The 2021 1/25 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic coin is an outstanding way to get some gold into your collection at a more approachable price. The 1/25 oz version of the Austrian Gold Philharmonic coin came out in 2014 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Austrian gold. It was so popular the Austrian mint decided to keep issuing it.
- 8th release of 1/25 oz size of the Austrian Gold Philharmonic coin
- Made of 1/25 Troy oz of .9999 fine gold
- Face value of 4 euro is backed by the Austrian government
- On the side is the pipe organ featured in the Musikverein.
- The reverse side features instruments from the Philharmonic
2014 celebrated 25 years of the Austrian Gold Philharmonic coin. To celebrate, the Austrian Mint decided to issue a 1/25 oz version of the coin. This was the first new size in 20 years. The response was overwhelmingly positive. It actually set a record for the mint in coins sold for any size. The decision was made to include this size every year.
The image on the obverse of the coin is the image of the famous pipe organ that sits in the Musikverein Golden Concert Hall. This is used by the Vienna Philharmonic orchestra. Above the organ is ‘Republik Osterreich’. Below the picture is ‘1/25 UNZE GOLD 9999 2021’. At the bottom of this side is ‘4 EURO’.
The reverse design is of the instruments of the Philharmonic. Here we see a cello, four violins, a harp, a french horn, bassoon, and harp. Above the instruments is ‘WEINER PHILHARMONIKER’.
Now is your opportunity to affordably add some gold to your portfolio with the 2021 1/25 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic coin. Get yours today.