1 Pfennig - Austrian Interregnum Enns or Wiener Neustadt

1 Pfennig - Austrian Interregnum (Enns or Wiener Neustadt) -  obverse1 Pfennig - Austrian Interregnum (Enns or Wiener Neustadt) -  reverse

© Münzenhandel Sebastian Sänn


Country Duchy of Austria
(Austrian states)
Type Standard circulation coin
Years 1246-1251
Value 1 Pfennig (1)
Currency Pfennig (976-1278)
Composition Silver
Weight 0.6 g
Shape Round (Irregular)
Demonetized Yes
References CNA# B 154
Corpus Nummorum Austriacorum, Band I: Mittelalter
by Bernhard Koch
(Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien )


Lion below an Austrian shield.


Friedrich II, the Quarrelsome,  Friedrich der Streitbare was a Babenberg,  duke of Austria and Styria from 1230 to 1246. He died at the battle of the Leitha against Hungary in 1246. He had no heir and was the last of the Babenberg. After his death, an unstable period called the Austrian Interregnum, ended with the occupation by the Bohemian King Ottokar II of Austria in 1251.

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Year Mintage G VG F VF XF AU UNC
ND (1246-1251) 

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1 Pfennig - Austrian Interregnum (Enns or Wiener Neustadt)