2022 1/2 oz Gold Austrian Philharmonic Coins - Silver.com™™
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2022 1/2 oz Gold Austrian Philharmonic Coins (BU)

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The gold bullion coins in the Austrian Philharmonic Series offer something for every investor. Introduced in 1989, this collection has undergone three separate periods of expansion to grow the series from two gold bullion coins in 1989 to five as of 2014. In the early waves of expansion, the 1/2 oz gold coin was added to the series. Today, 2022 1/2 oz Gold Austrian Philharmonic Coins are available to you online at Silver.com

Coin Highlights:

  • Available to ship to you inside protective flips or plastic tubes of 10 coins!
  • 29th release of 1/2 oz Gold Philharmonics!
  • Consists of One-Half Troy ounce of .9999 fine gold in BU condition.
  • The face value of 50 Euro is fully backed by the Austrian government.
  • On the obverse is the pipe organ in the Golden Concert Hall at the Musikverein.
  • The reverse side of the coin includes a variety of musical instruments.

Gold Austrian Philharmonics debuted in 1989 at the Austrian Mint. The obverse and reverse designs on the coins were designed by Thomas Pesendorfer, the Chief Engraver of the Austrian Mint. The gold bullion coins in the series started in 1989 with 1 oz gold and 1/4 oz gold. In 1991, the first expansion came with the addition of a 1/10 oz gold coin. In 1994, these 1/2 oz gold coins were introduced. The gold series was completed in 2014 with the introduction of a 1/25 oz gold coin.

All of these 2022 1/2 oz Gold Austrian Philharmonics are available to you for purchase individually or in bulk. When you order nine or fewer coins, each one will come in an individual plastic flip. Multiples of 10 coins in this weight are available in plastic tubes.

On the obverse side of 2022 Gold Austrian Philharmonics is an image of the grand pipe organ from inside the Golden Concert Hall at the Musikverein. The Musikverein is one of the world’s most revered concert centers and its pipe organ was first installed in 1872, with the current pipe organ installed in 1907. The most recent refurbishment of the pipe organ came in 2011.

The reverse field of 2022 1/2 oz Gold Philharmonics features an image of musical instruments. Though the members of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra use a variety of instruments during concerts, this design element features a collection of five different instruments. There is a large cello in the central foreground, with four violins flanking the cello in pairs of two. In the background, you will find a French horn, a bassoon, and a harp.

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Additional information

Weight 0.50000 oz

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Brand: Austrian Mint

Year: 2022

Mint Mark: Not Shown

Purity: .9999

Manufacturer: Austrian Mint

Thickness: 1.6 mm

Diameter: 28 mm

Condition: Brilliant Uncirculated

Face Value: 50 Euro

Issuing Country: Austria

Obverse Designer: Thomas Pesendorfer

Reverse Designer: Thomas Pesendorfer

Edge Design: Smooth

Packaging Type: Plastic Flip

Weight: .5 Troy Ounce

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