|The Very Highest Quality Austrian Coins...|
Coins were first struck in Austria in the First Century BC. These coins were imitations of Greek issues. During the Middle Ages, Silver Pfennigs (Pennies) were produced, as in England, they were produced at 240 to the Pfund (Pound), although the Schilling (Shilling) was worth 30 Pfennigs rather than 12, as was the case in England. In 1559, a currency reform gave the southern states of Germany, a unified currency at 4.2 Pfennigs to the Kreutzer. Eventually, this new currency evolved into a standard were 240 Pfennig = 60 Kreutzer = 1 Gulden.
When Nazi Germany forcibly incorporated Austria in 1938, the Schilling was abolished and replaced with the German Reichmark until 1945, when the Schilling was reintroduced at a 1:1 exchange rate. The Schilling remained Austria's currency until 2002, when it was replaced by the Euro at 13.76 Schilling to the Euro.
For more information on Austrian history and coinage please see our history page.
Postage & Packing, Per Order:
UK: At buyer's Risk £3.50 or
Fully Insured £9 (Usually by Royal Mail Special Delivery)
USA: Airmail at buyer's risk $10 or
Fully Insured $20
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We make an active market in almost all world coins, including Austrian coins. If you have any of these coins to sell, please contact us, or post them to us for appraisal and offer.
If you want to find the value of a coin you own, please take a look at our page I've Found An Old Coin, What's It Worth?
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