1/4 Oz Gold Austrian Philharmonic - Random Year

1/4 oz Gold Austrian Philharmonic - Random Year

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Buy 1/4 oz Gold Austrian Philharmonic - Random Year

The Austrian Philharmonic gold coin, also known as the Vienna Philharmonic coin, has been produced by the Austrian Mint since 1989.

Gainesville Coins offers the Random Year 1/4 oz Gold Philharmonic as an affordable way to collect this pure gold bullion coin. Measuring 22mm by 1.2mm, this coin contains 1/4 troy ounce of 99.99% pure gold - the highest purity gold in normal production in the world.

Since the Philharmonic gold coins began production before the introduction of the euro common currency, quarter-ounce coins minted between 1989 and 2001 will bear the face value of 500 schillings. Those struck from 2002 to the present have a denomination of 25 euros.

All Austrian Philharmonics feature the same design - the Grand Organ of the Vienna Philharmonic concert hall with the weight and denomination on the obverse, and various orchestral instruments on the reverse.

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7.78 gram
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Face Value
25 Euro
Mint Name
Austrian Mint
16 mm
1.2 mm

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