Austrian Vienna Philharmonic

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The Austrian Vienna Philharmonic was first produced by the Austrian Mint in 1989.The obverse features the great organ in Vienna’s Golden Concert Hall. The weight, fineness, date of issue, and face value in Euros are also included. At top sits the official name of the country, “REPUBLIK ÖSTERREICH”. The reverse depicts a collection of orchestral instruments: a cello, four violins, a french horn, bassoon, and harp. Vienna Philharmonics are made from 24 karat gold. The Austrian Mint guarantees the Philharmonic’s weight and purity and backs its monetary value. Item Diameter Thickness

 

 

ItemWeightDiameterThickness
1 0z31.103 Grams37 mm2 mm
1/2 oz15.552 Grams28 mm1.6 mm
1/4 oz7.776 Grams22 mm1.2 mm
1/10 oz3.121 Grams16 mm1.2 mm

 

 

 

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The Austrian Vienna Philharmonic was first produced by the Austrian Mint in 1989.The obverse features the great organ in Vienna’s Golden Concert Hall. The weight, fineness, date of issue, and face value in Euros are also included. At top sits the official name of the country, “REPUBLIK ÖSTERREICH”. The reverse depicts a collection of orchestral instruments: a cello, four violins, a french horn, bassoon, and harp. Vienna Philharmonics are made from 24 karat gold. The Austrian Mint guarantees the Philharmonic’s weight and purity and backs its monetary value. Item Diameter Thickness

 

 

Austrian Vienna Philharmonic
.9999 Fine Gold
ItemWeightDiameterThickness
1 0z31.103 Grams37 mm2 mm
1/2 oz15.552 Grams28 mm1.6 mm
1/4 oz7.776 Grams22 mm1.2 mm
1/10 oz3.121 Grams16 mm1.2 mm

 

 

 

Additional information

Origin

Austria

Date

1989