GOLD AUSTRIAN PHILHARMONIC
AUSTRIA - (1989-PRESENT)
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37 mm, 28 mm, 22 mm, 16 mm
ACTUAL GOLD CONTENT
31.1035 g, 15.517 g, 7.7759 g, 3.1103 g
U.S MINT BRANCHES
100, 50, 25, 10 Euro
99.99% Gold (24k)
31.1035 g, 15.55 g, 7.776 g, 3.11 g
Augustus Saint-Gaudens (obverse); Miley Busiek (reverse)
The History of the Austrian Philharmonic
According to the World Gold Council, the Austrian Philharmonic was the best selling gold bullion coin in the world in 1992, 1995, and 1996. The Austrian Mint first began producing the Philharmonic in 1989 and continues to do so today. The obverse (front) of the coin features a collection of orchestral instruments, including, a cello, four violins, a Vienna horn, bassoon, and harp. These instruments are arranged beneath the German name of the orchestra: WIENER PHILHARMONIKER. The reverse (back) features the grand organ in Vienna’s Golden Concert Hall (Musikverein), which houses the Philharmonic Orchestra. The official name of the country, ‘REPUBLIK OSTERREICH’, is featured above the organ, white the weight, fineness, date of issue, and face value in Euros are beneath the organ.
No alloyed metals are added to the Austrian Gold Philharmonic making all sizes (1-oz, ½-oz, ¼-oz, and 1/10-oz) 99.99% pure gold. The Austrian Mint guarantees the Philharmonic’s weight and purity and backs its monetary face value.