Like many other popular bullion coin programs, the Austrian Philharmonic Series has expanded beyond gold and silver in recent years. In 2016, the Austrian Mint added the first new metallic option for its coveted design in nearly a decade with the debut of the Austrian Platinum Philharmonic coin. Today, 2019 1 oz Austrian Platinum Philharmonic Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you inside of protective packaging or mint tubes of 10 coins!
- 4th issue of the Austrian Platinum Philharmonic coins!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .9995 pure platinum in BU condition.
- The face value of 100 (Euros) is fully backed by Austrias government.
- On the obverse face is a design of the Great Organ.
- The reverse includes the design of several musical instruments.
The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra is a cultural treasure to the people of Austria. One of the most respected and highly regarded orchestras in the world, the Vienna Philharmonic has performed in the nations capital city of Vienna since 1842 when it was formed. Regularly orchestral performances in the city date back even further to the early 1830s, though the orchestra was formally established at that point.
All 2019 1 oz Austrian Platinum Philharmonic Coins in this listing come in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The coins ship with either individual packaging or a mint tube of 10 coins. Platinum Philharmonic coins were introduced by the Austrian Mint in 2016 and are available only as 1 oz platinum coins.
On the obverse of 2019 Austrian Platinum Philharmonic Coins, youll find the same designs used on all other versions of the coin. The Great Organ from inside the Golden Concert Hall is beautifully depicted on the obverse face of the coins. This side of the coin includes engravings of the nation of issue, weight, purity, metal content, face value, and date of issue.
The reverse of 2019 1 oz Austrian Platinum Philharmonic Coins features a collection of nine musical instruments. Included in this field is a cello in the center flanked on either side by two violins. The instruments in the background include a flute, harp, bassoon, and a horn. The lone engraving on this side identifies the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra in German lettering.
Founded in 1194 by Duke Leopold V, the Austrian Mint is one of Europes oldest operating mint facilities. The initial funding to launch the mint was a result of a 15 ton silver payment made to Leopold V by Englands King Richard I, better known as Richard the Lionheart, as a ransom for his troops.
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