One Schilling (Aluminium Bronze), Coin Type from Austria - detailed information

One Schilling (Aluminium Bronze), Coin Type from Austria (issued 1959 - 2001)
Coin TypeOne Schilling (Aluminium Bronze)

The One Schilling coin (abbreviated as 1S or S 1) was the main circulating denomination of the Austrian Schilling, which was restored as the currency of the Republic of Austria when the republic itself was restored after World War II in 1945. Between 1947 and 1952, coins in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, and 50 groschen; and 1, 2, and 5 schilling were introduced. The first type of 1 Schilling was struck in aluminium, but it was changed to this second type of 1 Schilling in aluminium bronze in 1959.

Apart from the change in composition, the new type also had a new design; the reverse was designed by Edwin Grienauer and the obverse by Ferdinand Welz,.

The denomination was issued in circulation quantities until 1998, and for collectors' sets until 2001. Together with all the other Schilling coinage, it was demonetised after 28 February 2002 when the country changed to the Euro currency.

Obverse
Austria / One Schilling (Aluminium Bronze) - obverse photo

Within a plain border, the obverse of the coin features three Alpine edelweiss flowers.

Around the rim, the value and denomination in words: - EIN SCHILLING (one schilling).

Obverse Inscription - EIN SCHILLING
Reverse
Austria / One Schilling (Aluminium Bronze) - reverse photo

Within a plain border, the reverse design shows a large numeral 1 for the value at centre, below which the denomination SCHILLING and the date [year].

Around above, the inscription REPUBLIK · ÖSTERREICH (Republic of Austria).

Reverse Inscription 1 SCHILLING [year] REPUBLIK · ÖSTERREICH
EdgePlainEdge InscriptionNone
Coin Type: One Schilling (Aluminium Bronze) - (43) Coins
Coin NameMintageSymbolLegend
One Schilling 1959 46,726,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1960 46,111,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1961 51,115,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1962 9,303,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1963 24,845,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1964 11,709,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1965 46,753,900 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1966 23,925,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1967 22,214,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1968 30,877,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1969 9,183,100 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1970 10,779,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1971 28,056,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1972 54,655,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1973 41,422,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1974 43,789,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1975 14,038,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1976 28,792,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1977 19,628,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1978 35,675,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1979 64,846,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1980 49,903,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1981 37,551,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1982 30,000,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1983 38,251,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1984 31,956,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1985 49,199,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1986 57,620,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1987 44,200,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1988 51,600,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1989 62,859,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1990 103,745,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1991 117,727,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1992 55,025,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1993 60,028,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1994 50,025,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1995 70,027,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1996 60,025,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1997 50,025,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1998 60,025,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 1999 (mint sets only) 50,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 2000 (mint sets only) 75,000 - EIN SCHILLING
One Schilling 2001 (mint sets only) 75,000 - EIN SCHILLING
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One Schilling (Aluminium Bronze): Details
CountryAustria
CurrencyAustrian Schilling
Sub-type ofOne Schilling
From1959
To2001
Face Value1 (x Schilling)
CurrentNo (demonetised 2002)
MaterialAluminium-Bronze
DesignerEdwin Grienauer, Ferdinand Welz
TechnologyMilled (machine-made)
ShapeRound
OrientationMedal Alignment (Axis 0)
Size22.5000 mm
Thickness1.5000 mm
Mass4.2000 g