The ¼ oz size of the Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coin is one of two coins that was part of the Austrian Gold Philharmonic series that was introduced in 1989. This coin has become one of the most popular in the series probably due to its more affordable price than the 1 oz version. The Austrian Philharmonic Coins have been favorites for collectors for over 30 years.
- 34th release of the ¼ oz coin from the Austrian Gold Philharmonic
- Made of 1/4 Troy oz of .9999 fine gold.
- Face value of 25 euros backed by the Austrian government
- The obverse side has an image of the organ at Musikverein
- On the reverse side is an array of instruments used in the orchestra
On the obverse side of this coin is the now iconic pipe organ featured in the Musikverein. This concert hall is the home of the famous Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. This orchestra is one of the oldest philharmonic orchestras and people travel from all over the world to see them. Above the pipe organ is ‘REPUBLIK OSTERREICH’. Below the image is ‘¼ UNZE GOLD 9999 2022’. At the bottom of the coin is ‘25 EURO’.
The reverse of the coin has an assortment of instruments used in the philharmonic. In the center is a cello with two violins on each side. In the background, we see a bassoon, a French horn, and a harp. Above the instruments is ‘WEINER PHILHARMONIC’. This design looks great in .999 fine gold.
The 2022 ¼ Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coin is a great way to get some gold at a more approachable price. May investors buy gold to hedge against inflation. The Austrian Philharmonic Coins have been a choice of investors all over the world. Many can’t wait for the next release every year because they know the Austrian Mint will deliver. Now is the time to get yours.