The Vienna Philharmonic gold coin is one of the most beautiful gold coins in existence. The inspiration for this coin comes from the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. One side of the coin depicts a number of musical instruments, while the other side features the organ from the world-famous Vienna concert hall. These coins are minted by the Royal Austrian Mint in Vienna. Before the introduction of the Euro, the nominal value of this coin was still expressed in Schillings. Nowadays this is in Euros. What’s more, this is the only coin that is traded in Europe as pure gold investment currency.
The Vienna Philharmonic gold coin
The Vienna Philharmonic has been voted the most popular gold investment coin in Europe. The coin has the purest purity of 999.9 /1000 gold, making it a direct competitor to coins such as the Canadian Maple Leaf and the Australian Kangaroo. Its design pays tribute to the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and has remained unchanged since its issue in 1989. The front of this coin is richly decorated with a number of well-known instruments, including a cello and four violins. The name of the coin is arched over these objects. The back reveals the large organ from the famous Golden Hall.
Sizes of the Vienna Philharmonic gold coin
This coin, like many other gold coins, is minted in the weight of 1 troy ounce. This is the standard trading weight of precious metals and corresponds to approximately 31.1 grams of gold. All coins from the Vienna Philharmonic series have the same high purity of 24-carat gold. Are you looking to buy Vienna Philharmonic gold coins? Place your order directly online. View all available coins here and pay for your purchase securely online.