Austria minted these nice-looking silver coins during 1912 and 1913. Each coin contains 0.2684 troy ounces of silver, so even worn or damaged coins are worth at least base value (BV). To compute BV, multiply the current price of silver by 0.2684. For instance, if silver is trading at $15 US dollars per troy ounce, BV = 0.2684 x 15 = $4 US dollars.
Coins in good shape are worth more than BV, as follows:
average circulated: BV + $4
well preserved: BV + $7
fully uncirculated: BV + $10
Use our Important Terminology page to fully understand how to interpret these values.