Austrian Platinum Philharmonic
Following the success of the Gold Philharmonics and the Silver Philharmonics, you can now add Austrian Platinum Philharmonics to your bullion collection. Each of these coins contains one troy ounce of .9995 fine platinum. The annual mintage of the Platinum Philharmonic makes it highly collectible, on top of the monetary value it already contains due to the metal content. Because Austrian Philharmonics are backed by a sovereign government, they are eligible for most precious metals IRA accounts.
Philharmonic coins are produced by the Austrian Mint, which ensures the use of best industry practices to maintain quality. Located in Vienna as a subsidiary of the National Bank of Austria, the Austrian Mint has been honing its processes and technologies for over 800 years to produce world renowned bullion products and national coinage.
The obverse of the Platinum Philharmonic features the Great Organ inside of the Golden Hall, one of the most famous concert halls in Austria. Continuing the celebration of music, you will find an array of instruments on the coin’s reverse. Each of these coins ships in brilliant uncirculated condition as received from the mint.
The Platinum Philharmonic makes a great addition to your collection of sovereign bullion, foreign bullion, or any general precious metals portfolio.