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1oz. Austrian Philharmonic
Gold Bullion Coins

1989 - Present




In 1989, the Austrian Mint surprised many bullion investors by introducing its first bullion coin, the Austrian Philharmonic Gold Bullion Coin. 

Initially, the gold bullion coins were only available in two sizes the 1 oz. and 1/4 oz

However, in 1991, the Mint introduced the 1/10 oz, and in 1994, it started to mint the 1/2 oz gold bullion coin.

The Austrian Philharmonic gold bullion coin is struck in pure, .9999 fine gold.

Recently, in 2014, the Austrian Mint commemorated the initial launch of the coin, by introducing the 1/25 oz Austrian Philharmonic Gold bullion coin.





Design of the
1 oz. Austrian Philharmonic
Gold Bullion Coin



Obverse

the Great Organ

Displayed on the obverse side of the Austrian Vienna Philharmonic gold bullion coin is the Great Organ, in the Golden Hall, at Vienna's Musikverein, the Concert Hall of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.

Inscribed along the top of the gold bullion coin is "REPUBLIK OSTERREICH" (Republic of Austria).

one oz gold philharmonic

Under the great organ, is the gold bullion coins weight "1 UNZE" and purity of "GOLD 999.9."

The coin's Year of Issue is inscribed under the weight and purity of the gold coin.

Inscribed under the year of issue, is the gold bullion coin's Face Value of "100 EURO."










Reverse

The reverse side of the Austrian Gold Bullion Coin was designed by Thomas Pesendorfer.

The design is a combination of musical instruments that make up the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.

gold philharmonic reverse

The text "WIENER PHILHARMONIKER" ("Vienna Philharmonic"), is displayed across the top of the gold coin.

Before joining the European Union in 2001, the Philharmonic gold bullion coins were valued in schillings.  From 2002 to the present day, the bullion coin has been valued in euros (€).





Edge of the
1 oz. Austrian Philharmonic
Gold Bullion Coin


The Edge on the 1oz. Austrian Philharmonic Gold bullion coin is unique to most of the other bullion coins on the market.

Most bullion coins have a reeded edge, but all of the Austrian Vienna Gold Philharmonic Bullion Coins have a grained edge.

edgeGrained Coin Edge of the Vienna Philharmonic Gold Bullion Coin

In addition, the edge of the Silver Philharmonic bullion coin is plain or smooth, and the Platinum Philharmonic has a reeded edge.





1 oz. Austrian Philharmonic Gold
Coin Information



Introduction:..........1989

IRA Approved:........Yes

Grade:....................Uncirculated

Face Value:............$2000 schillings (1989 - 2001)

Face Value:............€100 euro (2002 to Present)

Gold Content:.........1 Troy oz. (ozt.)

Total Weight:.........31.10 grams

Purity:...................99.99% / .9999

karat:....................24 karat

Diameter:..............37mm

Thickness:.............2.0mm

Designer:..............Thomas Pesendorfer

Mint Mark:.............No

Edge:....................Grained

Coin Photo courtesy of The Austrian Mint






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1 oz. Austrian Philharmonic Gold
Mintage Figures:



Year     Mintage


1989....351.000


1990....484.500


1991....233.500


1992....537.000


1993....234.000


1994....218.600


1995....645.500


1996....377.600


1997....408.300


1998....330.300


1999....230.700


2000....245.700


2001....54.700


2002....164,105


2003....179,881


2004....176,319


2005....158,564


2006....82,174


2007....108,675


2008....715,800


2009....835,700


2010....501,800


2011....586,700


2012....341,400


2013....579,200


2014....418,919


2015....647,100


2016....451,007


2017....355,436


2018....318,334


2019....164,312


2020....706,626


2021....751,500


2022....886,300


Mintage Last Updated 07/24/2023




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