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2020 1 oz Platinum Austrian Philharmonic Coins (BU)

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Platinum Austrian Philharmonics are issued by the Austrian Mint. This 1 oz platinum coin is the only platinum bullion coin from the Austrian Mint and is part of the broader Austrian Philharmonic Series that includes gold and silver bullion coins. Right now, 2020 1 oz Platinum Austrian Philharmonics are available to purchase online at Silver.com.

Coin Highlights:

  • Ships to you inside of a protective plastic flip or tube of 10 coins!
  • 5th year of release for the Platinum Austrian Philharmonic!
  • Consists of One Troy ounce of .9995 fine platinum in BU condition.
  • Bears a face value of 100 (Euro) backed by the federal government of Austria.
  • On the obverse is a depiction of the Great Organ from the Musikverein.
  • The reverse features musical instruments used by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.

Each of the 2020 1 oz Platinum Austrian Philharmonic Coins in this listing at Silver.com comes with an individual protective plastic flip or a mint tube of 10 coins. Each individual coin is available to purchase in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.

The Austrian Philharmonic Series debuted in 1989 with a Gold Philharmonic. This coin was the only option in the collection until 2008 when the Silver Philharmonic was introduced into the series. The next coin introduced was the Platinum Austrian Philharmonic coin made available in 2016.

On the obverse of 2020 1 oz Platinum Austrian Philharmonic Coin is the image of the Great Organ, a massive pipe organ inside of the Golden Concert Hall. The concert hall is known as the Musikverein and is the home concert hall of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra where it performs for crowds. The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra was founded in 1842, but organized philharmonic concerts took place in Vienna as early as one decade prior.

The reverse of 2020 Platinum Austrian Philharmonic Coins bears the design of musical instruments. These instruments are commonly used by the members of the Philharmonic Orchestra and it includes a cello, four violins, a bassoon, a harp, and a French horn. Inscriptions on the obverse and reverse of the coin are in German, the official language of Austria.

All 2020 Platinum Austrian Philharmonic Coins are available from the Austrian Mint. Founded in 1194, the first silver produced from the mint actually came from King Richard I of England. Returning home from the Crusades, he was held captive in Austria by Duke Leopold V and only freed after paying a ransom of 15 tonnes of silver.

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Additional information

Weight 1.00000 oz

Brand: Austrian Mint

Mint: Austrian Mint

Year: 2020

Grade: BU

Country: Austria

Weight: 1 troy oz

Diameter: 37 mm

Thickness: 1 mm

Picture is an example only. Actual item is subject to change, but will always correlate with title and description.

Lowest Price: $1069.66

Condition: New

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