This group represents the first schilling group ever minted. The Austria 100 Schilling coin bears the coat of arms of the Austrian Republic, an eagle, on its obverse. On its breast, the eagle wears a shield and in its claws it holds a sickle, to represent agriculture, and a hammer, to represent industry. It also wears a walled crown to symbolize the bourgeoisie. There were less than 390,000 of these coins minted in all years.
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