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2019 1 oz Gold Austrian Philharmonic Coins (BU)

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The primary gold coin for sale in the Gold Austrian Philharmonic series is the 1 oz coin. Introduced in 1989, the Gold Philharmonic is part of a larger series of gold, silver, and platinum coins from the Austrian Mint that celebrates the cultural treasure that is the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Today, 2019 1 oz Gold Austrian Philharmonic Coins are available to you online at

Coin Highlights:

  • Available to ship inside of individual packages, tubes of 10 coins, and boxes of 500 coins!
  • 30th anniversary of the Gold Philharmonic!
  • Consists of One Troy ounce of .9999 fine gold in BU condition.
  • The face value of €100 (Euros) is fully backed by Austria’s government.
  • On the obverse is the Musikverein’s Great Organ.
  • The reverse includes nine musical instruments.

The Austrian Mint introduced the Philharmonic bullion coins in 1989 with these 1 oz gold coins and a 1/4 oz fractional weight. Over the course of three decades, the program has grown to include three additional fractional weights, a silver bullion coin, and most recently a platinum bullion coin as well.

All of these 2019 1 oz Gold Austrian Philharmonic Coins are available to you Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The Austrian Mint ships the coins in individual protective packaging, mint tubes of 10 coins, or Monster Boxes containing 500 coins in total. The Monster Box features 50 tubes of 10 coins each.

The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra is the inspiration for the design elements in this series. Founded in 1842, the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra’s roots date back an additional decade to the 1830s when informal orchestral performances took place in the Austrian capital with no particular scheduling. Since 1842 though, the Vienna Philharmonic has maintained a regular schedule of performances for more than 170 years now.

On the obverse of 2019 Gold Austrian Philharmonic Coins is the image of the Great Organ. This massive musical instrument is used in certain performances and can be found inside the Musikverein, or Golden Concert Hall, in the Innere Stadt neighborhood of Vienna.

The reverse side of 2019 1 oz Gold Austrian Philharmonic Coins features a selection of musical instruments. The instruments number nine in total representing six different types include the violin, harp, cello, flute, bassoon, and horn.

All Gold Austrian Philharmonic coins were designed by Thomas Pesendorfer in 1989. Mr. Pesendorfer is the Chief Engraver of the Austrian Mint. The mint itself was founded in 1195 and is among Europe’s oldest operating mints.

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Weight 1.00000 oz

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Brand: Austrian Mint

Condition: New

Mint: Austrian Mint

Gold Content: 1 Troy Ounce

Purity: .9999 Fine Gold

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