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1/10 oz Austrian Philharmonic gold coin

Tavex is pleased to present Europe’s best selling investment gold coin, the Austrian Gold Philharmonic. Hailed for its impeccable artistic design, quality and beauty, it was the first legal tender gold coin to have its face value denominated in Euros, thus broadening its recognition and acceptability. First issued in 1989 by one of the world’s oldest and most renowned mints, the Austrian Mint in Vienna, the Gold Philharmonic coin encapsulates the essence of Austria’s rich culture and is suitable for investors who appreciate style, sophistication and 99.99% gold purity. As a long-term partner of the Austrian Mint and being the largest dealer in Scandinavia for Gold Philharmonic coins, Tavex is able to offer market leading quotes for any desired quantity of this magnificent gold bullion coin.

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The Austrian Mint is responsible for the production of the coins. The Austrian Gold Philharmonic coins that were issued from 1989 to 2001 are denominated in Austrian Shillings. When Austria switched to the new Euro currency at the beginning of 2000 it automatically meant that the face value of legal tender Gold Philharmonics would have to change as well. From 2002 onwards, all Gold Philharmonic coins have a face value denominated in Euros.

The Gold Philharmonic coin immortalises classical music in pure gold

The Austrian Gold Philharmonic coin was introduced for the first time in 1989 and would be Austria’s first legal tender coin to contain 99.99% pure gold. The Gold Philharmonic was very well received by the investment public that cherished the coin’s high gold purity, the craftsmanship that went into it, and also the fact that it was the first legal tender gold coin to be embellished with cultural symbols that most people could relate to: music. The decision to use music as a theme for the Gold Philharmonic coin made perfect sense since it represents the essence of Austria’s cultural achievements over the centuries. Many world famous musicians and composers, such as Mozart, Strauss, and Beethoven to name a few, have contributed to making Austria, and specifically its capital Vienna, famous for its operas and symphonies. Their work in classical and romantic music is immortalised in the Gold Philharmonic coin, making it a must for investors who have an affinity for the precious sound of pure gold. 

Gold Philharmonics and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

The Gold Philharmonic coin is named after the world renowned Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. The orchestra was founded in 1842 by a group of people in response to Vienna’s lack of professional orchestral organizations in the early 19th century. An administrative committee democratically elected by its musician members managed the orchestra as an independent body. The professional musicians who made up the ensemble were chosen exclusively from the Vienna State Opera where they had to have been playing for at least three years before even being considered as a potential member. To this date, the stringent recruiting process has not changed, which ensures the very highest level of artistic performance from every member of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra is today most famous for its traditional New Year’s concerts where nostalgic music from great composers is performed. These concerts have grown to become so popular that they are televised to over 90 countries, sending a message of joy for the New Year through the gracious and delightful character of music.

Face value descriptionDiameterFinenessGold weight in gramsProduct weight in gramsGold weight in Troy ounces
10 euros16999.93.109693.110.1

The obverse depicts the organ of the Musikverein concert hall in Vienna. The Musikverein is home to the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and is considered one of the world’s foremost concert halls in terms of acoustics. Above the organ on the coin is the text “REPUBLIK ÖSTERREICH”. Inscribed below the organ is the weight, purity, year of mintage and the coin’s face value of 10 Euros. 

Reverse: The reverse displays a variety of musical instruments, including a string bass, four cellos, a bassoon, a harp and a Viennese horn. Above the instruments is the text “WIENER PHILHARMONIKER”.

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