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Austria 100 Schilling 2.1.1984

Austria 100 Schilling 2.1.1984
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100 Schilling 2.1.1984 (© Front: Portrait of Austrian economist Eugen Böhm von Bawerk (1851-1914), president of the academy of sciences from 1911 to his death in 1914. Stylized Rod of Asclepius (Aesculapius) with two winged serpents, also known as Mercury's wand and symbol of commerce. Stylised Bundeswappen – Austrian coat of arms. Back: Austrian Academy of Sciences building in Vienna, built from 1735 to 1755 by Jean Nicolas Jadot de Ville-Issey as the assembly hall of the old university; has housed the Austrian Academy of Sciences since 1857. Watermark: Stylized Bundeswappen. Designer: Robert Kalina (1955–). Security features: Watermark. Running serial numbers and colourful security fibres fluorescing under ultraviolet light. Embedded security thread in the watermark area of the banknote. Predominant colour: Reseda green or Cambridge blue. Signatures: Dr. Stephan Koren (Präsident, 1978–1988); Hellmuth Klaus (Generalrat); Dr. Heinz Kienzl (Generaldirektor). Issuer: Austrian National Bank. Date of issue: 2 January 1984. Circulation from: 14 October 1985. Demonetized: 28 February 2002. Legal tender: Exchangeable into Euros at OeNB (NBA) indefinitely. Material: Cotton paper. Printer: Oesterreichische Banknoten- und Sicherheitsdruck GmbH (OeBS) ©)

Dimensions: 138 x 68 mm

Catalogue Number: P-150 (SCWPM: Pick; Krause)

Grade/condition: Very Fine (VF) (circulated, used)

Texts: Oesterreichische Nationalbank. Hundert Schilling. One Hundred Austrian Shillings. Wien, am 2 Jänner 1984. Akademie der Wissenschaften.