The gold coins for sale at the Austrian Mint are anchored by the iconic Gold Philharmonic Series. Introduced in 1989, this collection of gold bullion coins comes with five weights in all that include the popular 1/10 oz weight. Today, 2021 1/10 oz Gold Austrian Philharmonics are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you inside protective plastic flips or mint tubes of 20 coins!
- 31st issue of 1/10 oz Gold Austrian Philharmonics!
- Consists of One-Tenth Troy ounce of .9999 fine gold in BU condition.
- The face value of 10 (Euro) is fully backed by the Austrian government.
- On the obverse side of the coin is a depiction of the Great Pipe Organ.
- The reverse field of the coin comes with an image of musical instruments.
When it was introduced in 1989, the Austrian Philharmonic Series offered only 1 oz and 1/4 oz gold coins. In 1991, these 1/10 oz gold coins were the first additions to be made to the collection. This would be followed in the years to come by a 1/2 oz gold coin in 1994 and a 1/25 oz gold coin in 2014. Additionally, a 1 oz silver coin debuted in 2008 and a 1 oz platinum coin in 2016.
All of the 2021 1/10 oz Gold Austrian Philharmonics available to purchase at Silver.com come with individual or multiple packaging. This includes protective plastic flips for individual coins and mint tubes for multiples of 20 gold coins. Each one of the gold coins available here is available in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
On the obverse side of 2021 Gold Austrian Philharmonics, you will find a depiction of the pipe organ from within the Musikverein. The Musikverein, also referred to as the Golden Hall, is the venue for Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra performances and was constructed in 1870. The land on which the Musikverein was built was gifted the orchestra and its founders in 1863 by then-monarch, Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria.
The reverse field of the 2021 1/10 oz Gold Austrian Philharmonic comes with a vision of musical instruments. These musical instruments include a cello at the center with two violins on either side, while the background offers images of a bassoon, a harp, and a Vienna horn.
Founded in 1194, the Austrian Mint is the official sovereign mint of Austria and is one of the oldest operating mints in Europe. It was famously founded using 15 tonnes of silver that had been paid to Duke Leopold V of Austria by King Richard I of England as a ransom for his release after being held captive within the Duke’s territory on his return from the Crusades.
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