in 1947.

Designer: Josef Franz Renner

Josef Franz Renner (1886, Graslitz, Bohemia – 1957, Vienna) was a painter and graphic artist. He studied at the Academy of Applied Art in Vienna and was a student of Koloman Moser. He was professor at the Federal Training and Research Institute of Graphic Arts in Vienna. Apart from landscape painting and portraiture, he also created wall decoration, diploma certificates and postage stamp designs. He also worked as a newspaper illustrator in Austria and Germany. He designed the 500 Schilling note from 1953 and the 100 Schilling note from 1954.

Comments

Issued on 03 November 1949

Manage my collection

To manage your collection, please log in.


Date VG F VF XF AU UNC
1954-Jan-2  KK#241a; Issued note
1954-Jan-2  KK#241s; Specimen

Get this banknote

No member from this site currently wants to exchange it.

Numista Rarity index: 100 Search tips
This index is based on the data of Numista members collections. It ranges from 0 to 100, 0 meaning a very common coin or banknote and 100 meaning a rare coin or banknote among Numista members.

» Buy banknotes from Austria

Contribute to the catalog

Modify or add data on this page
Match past online sales
Banknotes Austria 100 Schilling