Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coins
The Austrian Mint first started to produce the Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coins in 1989, and it became very popular quite quickly. According to the World Gold Council, the Philharmonic coin was the best selling gold bullion coin in the world, in the years 1992, 1995, and 1996.
The obverse features the great organ in the Vienna’s Golden Concert Hall (Musikverein), which houses the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Underneath the organ, are arranged the weight, fineness, date of issue, and face value of the Gold coin in Euros, and atop there is the official name of the country – Republik Sterreich.The reverse of the Gold Philharmonic coin depicts a collection of orchestral instruments, like the cello, four violins, a Vienna horn, a bassoon, and a harp. Above there is the German name of the orchestra – Wiener Philharmoniker.
These Austrian Philharmonic gold coins are made from 99.99% pure gold, and are minted in 1-oz., 1/2oz, and 1/10-oz sizes. No alloyed metals are added, and all coins are minted at the Austrian Mint AG, which is now a subsidiary of the Austrian National Bank
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