Austria Gold Philharmonic
- Weighs up to 1 ounce and is 999.9 Gold
- Illustrates the beauty of the Vienna Philharmonic orchestra
- Available in 1 oz, 1/25 oz, 1/10 oz, ¼ oz, and ½ oz
- Manufactured in the Austrian Mint facility
The Gold Austrian Philharmonic originally made its debut in 1989. At this time, it captured the hearts and minds of both collectors and non-collectors. Now with a value of 100 euros, this gold coin has gained in popularity and can now be bought in different sizes and made from different metals. Every coin though is still manufactured in the original facility as the first. Each Austrian Gold Philharmonic coin shows the timeless connection between beauty and music with the images that are expressed on its face and back. Not only do these depictions make it easily recognisable but it also creates a timeless feel that compliments the gold.
The beautiful Austrian Gold Philharmonic coin weighs up to 1 ounce and is 999.9 Gold. Its face is decorated with violins, a Vienna horn and bassoon, along with a cello. When you flip the coin over there is the easily recognisable Great Pipe Organ. It is modelled after the same pipe organ that is inside the Musikverein Golden Hall located in Vienna. Together, these harmonious images portray the love of beauty and music that is felt around the world. Not only this, but the Vienna Philharmonic coin illustrates the beauty of the Vienna Philharmonic, one of the best orchestras in the world.
While the Vienna Philharmonic Gold Coin was originally only offered in gold, it can now be bought in silver and platinum. The coins began to be made in their silver counterparts in 2008. The platinum is fairly recent though as it began to be made in 2016. These coins are also now offered in 1/25 ounces, 1/10 ounces, ¼ ounces, and ½ ounces. All varieties maintain the beauty and classic design that can be found on the 1 ounce Gold Austrian Philharmonic Coin.
All of these coins are manufactured in the Austrian Mint facility. This particular manufacturing facility was established in 1194 and is now one of the oldest operating manufacturing plants in the world. It is now the 27th anniversary of the elegant Gold Austrian Philharmonic coins that it is still producing. When the coin first came out it created a new demand for investors and collectors of coins and introduced many more to the idea of buying gold coins. With the new additions of different sizes and silver or platinum, collectors have an array to choose from. The new additions also allow for anyone to find the coin that is right for them, any of which would greatly add to any collection.
|Country of Origin||
1.24 gm, 15.55 gm, 3.11 gm, 31.10 gm, 7.77 gm
|Pure Gold Content||
0.04 Troy oz, 0.10 Troy oz, 0.25 Troy oz, 0.5 Troy oz, 1 Troy oz
Gold Au 999.9
13.00 mm, 16.00 mm, 22.00 mm, 28.00 mm, 37.00 mm
€10, €100, €25, €4, €50