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Austrian Mint

1oz Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coin (2024)

1oz Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coin (2024)

Prix habituel $3,417.00 CAD
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Description

Embrace the enduring harmony of precious metals with the captivating 1oz 2024 Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coin. This masterpiece, meticulously crafted by the renowned Austrian Mint, celebrates a legacy of musical excellence and exquisite craftsmanship. Immerse yourself in the radiant glow of .9999 fine gold, sculpted into a mesmerizing tribute to the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Austria's cultural crown jewel.

- Shipping Variations: Usually shipped individually in a plastic capsule; order of 100 usually shipped in monster box.

- Unmatched Purity: Experience the exceptional value and investment security of .9999 fine gold, the highest purity available, equivalent to 24 karats.

- Obverse: The obverse of the coin proudly displays the Great Organ located in the Golden Hall, one of the most iconic concert halls in Austria, symbolizing the nation's esteemed musical history. It also features inscriptions that include "REPUBLIK OSTERREICH," the weight "1 UNZE GOLD 999.9," the year of issue, and the denomination

- Reverse: The reverse side showcases a meticulously detailed ensemble of musical instruments that represent the celebrated Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. This collection includes a french horn, bassoon, harp, cello, and four violins. The design is completed with the inscription "WIENER PHILHARMONIKER," translating to Vienna Philharmonic​

Specifications

- Weight: 1 oz
- Purity: .9999 fine gold
- Condition: New
- Diameter: 37 mm
- Thickness: 2 mm
- Mint: Austrian Mint
- Finish: Brilliant uncirculated
- Denomination: 100 Euro

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