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Banknotes from the City of Sankt Pölten

St. Pölten is a city in the Lower Austria, Federal State of Lower Austria. It has a population of 52,145 inhabitants. After the First World War, Stadtgemeinde Sankt Pölten (English: City of Sankt Pölten) issued notgeld in response to a severe shortage of currency. Private notgeld was also issued in Sankt Pölten by Deutsche National-Sozialistische Arbeiterpartei, Hugo Hampel, Richard Lustig, Franz Farterbauer, Franz Pittner, Alois Roth, Franz Weinhofer, and Whitehead & Co. A.G..
Wikidata: Q82500

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Krone (notgeld, 1918-1921)

1 Krone = 100 Heller

10 Heller (St. Pölten)
1919

Local banknote
Jaksc/Pick# JPR0927I-10
Available for swap 10 Heller (St. Pölten)
1919

Local banknote
Jaksc/Pick# JPR0927II-10
10 Heller (St. Pölten)
1920

Local banknote
Jaksc/Pick# JPR0927III-10
Available for swap 20 Heller (St. Pölten)
1919

Local banknote
Jaksc/Pick# JPR0927I-20
Available for swap 20 Heller (St. Pölten)
1919

Local banknote
Jaksc/Pick# JPR0927II-20
Available for swap 20 Heller (St. Pölten)
1920

Local banknote
Jaksc/Pick# JPR0927III-20
Available for swap 50 Heller (St. Pölten)
1920

Local banknote
Jaksc/Pick# JPR0927III-50

Numista referee for banknotes of this issuer is alamir.

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