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Austria paper currency note, 10 schillings, issued postwar 2009.263.27 back

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

10 schillings bank note issued by the Oesterreichische Nationalbank, Austria, in 1950.

10 schillings bank note issued by the Oesterreichische Nationalbank, Austria, in 1950.

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  • Title: Austria paper currency note, 10 schillings, issued postwar 2009.263.27 back
  • Location: Austria--Economic conditions-1944--1955., Austria--Economic conditions-1944--1955.
  • Provenance: The paper money was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2009 by Diana Nikkels, the granddaughter of Abigael de Vries and the daughter of Ingeborg de Vries Nikkels., The paper money was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2009 by Diana Nikkels, the granddaughter of Abigael de Vries and the daughter of Ingeborg de Vries Nikkels.
  • Subject Keywords: Paper money--Austria--History., Paper money--Austria--History.
  • Type: Exchange Media, Exchange Media
  • Rights: Permanent Collection, Permanent Collection
  • External Link: See the full record at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, See the full record at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Medium: a-b. The note is in two pieces, torn along the vertical center line; description and dimensions refer to the note as if whole. Rectangular offwhite paper currency. Face has a graphic design in purple ink with a purple scrollwork border and a numeric denomination, 10, in the upper right corner. Inside the border, to the right, is a city scene with the Spanish Riding School and a man in uniform on a Lipizzaner horse. There is text in German in the upper center. On the left is a purple medallion with a numeric denomination in the center. The back has an orange and green border, with a second border of purple botanic scrollwork. Within the inner border is in the lower left is an urn with a cherub sitting on the right, and a numeric denomination at the center top. In the center is the Upper Belvedere palace, surrounded by German text. The series number is on the upper right, and the serial number is in the lower left., a-b. The note is in two pieces, torn along the vertical center line; description and dimensions refer to the note as if whole. Rectangular offwhite paper currency. Face has a graphic design in purple ink with a purple scrollwork border and a numeric denomination, 10, in the upper right corner. Inside the border, to the right, is a city scene with the Spanish Riding School and a man in uniform on a Lipizzaner horse. There is text in German in the upper center. On the left is a purple medallion with a numeric denomination in the center. The back has an orange and green border, with a second border of purple botanic scrollwork. Within the inner border is in the lower left is an urn with a cherub sitting on the right, and a numeric denomination at the center top. In the center is the Upper Belvedere palace, surrounded by German text. The series number is on the upper right, and the serial number is in the lower left.

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