1 Troy Oz. Austrian Philharmonic 24-Karat Gold Coin. Originally minted in 1989, the Philharmonic coin is the only European legal tender gold coin produced on a large scale and denominated in Euros.
The Philharmonic coin is issued every year, in several different values, sizes and weights.
A design of musical instruments representing the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra can be seen on the reverse of the coin.
The obverse (front) of the coin depicts the great organ in the concert hall of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
The reverse (back) of the coin features a design of musical instruments representing the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
Since 2008, the coin has also been minted in silver. The design of the silver coin is identical to that of the gold coin, except for its face value.
These coins are eligible for Precious Metals IRA’s.
The Philharmonic coin has a purity of .9999 or 24-Karats, and is the largest diameter one-oz. pure gold coin.