What makes the Austrian Philharmonic coins one of the most popular coins in the world? Is it the fact that you can count on a quality coin every year? Is it the beautiful design? Is it that there are so many varieties of weights to choose from? Maybe it is all of these things but the 2023 1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coin is evidence of what makes this coin so special. This design was introduced in 1989 and quickly became a staple in collections all over the world. This coin looks gorgeous in 1 oz of .9999 fine gold.
- Made of 1 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold in BU condition.
- Face value of 100 Euro is backed by Austria.
- The obverse side of the coin has the organ from the Musikverein
- On the reverse side of the coin is a collection of instruments used in the
In 1989 the Austrian Mint introduced this 1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic coin as the first coin in the series. That same year they also offered a ¼ oz version. Over the years the series expanded as the coin proved to be very popular. It is now available 1/10 oz, ½ oz., and 1/25th oz. This coin is of fine quality that delivers every year and collectors have come to rely on this beautiful bullion coin.
On the obverse side is the organ that sits inside the Musikverein. This fantastic icon of Vienna is actually the second organ with the original one that was installed at the Golden Concert Hall in 1872 being replaced in 1907. Above the organ is written ‘Republik Osterreich’. Under the organ is ‘1 Unze Gold 999.9 2023’. At the bottom of the coin is ‘100 Euro’.
The reverse side has a collection of instruments used in the orchestra with a cello, two violins, a bassoon, a French horn, and a harp. Above the instruments is ‘WIENER PHILHARMONIKER’.
Now is the time to get the 2023 1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic coin. With the whole world buying this coin, there is no telling if there is enough to go around. Get yours today.