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1000 Austrian Schillings Gold Coin – Varied Year

1000 Austrian Schillings Gold Coin – Varied Year


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. 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.

  • 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

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Each of these 1000 Schilling Austrian Gold Coins was originally issued by the Austrian Mint in 1976. The year of issue and the face value of 1,000 Schillings were both a nod to the Babenberg Dynasty. 1976 marked the 1,000th anniversary of the founding of that dynasty and the face value was set for the coin based upon that celebratory date.

The House of Babenberg was a noble dynasty in Austria that originated in present-day Bavaria, Germany. The dynasty of Austrian margraves and dukes ruled Austria from its creation in 967 through the region’s elevation to a duchy, and then until the final year of the Babenbergs in 1246. All of these 1000 Schilling Austrian Gold Coins represent the first-ever gold coins struck by the Austrian Mint in this denomination and metal.

On the obverse of the 1000 Schilling Austrian Gold Coin is a depiction of the Imperial Eagle of Austria. The bird features the Austrian shield on its chest while it grips a hammer in its left talon and a sickle in its right talon. Engravings include the nation of issue as Republik Osterreich and the face value.

The reverse of these 1000 Schilling Gold Coins features the seal of Duke Friedrich II. His seal featured a knight on horseback that carried a pennant and a spear. Engravings encircling the seal include the commemorative dates of 976 and 1976, denoting the start of the Babenberg Dynasty and the 1,000th anniversary of that date. The words Babenberg Dynasty are engraved as well in German.

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