Face value 10 Euro. However, the Austrian Mint produced several exclusive weight options, like their 2004 release of a 1,000 ounces Gold Philharmonic with a denomination of €100,000 and the 2014 and 2015 1/25 oz. coins with a face value of €4. Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coins are produced of 1/10 oz., ¼ oz., ½ oz. All of the coins for sale are minted from .9999 pure gold, and are marked with their weight and purity. The mint is in charge both of the stamping and the design of its coins, which until 2002 were only Austrian Schillings, commemorative and gold bullion coins, as well as circulation and coin blanks for other countries. The 1915 Austrian Gold coin is still being struck as the modern Austrian 100 Corona, preserving its design. Although several other mints have been established on the Austrian territory, the Vienna Principal Mint was the one and only operational mint when the Republic of Austria was founded in 1919 and changed its name to the “Austrian Mint”. The 1,000 ounce coin, also called “Big Phil”, was issued to commemorate the 15th anniversary since the introduction of the Gold Philharmonic. In 1989, the Münze Österreich ("Austrian Mint") became the subsidiary of the National Bank of Austria and since then it’s a public limited company. Austrian Gold Philharmonic coins have been the best-selling coins of 1992, 1995 and 1996, according to the World Gold Council. These coins were first produced in 1892, as the official currency coin of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until its dissolution in 1918. ), 6.78 g (0.1960 oz.) Unlike other gold bullion coins produced by many other international mints, Gold Philharmonics, issued to celebrate the Austrian Philharmonic Orchestra, carried a similar design during their mintage period, preserving the coin’s beauty and sharply detailed elements. The 1,000 ounce coin, also called “Big Phil”, was issued to commemorate the 15. anniversary since the introduction of the Gold Philharmonic. coins with a face value of €4. Fill out the information on the form to your left. ), 6.78 g (0.1960 oz.) The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/10 ounce gold is the second best-selling size with a diameter of 16 mm and an attractive price, making it an ideal gift. You can also reach a Bullion Exchanges customer service associate online by using our live chat, or by submitting your questions by email to, Subscribe To Our Newsletter To Receive Exclusive Discounts And Industry News, Bullion Exchanges - Gold and Silver Investing. (Austrian gold coins) and 33.9 g (0.9802 oz.) The Austrian Mint is considered to be one of the finest mints in the world. If you have questions about these Austrian Gold Coins, please do not hesitate to contact us by phone at 800.852.6884. Make Offer - 2008 Austria 1/4 oz Gold Philharmonic BU UNCIRCULATED 999.9 PURITY RARE COIN, CH/GEM BU 1 oz. Gold Philharmonic coins are legal tender with a 100 Euro face value, backed by the Republic of Austria. These coins were first produced in 1892, as the official currency coin of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until its dissolution in 1918. and 1 troy ounce of .9999 pure gold, carrying face values of €10, €25, €50, and €100. His image is surrounded by the legend in Latin. The image is encircled by the words “Republik Osterreich”, the coin’s size, purity, year of mintage and denomination engravings. The first mention of striking coins in Austria was in 1194 when Duke Leopold V of Austria received 15 tons of silver from Richard the Lionheart and decided to produce coins from them. and 1 troy ounce of .9999 pure gold, carrying face values of €10, €25, €50, and €100. 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First offered in 1989, the coin was designed by Thomas Pesendorfer . Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coins are produced of 1/10 oz., ¼ oz., ½ oz. The Austrian Mint is considered to be one of the finest mints in the world. JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. The Austrian Philharmonic Gold coin is a legal tender Austrian Gold coin, with its weight and purity guaranteed by the National Bank of Austria. In 2002 the mint welcomed Austrian euro coins to its production list. coins with a face value of €4. The 1/2-ounce coin has a face value of 50 euro, the ¼-ounce is 25 euro and the 1/10-ounce is a 10 euro coin. Austrian Gold Philharmonic coins have been the best-selling coins of 1992, 1995 and 1996, according to the World Gold Council. If you have questions about these Austrian Gold Coins, please do not hesitate to contact us by phone at 800.852.6884. The official currency of the Austro-Hungarian empire, the Gold Corona, carries a remarkably historically unique obverse and reverse design. One of the most famous historical Austrian Gold Coins is the Gold Corona, especially the 1915 Austrian 100 Corona Gold coin. On the market since September 1991, it contains 3.11 grams of gold with a purity level of 99.99 per cent. The obverse side of the coin features the depiction of the great organ which can be found in the Vienna Philharmonic in the Musikverein’s Golden Hall. The coin is the only bullion coin to have adopted the Euro system, and today bears a nominal value of €100. among Austrian Gold Coins is the Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coin, which was first released in late 1989. In 1989, the Münze Österreich ("Austrian Mint") became the subsidiary of the National Bank of Austria and since then it’s a public limited company. The first mention of striking coins in Austria was in 1194 when Duke Leopold V of Austria received 15 tons of silver from Richard the Lionheart and decided to produce coins from them. $110.14, Bullion Exchanges uses cookies to improve your experience on our website BullionExchanges.com and to deliver personalized content. The gold Philharmonic has a fineness of 999.9 (often written 0.9999, also known as 24 carat or 99.99% pure). of .900 pure gold. Gold Philharmonic coins can be purchased individually, in special protective vinyl coin flips and in plastic tubes of 10 coins. On the back of the coin is represented the Austrian Coat of Arms, superimposed over a crowned imperial eagle with two heads. The reverse side of the coin also contains the inscription of the Austria Philharmonics’ name engraved in German. When you finish, we will be notified of your account number, When the custodian or administrator receives the funds your prior custodian, we are securely and electronically notified of the authorized funds, We will send you a quote with the metals that you have specified so you can see how your funds are allocated across metal types, When you approve the trade we will execute the trade and automatically send your shipment to an LBMA approved facility. This is the beginning of the coinage history in Vienna, although any other mentions about the Vienna Mint haven’t been registered for over 200 years since then. Philharmonic Gold Coins issued by the Austrian Mint were introduced to commemorate the pride of every Austrian, the Philharmonic orchestra. We will send you a confirmation email with a link to the custodian or administrator, Click on the link and go directly to the IRA administrator website to fill out a self-directed IRA application. On the reverse side of the coin is represented an array of the Viennese orchestra’s instruments: the string bass, violins, cellos, bassoon, harp, and the Viennese horn. The reason for their notorious success is that Gold Philharmonics do not contain any depictions of Ancient Roman or Greek Gods, other pagan symbols or living beings such as important historical figures or animals, being one of the rarest coins that are struck without the above design concepts. In 2002 the mint welcomed Austrian euro coins to its production list. The Gold Koronas were issued during 1892 and 1918 in three denominations of 10, 20 and 100 Corona, made of, respectively, 3.39 g (0.0980 oz. The Mint changed its location several times, from near to the Hoher Markt, then Wollzeile, Himmelpfortgasse winter palace and then to its last location in central Vienna during the 19th century. 2018 Gold Austrian Philharmonic Coin 1 Ounce Pure Gold $2,549.99 The most popular modern gold bullion among Austrian Gold Coins is the Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coin, which was first released in late 1989. Minimal Price: The Austrian Mint has been manufacturing outstanding gold coins of the highest quality for over 800 years.