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The Austrian Schilling was the currency of Austria from 1945 until 2002, when it was replaced by the Euro. The name schilling is directly related to the English shilling, with both words gradually evolving from a unified original name.
Austrian Schillings are now obsolete. At Leftover Currency we specialize in the exchange of obsolete currencies, like the Austrian Schilling. We exchange both Austrian Schilling coins and banknotes. Our online exchange service is quick, easy, secure and free of charge.
To convert your Austrian Schillings to cash, select the type of Austrian Schilling you want to exchange:
Austrian Schilling banknotes1983 - 2001Exchange Rate: £0.04120View BanknotesAustrian Schilling bank notes were issued by the Vienna-based Oesterreichische Nationalbank. They became obsolete in 2002 when they were replaced by the Euro. We'll give you cash for your pre-Euro Austrian Schilling bank notes. If your schilling banknotes are not shown on this page, have a look at our page about Austrian Schilling banknotes pre-1983. We also exchange Austrian Schilling coins.
Austrian Schilling banknotes pre-19831956 - 1983Exchange Rate: £0.00611View Pre-1983These Austrian Schilling banknotes were issued until 1983. The exchange deadline for these old schilling notes has expired and they have therefore lost their monetary value. However these banknotes still have a collectable value. We continue to exchange these pre-1983 Austrian Schilling banknotes for cash at a rate that covers their collectable value. We also exchange the more recent Austrian Schilling banknotes issued from 1983 and Austrian Schilling coins.
Austrian Schilling coins1925 - 2001Exchange Rate: £0.03284View CoinsAustrian Schilling coins became obsolete in 2002, when they were substituted by the Euro. We continue to exchange pre-euro Austrian Schilling and Groschen coins issued by the Austrian Mint. The Groschen is a subunit of the Schilling: 1 Schilling is equal to 100 Groschen.