2022 1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coin (BU)
|Mint Mark||Not Shwon|
|Face Value||$100 Euro|
|Obverse Designer||Thomas Pesendorfer|
|Reverse Designer||Thomas Pesendorfer|
|Packaging Type||Plastic Flip|
|Package Dimensions||2 x 2 x 0.3|
|Metal Weight||1 Troy Ounce|
2022 1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coin The gold coins for sale in the Austrian Philharmonic Series are some of the most popular coins in the world. Introduced by the Austrian Mint in 1989 and designed by its Chief Engraver, Thomas Pesendorfer, the Austrian Gold Philharmonic is available in a total of five weights as of 2014. Right now, 2022 1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coins are available to purchase online from Capital Bullion.
- Arrives inside individual protective flips, acrylic tubes of 10 coins, or mint-sealed boxes of 100 coins!
- 34th issue of 1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coins!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold in BU condition.
- Bears a face value of 100 Euro backed by the federal government of Austria.
- The obverse features the pipe organ of the Musikverein.
- On the reverse side is a collection of musical instruments.
Each 2022 1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coin available to you here comes individually packaged or in bulk packaging. Individual coins come with protective flips, while multiples of 10 coins come in acrylic tubes and multiples of 100 coins are housed in boxes from the mint. The box holds a total of 10 tubes. Each coin in this listing is in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
The Austrian Mint introduced the 1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic as the first coin in the series in 1989. It was issued alongside the 1/4 oz gold coin in that same year. The series expanded quickly in the early years. In 1991, a 1/10 oz gold coin was introduced and in 1994 a 1/2 oz gold coin was released. The last expansion of the series came 20 years later with the 2014 debut of a 1/25 oz gold coin. This was released for the 25th anniversary of the series and proved so popular the mint kept issuing it annually in the years that followed.
The obverse of 2022 Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coins comes with an image of the pipe organ inside the Musikverein. The pipe organ now installed in the Golden Concert Hall is the second during the lifetime of the building. The first was installed in 1872 and replaced by the existing pipe organ in 1907.
On the reverse side of 2022 1 oz Gold Philharmonic Coins is an image of musical instruments. The field includes a cello, two violins, a bassoon behind the cello, with a French horn and a harp behind the violins.