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The coin is designed by Thomas Pesendorfer, chief engraver of the Austrian Mint. The obverse depicts the famous Goldener Saal organ of the Vienna Musikverein, known worldwide for the Philharmonic's New Year's concerts. The inscription "REPUBLIK ÖSTERREICH" stands above it, as well as the weight, type and purity of the metal, the year of issue, and the face value. The reverse presents a composition of eight characteristic orchestral instruments: a cello in the centre, four violins on both sides, and in the background - a horn, bassoon and harp and the inscription "WIENER PHILHARMONIKER" in a semicircle. Interestingly, since the year of the first issue, the motif of the Vienna Philharmonic coins has always been the same. In 2002, the face value changed from 2000 shillings to 100 euros. Since then, the only thing that has changed is the year of the issue.

The manufacturer

The Austrian Mint (Münze Österreich) was found in 1194. The event that marked its beginning was the payment of a ransom of 12 tons of silver by England for the release of King Richard the Lionheart. It was paid to the Duke of Austria Leopold V Babenberg, who decided to start minting silver coins using a part of this silver. That laid the foundation of the Austrian Mint, which for more than 825 years now continues to create coins of exceptional artistic value and craftsmanship. Today, the Mint manufactures one of the most popular fine gold coins in the world - the Vienna Philharmonic.

Delivery

We ship all our orders with Econt Express. The cost of delivery is at the customer's expense and is formed based on the chosen methods of payment and delivery.

Orders received by 3 p.m. on working days and chosen payment method cash on delivery or credit card are processed and shipped on the same day. Orders received after 3 p.m. or during the weekend, are processed and despatched on the next working day.

Each shipment has the "Check" option. In case the customer decides to return the order, the delivery and return costs are at the expense of the customer.

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Vienna Philharmonic 1 Ounce Fine Gold Coin 2022

Metal Fine Gold Weight 31.10 g Dimensions 37 mm Purity Gold 999.9/1000 Legal tender EUR 100 Manufacturer Münze Österreich Country Austria Series Vienna Philharmonic Packaging Coin Capsule Available 0 pcs.
3530.00 BGN

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in one ounce gold is one of the most popular investment gold products. It is produced by the Austrian Mint and was first put on the market in 1989.

It is minted in a diameter of 37 mm from 31.1 grams (1 oz) of fine gold 999.9 with a face value of 100 euros.

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in gold is available in one ounce, ½ ounce, ¼ ounce and 1/10 ounce, as well as Vienna Philharmonic 1 Ounce Silver 2022 Coin.

The manufacturers offer gold and silver investment coins without a certificate.

The delivered products may vary slightly from the picture shown.

Investment gold is exempt from VAT under Art. 160 (1) of the VAT Act.

Design

The coin is designed by Thomas Pesendorfer, chief engraver of the Austrian Mint. The obverse depicts the famous Goldener Saal organ of the Vienna Musikverein, known worldwide for the Philharmonic's New Year's concerts. The inscription "REPUBLIK ÖSTERREICH" stands above it, as well as the weight, type and purity of the metal, the year of issue, and the face value. The reverse presents a composition of eight characteristic orchestral instruments: a cello in the centre, four violins on both sides, and in the background - a horn, bassoon and harp and the inscription "WIENER PHILHARMONIKER" in a semicircle. Interestingly, since the year of the first issue, the motif of the Vienna Philharmonic coins has always been the same. In 2002, the face value changed from 2000 shillings to 100 euros. Since then, the only thing that has changed is the year of the issue.

The manufacturer

The Austrian Mint (Münze Österreich) was found in 1194. The event that marked its beginning was the payment of a ransom of 12 tons of silver by England for the release of King Richard the Lionheart. It was paid to the Duke of Austria Leopold V Babenberg, who decided to start minting silver coins using a part of this silver. That laid the foundation of the Austrian Mint, which for more than 825 years now continues to create coins of exceptional artistic value and craftsmanship. Today, the Mint manufactures one of the most popular fine gold coins in the world - the Vienna Philharmonic.

Delivery

We ship all our orders with Econt Express. The cost of delivery is at the customer's expense and is formed based on the chosen methods of payment and delivery.

Orders received by 3 p.m. on working days and chosen payment method cash on delivery or credit card are processed and shipped on the same day. Orders received after 3 p.m. or during the weekend, are processed and despatched on the next working day.

Each shipment has the "Check" option. In case the customer decides to return the order, the delivery and return costs are at the expense of the customer.

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