Exchange of Austrian schillings


The OeNB will still exchange unlimited amounts of schilling banknotes and coins of the last series into euro for an unlimited period. The exchange rate is 1 Euro = 13.7603 Schilling.

schillingnoten_unbefristet

ATS 20, 5th motif – Moritz M. Daffinger

ATS 50, 4th motif – Sigmund Freud

ATS 100, 6th motif – Eugen Böhm v. Bawerk

ATS 500, 4th motif – Rosa Mayreder

ATS 1,000, 5th motif – Karl Landsteiner

ATS 5,000, 1st motif – Wolfgang A. Mozart

Schilling banknotes with expired exchange deadlines

Schilling coins that can be exchanged indefinitely

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Schilling coins with expired exchange deadlines

  • 5 and 10 schilling silver coins that ceased to be legal tender in 1969 and 1975, respectively, can no longer be exchanged at the OeNB. Some features of these silver coins differ from those of 5- and 10-schilling cupronickel coins that can be exchanged indefinitely at the OeNB. For more information, see Gesamtverzeichnis der Schillingmünzen von 1947 bis 2001 (Complete List of Schilling Coins Issued from 1947 to 2001, available in German).

  • Key details
     
     
      5 schillings (1961) 5 schillings (1969) 10 schillings (1957) 10 schillings (1974)
     
    Issue date January 2, 1961 January 15, 1969 July 1, 1957 April 17, 1974
    Withdrawal date September 30, 1969 December 31, 2001 March 31, 1975 December 31, 2001
    Alloy silver/copper cupronickel silver/copper cupronickel
    Edge ridged smooth ridged ridged
    Motif obverse: Bindenschild (striped shield) reverse: horse and rider performing a levade obverse: Bindenschild (striped shield) reverse: horse and rider performing a levade obverse: Goldhaube (golden headdress) reverse: Bindenschild (striped shield) obverse: Goldhaube (golden headdress) reverse: coat of arms of Austria
    End of exchange period September 30, 1970 unlimited March 31, 1977 unlimited