2021 1 oz Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coin
The 1 oz Gold Philharmonic was introduced by the Austrian Mint in 1989 along with a 1/4 oz version of the coin.
Counted among Europe's oldest gold bullion coins are Austrian Gold Philharmonic coins. Among major issues from Europe, only the British Gold Britannia has been available for a longer period of time. The obverse features Musikverein Great Organ and has a face value of 100 (Euros) backed by the federal government of Austria. The obverse of the coin features Musikverein Great Organ, while the reverse features a collection of musical instruments.
- Available since 1989, this unique piece is a favorite of both collectors and investors.
- Purity and content backed by Central Bank of Austria.
-Obverse: Features the façade of Musikverein Great Organ, along with the weight, purity and face value.
-Reverse: Features a selection of musical instruments.
2021 1 oz Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coins are a favorite among the investors and collectors. Add it to your cart today.
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Country of ManufactureAustria
Dimensions37 mm diameter
Average Thickness2 mm
Legal Tender100 Euros
DesignerAustrian Chief Engraver Thomas Pesendorfe
ObverseThe obverse shows the beautifully designed Musikverein Pipe Organ, located in the Musikverein’s “Golden Hall”.
ReverseThe reverse of the coin features an eye-catching display of musical instruments. A Bassoon, Vienna Horn, Harp, as well as a cello centered between four violins make an appearance on the coin’s surface.
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