|Size||Fine Metal Content||Diameter||Weight||Fineness|
|1 oz.||31.103 grams||37 mm||31.103 grams (1 troy oz)||.9999 or 24 karats|
|1/4 oz||7.766 grams||22 mm||7.776 grams (.25 troy oz.)||.9999 or 24 karats|
Bullion of the Gold Austrian Philharmonic 2023 mintage is now offered by DIATISA.
1989 saw the release of the first Philharmonic coin.
There is also the Silver Austrian Philharmonic available.
Contact the trading room at 800.333.4444 to place an order right away.
Thomas Pesendorfer, the head engraver for the Austrian Mint, created the coin in 1989 to honor the famed ensemble. The reverse of the coin displays a string bass, cellos, violins, a bassoon, a harp, and a Viennese horn.
The large organ of the orchestra's home, the Musikverein performance hall in Vienna, is depicted on the obverse of the coin.
On this side of the coin, the face value, weight, purity, and year of issuance are also included.
The World Gold Council reports that in 1992, 1995, and 1996, the Gold Austrian Philharmonic was the most popular gold coin globally.