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1 oz 2024 Austrian Philharmonic Gold Bullion Coin
1 oz 2024 Austrian Philharmonic Gold Bullion Coin

1 oz 2024 Austrian Philharmonic Gold Bullion Coin

Produced by the Austrian Mint since 1989, highly regarded and internationally recognised

Pre-sale
from $3,818.48
Mint: Austrian Mint
Denomination: 100 Euro
Design: the Musikverein - The Great Organ of the Golden Hall in Vienna
Country: Austria
Packaging: Acrylic Capsule
Composition: Gold
Weight (grams): 31.103
Weight (troy/oz): 1
Purity (%): 99.99
Thickness (mm): 2
Diameter (mm): 37
Pricing
1 - 9
$3,827.48
10 +
$3,818.48
All KJC product prices are fully inclusive of insurance for world wide delivery.
Product Description:

Crafted in honour of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Austrian Gold Philharmonic gold coins have gained global recognition and continue to do so.


COIN HIGHLIGHTS:
* Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Gold
* GST free
* Come individually in complimentary acrylic plastic capsule
* Obverse: Showcases the Great Organ of the Golden Hall in Vienna’s Concert Hall, the Musikverein, accompanied by the year, weight and face value
* Reverse: Displays an array of instruments including the cello, violin, harp, Vienna horn and bassoon.
* Guaranteed by the Austrian Mint.

GOLD PHILHARMONIC BULLION COINS:
Created in 1989, the coins were conceived as a tribute to the renowned Vienna Philharmonic, one of the world’s most celebrated orchestras. Originally minted with a face value of 2,000 shillings it was later adjusted to €100 in 2002. In response to their popularity the Austrian Mint has expanded the series to include Silver and Platinum versions.

THE AUSTRIAN MINT:
Beginning with the Gold Philharmonic first released in 1989, the series was expanded to include the silver coin in 2008 and after that fractional coins.