Starting around 2016, there was an explosion of platinum coins offered in the bullion coin market. Given the relative affordability and growing demand for platinum in the 2010s, several mints expanded existing programs to include a platinum version. The popular Austrian Philharmonic was one of these collections. Today, 1 oz Austrian Platinum Philharmonic Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion with random dates.
- Available to you inside individual plastic flips!
- Issued as of 2016!
- Offered here with random dates!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .9995 pure platinum.
- The face value of 100 Euro is fully backed by the Austrian government.
- On the obverse is the pipe organ in the Golden Concert Hall.
- The reverse field features a collection of musical instruments.
- Please note you may receive coins with matching dates when buying more than one.
Austrian Philharmonic bullion coins debuted back in 1989 with the release of two gold bullion coins. The gold bullion collection has grown with time to include a total of five gold coins. In 2008, the series introduced a 1 oz silver bullion coin. The Austrian Platinum Philharmonic is the most recent addition to the series, with a 1 oz coin introduced in 2016 and a 1/25 oz coin in 2017.
All of these 1 oz Austrian Platinum Philharmonic Coins are available to you for purchase with individual plastic flips. The 1 oz platinum coins offered here come with random date marks. The series started in 2016 and remains in production annually, so a 2016 coin is the oldest possible date you could receive. Please note that we are not able to guarantee the date mark of the coin you receive in advance. All items are chosen from in-stock options at the time that your payment clears. If you buy more than one, it is possible you will get coins that have the same date marks.
On the obverse of Austrian Platinum Philharmonic Coins is a depiction of the pipe organ inside the Golden Concert Hall. The Golden Concert Hall is the primary performance venue within the Musikverein, the home to the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra when it performs in the Austrian national capital.
The reverse side of 1 oz Platinum Philharmonic Coins comes with a depiction of musical instruments. These instruments represent some of the common ones used by the members of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. The design element includes a cello in the central foreground with two violins on either side of it, for a total of four violins in all. In the background, you can see a French horn, harp, and bassoon.
Please contact JM Bullion if you have any questions about the coins available here. You can call us at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or email us directly.