The 1 oz Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coin (Common Date) is a classically styled .9999 fine gold coin, with a $100 Euro face value that is backed by Austria. It is produced by the Austrian Mint in Vienna, which is acclaimed for over 800 years of exceptional gold coin production. It's quality and availability make it extremely popular across the globe.
What does Common Date mean? These 1 oz Gold Philharmonics are circulated coins (i.e. pre-owned). The years will vary and may be mixed or all the same. These affordable coins may have signs of wear but the value of their gold content is not diminished.
Investors seek out the Gold Philharmonic coin when they need to buy gold coins which that are exceedingly beautiful, easily recognizable, and highly liquid for conversion to cash currencies. The coin measures 37 mm in diameter, making it one of the widest 1 oz gold coin currently in production, and a favorite among coin collectors.
Originally minted in 1989 in Austrian Shilling denominations, the Philharmonic 1 oz coin has been denominated by the Euro since 2002. The obverse of the Philharmonic Gold coin features a montage of orchestral instruments with the name of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra written in German. The reverse depicts the Great Organ of Vienna’s Golden Hall where Vienna’s philharmonic plays, along with the coin’s purity, legal value in euros, and weight in ounces.
When you select "Common Date" 1 oz Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coins you’ll save money by letting us choose the minting years for you. We fulfill your order by selecting from the lowest priced stock of coins available. The years will vary and may be mixed or all the same. “Common Date” coins make great investments as they are less expensive than specific or current year coins.