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1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic - Common Date

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    Specifications

    • Title: 1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic - Common Date
    • Purity: .9999
    • Metal: Gold
    • Weight: 1 oz

    Full Description

    The gold Austrian (or Vienna) Philharmonic coins are the best-selling coins in Europe with over 800 years of Austrian heritage. These were first introduced in 1989 and have been in production ever since. The Gold Vienna Philharmonic coins were minted to honor Austria's grand musical heritage. the exceptional design and detailing is inspired by the great educational institution Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra of Austria.

    The Obverse

    The Obverse depicts the great organ, which resides in the Golden Hall in Vienna's Musikverein Concert Hall. The home of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Shown on the obverse is also the year of mintage with the face value of 100 Euros, the purity of .9999 Fine and the weight of one Unze (Oz.)

    The Reverse

    The Reverse shows a collection of various orchestral instruments including violins, cellos, Viennese horn, harp and bassoon surrounding a string bass.

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    The gold Austrian (or Vienna) Philharmonic coins are the best-selling coins in Europe with over 800 years of Austrian heritage. These were first introduced in 1989 and have been in production ever since. The Gold Vienna Philharmonic coins were minted to honor Austria's grand musical heritage. the exceptional design and detailing is inspired by the great educational institution Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra of Austria.

    The Obverse

    The Obverse depicts the great organ, which resides in the Golden Hall in Vienna's Musikverein Concert Hall. The home of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Shown on the obverse is also the year of mintage with the face value of 100 Euros, the purity of .9999 Fine and the weight of one Unze (Oz.)

    The Reverse

    The Reverse shows a collection of various orchestral instruments including violins, cellos, Viennese horn, harp and bassoon surrounding a string bass.

    The gold Austrian (or Vienna) Philharmonic coins are the best-selling coins in Europe with over 800 years of Austrian heritage. These were first introduced in 1989 and have been in production ever since. The Gold Vienna Philharmonic coins were minted to honor Austria's grand musical heritage. the exceptional design and detailing is inspired by the great educational institution Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra of Austria.

    The Obverse

    The Obverse depicts the great organ, which resides in the Golden Hall in Vienna's Musikverein Concert Hall. The home of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Shown on the obverse is also the year of mintage with the face value of 100 Euros, the purity of .9999 Fine and the weight of one Unze (Oz.)

    The Reverse

    The Reverse shows a collection of various orchestral instruments including violins, cellos, Viennese horn, harp and bassoon surrounding a string bass.

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    Full Description

    The gold Austrian (or Vienna) Philharmonic coins are the best-selling coins in Europe with over 800 years of Austrian heritage. These were first introduced in 1989 and have been in production ever since. The Gold Vienna Philharmonic coins were minted to honor Austria's grand musical heritage. the exceptional design and detailing is inspired by the great educational institution Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra of Austria.

    The Obverse

    The Obverse depicts the great organ, which resides in the Golden Hall in Vienna's Musikverein Concert Hall. The home of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Shown on the obverse is also the year of mintage with the face value of 100 Euros, the purity of .9999 Fine and the weight of one Unze (Oz.)

    The Reverse

    The Reverse shows a collection of various orchestral instruments including violins, cellos, Viennese horn, harp and bassoon surrounding a string bass.

    Video

    Specifications

    • Title: 1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic - Common Date
    • Purity: .9999
    • Metal: Gold
    • Weight: 1 oz
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