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This Austrian Gold Philharmonic Contains 1/2 Troy Ounce of 99.99% Pure Gold and arrives in Uncirculated Condition. Dates will be random and may or may not include a variety.The Gold Vienna Philharmonic coin carries on an eight hundred year tradition of fine Austrian coinage. It is the only widely available European gold bullion coin and the only regularly issued bullion coin denominated in Euros. Gold Philharmonic coins have been produced every year since their introduction in 1989, and are minted in pure 24k gold (.9999). They are available in the following denominations and weights: €100, which contains one troy ounce of pure gold and measures 37mm across, giving it the largest diameter of any 24k gold bullion coin in the world; €50, which contains one half-ounce of pure gold and measures 28 mm in diameter; €25, which contains one quarter-ounce of pure gold and measures 22mm in diameter; and, finally, the €10 coin, which contains one tenth-ounce of pure gold and measures 16mm in diameter.
For many, the Gold Vienna Philharmonic coins are the most beautiful bullion coins in the world. Their elegant design celebrates one of Austria’s greatest cultural institutions, the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. The obverse, or front, of the coin depicts the Great Organ of the Golden Hall of Vienna, a world-famous instrument. The reverse features an assemblage of orchestral instruments, comprised of a string bass surrounded by cellos and violins fronting a bassoon, harp, and Viennese horn. The Gold Vienna Philharmonic Coins succeed brilliantly in honoring the grand musical heritage of Austria.
|Country of Manufacture||Austria|
|Gold Content||0.5 troy oz|
|Composition||.9999 Fine Gold|