It’s here! The 2023 1/2 oz Austria Gold Philharmonic Coin is finally here and as always it was worth the wait. The ½ oz is a great choice if you want gold but at a more affordable price. At the same time, you still get a beautiful coin of very high quality.
- Made of 1/2 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold
- BU condition
- Face value is 50 Euro and is backed by the federal government of Austria.
- The obverse side has the Musikverein pipe organ.
- On the reverse side are a few instruments used by the orchestra
The Austrian Gold Philharmonic coin first appeared in 1989 and quickly became a favorite of collectors all over the world. Stackers have come to appreciate the high quality and consistency of these coins year after year.
On the obverse of the coin is the pipe organ found in the Musikverein. This design was introduced in 1989 and designed by Thomas Pesendorfer. The large pipe organ seen here sits at the center of the Golden Concert Hall. Above the organ is ‘REPUBLIK OSTERREICH’. Below the organ is ‘½ UNZE GOLD 999.9.’ Under this text is the year ‘2023’ in this case. At the very bottom is ‘50 EUROS’.
The reverse side of the coin has several instruments that appear in the orchestra. This design is the original design by Pesendorfer that debuted in 1989. At the center is a cello framed by two violins on the left and on the right. Behind the cello and violins are a french horn, a bassoon and a harp. Above the instruments is written ‘WIENER PHILHARMONIKER’.
Get your 2023 ½ oz Austria Gold Philharmonic Coin before they are hard to get. These coins always sell fast so get yours today.