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The Austrian schilling was used as the official currency of Austria beginning in 1925 through to 1938 and again from 1945 to 1999 when it was finally replaced with the Euro.


  • Individual coins ship in a plastic flip sleeve
  • Consisting of 0.3906 oz of .900 Gold
  • Obverse: Features Martha Coufal-Hartl’s design of the Imperial Eagle of Austria with a sickle and hammer in its talons along with the country of issue and legal tender value
  • Reverse: Features Gertrude Simon’s depiction of the historic seal of Duke Friedrich II with a knight on horseback with a spear
  • The 1000 schilling gold coin was never released for circulation

The Austrian Mint in Vienna was founded in 1194 by Duke Leopold V of Austria and is now a subsidiary of the National Bank of Austria.

This is a random year SKU - metal weight and purity are guaranteed but exact design and condition may vary and are subject to availability.

Not Available
Lightly Used
Austrian Mint
ATS 1000
Martha Coufal-Hartl (Obverse), Gertrude Simon (Reverse)

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