|Austrian 100 Schilling Coins
|The 100 Schilling coins are .640 Silver, weigh 24g and are 36mm in diameter.
|1974-h and 1974-v Winter Olympics
|1974 Winter Olympics
|1, Emblem and rings The obverse
design is by Ferdinand Welz. This
reverse is used on many of the later
This reverse is common to many of
the 100 Schilling coins.
|This coin and the next two Olympic coins
were minted at two different mints. The
reverses identified the mint of production
with a small symbol at the bottom of the
coin. One symbol is the Austrian National
Heraldic Eagle which signified mintage at
the Hall Mint and the other is the shield of
Vienna which signified mintage at the
Austrian National Mint in Vienna. The
obverse design is by Alfred Zierler.
|1974-h and 1974-v Winter
Olympics, Ski Jump Reverses from
the two Mints mentioned above.
Designed by Bucheder.
|Obverse design by
Kurt Bodlak. Same
reverse as the
Olympic coins above
but without a mint
|1974-h and 1974-v Winter Olympics, Skier
Reverses from the two Mints mentioned above.
Designed by Helmut Zobl
|1975 150th Anniversary Birth of
Johann Strauss Jr. (1825-1899)
|In the 19th century, Viennese music was dominated by
Johann Strauss Sr. and his three sons Johann Jr., Josef
and Eduard. Johann Strauss Jr. composed over 170
waltzes, the most popular being The Blue Danube
(1867). This reverse is the same as depicted above for
the Olympics Building and Rings coins but without a mint
symbol at the bottom.
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