We’ll have a look at a 1930 Austria 2 Schilling which is 64 percent silver. The first picture has the front of the coin which displays 9 shields, a reference to the Austrian provinces that make up that country. The reverse which is the second picture has Walther von der Vogelweide who was a poet that lived in the middle age period. He spent much time, many years wandering around without a permanent home and was known to speak his mind without censor.
Our 1930 Austria 2 Schilling silver coin appears to have not seen any circulation, nice.
Uang logam koin perak kuno 2 dua Schilling dari negara Austria tahun 1930.
We’ll have a look at a 1994 Austria 10 Groschen Coin. This coin is made out of the metal aluminum. It has on its obverse side an imperial eagle and the name of its country below which is Republik Österreich or what we know as Austria in the English language. Austria is now part of the European Union and for much of its history was controlled by the Hapsburg family . There were 24.635 million of these coins made in the year 1994. If we look at the reverse side which has the the denomination and is surrounding the year.
This 1994 Austria 10 Groschen Coin appears to be in an uncirculated grade.
Koin kuno 10 sepuluh Groschen dari negara tahun 1994 tarbuat di bahan aluninium.
This posting will be on the subject of a 1924 Austria 200 Kronen Coin which can be viewed in the photos below. On the front of it is written Osterreich (Austria) below which is a cross and at the bottom the date. On the other side (reverse) there is the denomination of 200. There were 57.16 million of these struck in the year 1924 which was the only year the 200 Kronen was made as far as I can tell. This coin is made from Bronze and has a weight of 3.33 grams and was made at the end of hyper-inflationary period which ended with the introduction of the Schilling.
The grade of our 1924 Austria 200 Kronen Coin here appears to be very fine.
Koin kuno 200 dua ratus Kronen dari negara Austria tahun 1924 tarbuat di bahan perunggu.
This entry will be about a 1927 Austria 1 Groschen coin. It can be viewed at the bottom of this post. On its front side there is an image of an eagle with the name of it’s country (Osterreich which is German for Austria) as well as what appears to be a crown above its head. The back side has the denomination as well as the year it produced. This Austrian coin is made from bronze and is light weighing just 1.6 grams. There were a number of these made in 1927 with 15.9 million struck.
Our 1927 Austria 1 Groschen coin appears to be in very fine condition. The Groschen was a divisor of the former currency in Austria known as the Schilling. It was discontinued in the year 1999 as the Euro went into effect.
Koin kuno satu Groschen tahun 1927 uang logam terbuat dari bahan tembaga, berat seberat 1.6 grams. dari negara Austria.
The topic of this posting will be a 1997 ten Groschen coin from Austria (Osterreich). As one will see in the photographs below it appears to be in uncirculated condition. Mint luster is full and this is one of the last years these were made as the Euro went into full effect in 2002. In any case it is made from aluminum and is 1.1 grams in weight. The diameter measures 20 millimeters and there were 80 million of these made in the year 1997. Looking at the obverse, it has the Austrian Eagle at the top of it and the denomination is to it’s sides. Below that is name of that country. On the back is simply the year as well as the value of this 10 Groschen coin.
The Groschen was a unit of the former Schilling currency in the country of Austria. The Schilling currency when is use was divided into one hundred Groschen.
Koin Kuno 10-Sepuluh Groschen Dari Negara Austria tahun 1997
Here we are going to talk about an Austrian 1 Schilling coin from the year 1947. See pictures of it below. On its obverse is an image of agriculture perhaps as it has a man with a sand bag in his left hand and dropping seeds from his right hand. The coin’s value is on his sides and around the rim is the name of the country: Republik Osterreich or in English Austria. The back side has an image of the coat of arms there with the year designated below. This coin is lite in weight at just 2 grams because of this compositional metal which is aluminum. Its diameter measures 25 millimeters and there were 35.838 million of these struck in 1947. Our particular coin has seen little in the way of circulation and appears to be in extra fine condition.
Uang logam koin dari negara Austria 1 satu Schilling tahun 1947.
We will take a look at an Austrian (Osterreich) 2 Schilling coin from 1947. This coin is made from the metal aluminum and is approximately 2.8 grams as far as weight is concerned. The front side has the Austrian coat of arms which is an eagle, with a shield in its center. It is holding a hammer in its right talon and a sickle in its left. The back of this coin has its denomination of 2 Schillings, the year of 1947 and signs of agriculture which include grains of wheat, grapes etc. This coin in the pictures below would likely grade almost uncirculated.
Austria or Osterreich uses the Euro as its currency now but formerly used the Schilling. It was used from 1924 until 2002 with a break in the middle from 1938 until 1945 (when the Reichsmark was used because of annexation by Germany prior to WWII and which ended at the end of the war).
This post will be about a 1894 Austro-Hungary Empire 10 Heller coin. This is relatively common as there were 45.558 million of these made that year. The metal make up of it is nickel and its weight is light at 3 grams. On its front is an eagle with 2 heads, holding a sword in its left talon and what appears to be a royal helmet in the right. This was the coat of arms for the Austro Hungarian Empire which was no longer at the end of the World War 1. The back of this coin has a decorative shield with the value and the year. Our example here appears to be in extra fine condition.
The Krone was the currency of the Austro-Hungarian Empire from the year 1892 until its liquidation at the end of the WWI. This currency was initiated as part of its going onto the gold standard. The Heller was a subdivision (100 to 1) of the Krone.