2021 1 oz Platinum Austrian Philharmonic Coins - Silver.com™
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2021 1 oz Platinum Austrian Philharmonic Coins (BU)

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The Platinum Austrian Philharmonic is the third version of the Austrian Philharmonic bullion coins and the most recent addition to the series. The Austrian Philharmonics are representative of the cultural icon of the Republic of Austria, the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Today, 2021 1 oz Platinum Austrian Philharmonics are available to you for purchase online at Silver.com.

Coin Highlights:

  • Available to ship to you inside of protective plastic flips, plastic tubes of 10 coins, or mint-sealed boxes of 100 coins!
  • Sixth year of release in the Platinum Austrian Philharmonic Series!
  • Consists of One Troy ounce of .9995 fine platinum in BU condition.
  • The face value of 100 (Euro) is fully backed by the Austrian government.
  • Great Pipe Organ in the Musikverein is on the obverse.
  • Musical instruments are found on the reverse.

The platinum coins in the Austrian Philharmonic Series were introduced into the national bullion series of the Republic of Austria. The collection began in 1989 with 1 oz and 1/4 oz gold coins. Additions of the years include 1/10 oz gold coins in 1991, 1/2 oz gold coins in 1994, a 1 oz Silver Austrian Philharmonic coin in 2008, a 1/25 oz gold coin in 2014, and these 1 oz Platinum Philharmonics in 2016.

All of the 2021 1 oz Platinum Austrian Philharmonics available in this product listing come in either individual packaging or multiples packaging. Individual coins come in protective plastic flips, while multiples of 10 coins come in mint tubes. All of the coins are available to you for purchase in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.

The Musikverein’s Great Pipe Organ is featured in the obverse design element of 2021 Platinum Austrian Philharmonics. The Musikverein is located in the Innere Stadt neighborhood of Vienna, the national capital of Austria. The concert hall is run by the Society of Friends of Music in Vienna. The land on which the hall was built was gifted to the society in 1863 by Emperor Franz Joseph I, monarch of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The hall was completed in 1870, its first pipe organ installed in 1872, and this current pipe organ installed in 1907.

In the reverse design of 2021 1 oz Platinum Austrian Philharmonics, the Austrian Mint features a collection of musical instruments. These instruments reflect those commonly used by members of the orchestra and include a cello, four violins, a bassoon, a harp, and a Vienna horn.

These coins are a product of the Austrian Mint. Introduced in 1989, the series uses the same design elements on the obverse and reverse each year as designed in 1989 by Thomas Pesendorfer, the Chief Engraver of the Austrian Mint.

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Additional information

Weight 1.00000 oz

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Brand: Austrian Mint

Year: 2021

Grade: BU

Country: Austria

Weight: 1 Troy oz

Diameter: 37 mm

Thickness: 1 mm

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