|Weight:||Spot Price:||Buy Price:|
|1.00 oz||£ 1,501.91||£ 1,584.52|
Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coin 1 Oz
Buy 1 Oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coins
The Austrian Philharmonic is a gold bullion coin 1 oz which is 0.9999 pure and was first minted by The Austrian Mint in Vienna in 1989.
It was the first gold bullion coin to be denominated in the euro currency. A popular gold bullion choice in Austria, Germany and much of Europe, many gold buyers view the gold Philharmonic coin as the most attractive gold bullion coin in the world today.
What are the Benefits of Owning Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coins?
- Gold Philharmonics contain 1 oz of 0.9999 pure gold
- Austrian Mint produce - one of leading mints in the world
- Legal tender coin backed by the Austrian government
- VAT free in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
- Competitive pricing and premiums
- Portable, internationally liquid form of financial insurance
How to Buy Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coins?
Buying Austrian Philharmonic gold coins is an easy and simple process. You can buy them online for Delivery or Storage using the BUY button or you can call our office to place your order over the phone.
We sell Austrian Gold Philharmonics and all major bullion coin and bar bullion formats and you can pay by bank wire, credit card or debit card.
We make a market in Gold Philharmonic bullion and offer fully insured delivery to our British clients throughout the UK - in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland - from our depository partner vaults in London and Zurich.
Insured delivery of Philharmonic coin, including monster boxes, to homes or offices is popular and many clients do both - take delivery of some Gold Philharmonics and own the rest in Secure Storage.
Many of our UK clients opt to store their Gold Philharmonics in fully insured, offshore Secure Storage jurisdictions. We specialise in offering British clients access to allocated and segregated bullion storage in secure non bank vault partners in safer jurisdictions in the world such as Zurich, Hong Kong, London and Singapore.
The Vienna Philharmonic
The Vienna Philharmonic coin or Austrian Philharmonic bullion coins are minted in gold, silver and platinum bullion by the Austrian Mint (Münze Österreich AG).
How Much Gold is in a Gold Philharmonic Coin?
Gold Philharmonics are 0.9999% (99.99%) pure or 24 carat fine and the coin weighs exactly one troy ounce. This means there is exactly one troy ounce of gold in every coin.
Like all bullion coins, the coin has an intrinsic value which is based primarily on the precious metal content and the spot price of that precious metal on international markets.
|£ 1,000 - £ 40,999||£ 1,584.52||5.50%|
|£ 41,000 - £ 81,999||£ 1,579.01||5.13%|
|£ 82,000 - £ 202,999||£ 1,571.30||4.62%|
|£ 203,000 - £ 405,999||£ 1,564.69||4.18%|
|£ 406,000 - £ 811,999||£ 1,560.28||3.89%|
|£ 812,000 +||£ 1,556.98||3.67%|
What is the History of Gold Philharmonics?
It is named after the world-famous Vienna Philharmonic orchestra (Wiener Philharmoniker), which inspires the design of both sides of the coins. The one troy ounce (1 oz) gold version was first introduced in 1989 with a face value of 2,000 Austrian schillings and remains one of the world's best selling bullion coins.
In 2002, after the adoption of the euro in Austria, the nominal value of the one-ounce coin was changed to €100. In 2008, the Mint introduced a one-ounce silver version of the coin with a nominal value of €1.50. In 2016, the mint introduced a one-ounce platinum coin with a face value of €100.
Philharmonics are minted according to global demand and thus production levels or mintage changes from to year to year. While the year of the issue changes every year, the beautiful design on the coin remains the same every year.
From the outset, the front or obverse of it depicts the pipe organ in the Vienna Music Golden Hall. The reverse of the coin shows instruments of the Vienna Philharmonic, including Vienna horn, bassoon, harp, and four violins centered on a cello. Both designs were created by Thomas Pesendorfer who is the chief engraver at The Austrian Mint.
GoldCore only sells gold coins from trusted government mints such as The Royal Mint, The U.S. Mint, The South African Mint, The Royal Canadian Mint, The Perth Mint and The Austrian Mint.
Why Buy Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coins?
Whether you decide to take possession of your precious metals or have them stored safely on your behalf with a secure third party, Philharmonic coins are an excellent bullion coin to own.
Gold Philharmonic bullion typically command premiums of between 4% and 5% with GoldCore who offer some of the most competitive premiums for both delivery by post in the UK and for secure international storage.