The shilling is a historical coin, and the name of a unit of modern currencies formerly used in Austria (Schilling), and in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and other British Commonwealth countries.
Currently the shilling is used as a currency in four east African countries: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Somalia. The east African community additionally plans to introduce an east African shilling.
The old currency of Austria, divided into 100 groschen
A coin formerly used in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Malta, Australia, New Zealand and many other Commonwealth countries.
“The shilling was worth twelve old pence, or one twentieth of a pound sterling.”
The currency of Kenya, Somalia, Tanzania and Uganda.
A currency in the United States, differing in value between states.
The Spanish real, formerly having the value of one eighth of a dollar.