Dietrichstein Stammwappen

The arms of the house of Dietrichstein, an Austrian State.

Austrian States is a term used in a variety of Krause-based numismatic contexts that refers to cities, noble families, and sovereign states located in and around Austria and Hungary from between the 16th and 20th centuries.


Many of the Austrian States issued their own coins with values based on those of the conventionsthaler of the Holy Roman Empire, which the Archduchy of Austria (later the Austrian Empire and the Austro-Hungarian Empire after 1867) used as a basis for its gulden currency from 1754 to 1892. Before then, any coins would have been based on the Austrian or Hungarian thaler currencies.


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Austrian States
Currently listed AuerspergBatthyány (Batthyáni) • BrixenBurgauCarinthiaColloredo-MansfeldDietrichsteinDonaustaatEggenbergEsterházyGarstenGurkKhevenhüller-MetschKinskyLower AustriaNostitz-RieneckOlomouc (Olmütz) • Orsini-RosenburgOrtenburgPaarSalzburgSinzendorfSprinzensteinStyriaTrautsonTroppau-JaegendorfTyrol, County ofTyrol (state)Upper AustriaViennaVorarlbergWindisch-Grätz
Previously listed EgerGlatz
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