The gold for sale from the Austrian Mint’s Gold Philharmonic Series comes in a total of five different weights for investors. The smallest of the coins in this series is also the most recent addition, having joined the series in 2014. Today, 2021 1/25 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you in an individual plastic flip or a mint tube of 20 coins!
- 8th year of issue for 1/25 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coins!
- Contains 1/25 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold in BU condition.
- The face value of 4 (Euro) is fully backed by the Austrian government.
- On the obverse is the Great Pipe Organ.
- The reverse field depicts a selection of musical instruments.
Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coins debuted in 1989 at the Austrian Mint. The coins were released at first in 1 oz gold and 1/4 oz gold. There were three subsequent years in which new weights were added into the series. The first of these was 1991 when the 1/10 oz gold coin was offered. The second was 1994 when the 1/2 oz coin debuted. These 1/25 oz gold coins were the most recent addition, joining the others in 2014.
All of the 2021 1/25 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coins available in this product listing come in individual or multiples packaging. The individual coins come in plastic flips, while multiples of 20 coins come in mint tubes. Each one of the coins is a Brilliant Uncirculated specimen.
On the obverse of 2021 Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coins is an image of the Great Pipe Organ. This impressive pipe organ is a permanent fixture within the Musikverein, a musical venue that is considered one of the greatest acoustic settings in the world for orchestral performances. The Great Pipe Organ currently in the building was built and installed in 1907, and recently modified and rejuvenated in 2011.
The reverse field of the 2021 1/25 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coins includes a depiction of eight musical instruments. At the center of the design field is a large cello. This is flanked on either side by two violins, with four violins in total. In the background field, you will find a bassoon, a harp, and a Vienna horn.
Founded in 1194, the Austrian Mint is the official sovereign mint of the Republic of Austria. The mint was founded by Duke Leopold V with 15 tonnes of silver paid to him in ransom by King Richard I of England.
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