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2023 1/4 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic

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$544.52 -34%
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$777.89 -4%
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$567.21 -30%
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$810.30


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The Austrian Gold Philharmonic is among the best-selling gold bullion coins in the world. Its rich history and detailed design have investors and collectors continuing to buy this coin every year. Now is your chance to get the 2023 1/4 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic from GoldClub Direct!

The 1/4 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic was released in 1989 alongside the 1 oz version, making it a unique combo of weights competing against other sovereign coins. The Austrian Mint continued rolling out different weights over the next couple of years. The 1/10 oz gold coin was released in 1991 and the 1/2 oz gold coin was introduced in 1994. In 2014, the Mint released a 1/25 oz Gold Philharmonic for the 25th anniversary of the series. The Philharmonic is now also available in silver and platinum varieties.

The 2023 1/4 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic contains .25 Troy oz of .9999 fine gold and will arrive in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Each coin will ship in an individual plastic flip and multiples of 20 will ship in tubes. The 1/4 oz Philharmonic has a face value of 25 Euros issued by the Austrian Government. 

The obverse face features an image of the pipe organ found at the Musikverein, also known as the Golden Concert Hall. This is the venue where the Vienna Philharmonic Symphony plays while in Vienna, Austria. Also included on the obverse are inscriptions of the metal weight, metal content, purity, year of issue, and face value.

The obverse face displays various musical instruments found in the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. The center of the design features a cello. Surrounding the cello are four violins, a French horn, a bassoon, and a harp.

Gold Coin highlights

  • Arrives inside individual plastic flips or plastic tubes of 20 coins.
  • Launched by the Austrian Mint in 1989.
  • Contains .25 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold in BU condition.
  • 25 Euro face value, backed by the Austrian government.
  • The obverse displays the Great Pipe Organ of the Musikverein.
  • The reverse highlights a variety of musical instruments.

Specifications

ManufacturerAustrian Mint
ConditionBrilliant Uncirculated
Purity.9999
Thickness1.2 mm
Diameter22 mm
Metal Weight.25 Troy Ounce
Year Minted2023
Country of OriginAustria
IRA EligibilityYes
CoANo
Packaging TypePlastic Flip
SKUGPHQ23

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    The Austrian Gold Philharmonic is among the best-selling gold bullion coins in the world. Its rich history and detailed design have investors and collectors continuing to buy this coin every year. Now is your chance to get the 2023 1/4 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic from GoldClub Direct!

    The 1/4 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic was released in 1989 alongside the 1 oz version, making it a unique combo of weights competing against other sovereign coins. The Austrian Mint continued rolling out different weights over the next couple of years. The 1/10 oz gold coin was released in 1991 and the 1/2 oz gold coin was introduced in 1994. In 2014, the Mint released a 1/25 oz Gold Philharmonic for the 25th anniversary of the series. The Philharmonic is now also available in silver and platinum varieties.

    The 2023 1/4 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic contains .25 Troy oz of .9999 fine gold and will arrive in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Each coin will ship in an individual plastic flip and multiples of 20 will ship in tubes. The 1/4 oz Philharmonic has a face value of 25 Euros issued by the Austrian Government. 

    The obverse face features an image of the pipe organ found at the Musikverein, also known as the Golden Concert Hall. This is the venue where the Vienna Philharmonic Symphony plays while in Vienna, Austria. Also included on the obverse are inscriptions of the metal weight, metal content, purity, year of issue, and face value.

    The obverse face displays various musical instruments found in the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. The center of the design features a cello. Surrounding the cello are four violins, a French horn, a bassoon, and a harp.