Austro-Hungarian Crown

The Austro-Hungarian crown was the currency used in Austria-Hungary from 1892 until the business administration dissolution of the empire (in Austria and Hungary) in 1918, replacing the Gulden Austrohungaro. The subunit was called school of management filler heller in Austria and in Hungary
The official name of the coin was Krone (Kronen plural) in Austria and in Hungary korona. However, the name of the currency in other languages of business ethnic minorities in the empire were also recognized and appeared on legal tender notes in the empire: Koruna (plural Krone) in Czech and Polish language ” ””’ (plural:””’) in the Ukrainian language corona (plural: corone) in the Italian language Kruna (plural: Kruna) in the Slovenian language Kruna (plural: Kruna) in the language Croatian ””’ (plural:””’) in the Serbian language and Coroana ‘(plural: coronae) in Romanian. Sometimes the name also appeared in the latin language: corona.
The Austro-Hungarian crown was management school introduced in 1892, thanks to Sandor Wekerle plan, finance business degree secretary. The crown Austro-Hungarian gulden replacement to Hungary. The set value was 1 guilder (or florin, forint in Hungary called) 2 crowns.
World War I
The value of the currency was devalued as a result of the First World War, mainly by the war. Consumer prices increased sharply during the war.
Austro-Hungarian crown coins were stamped with different designs (but with the same technical parameters) in Austria and Hungary.
Austrian crown coins were minted in the city of Vienna. Coins of 1, 2, 10 and management courses 20 heller and 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and distance learning 100 crowns. The Latin name (crown) was used school rankings in these currencies.
Hungarian crown coins were minted school of business in the business schools town of Kremnica. Coins of 1, 2, 10 and 20 fillers and 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 100 crowns.
100 bill of 1912 crowns.
Austro-Hungarian crown banknotes were graduate school printed in the city of Vienna (Austria) from 1900. All tickets issued by the Bank Austrohungaro were bilingual, and the denomination indicated in ethnic minority languages. 10 bills were issued, 20, 50, 100 and business school 1000 crowns.