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1/10th oz Gold Austrian Philharmonic Coin
The Austrian Mint released the nation’s first-ever gold bullion coin in 1989 with its Austrian Gold Philharmonic. The coin’s design came from Austrian Mint engraver Thomas Pesendorfer, and featured imagery on both sides representing the Vienna Philharmonic orchestra. Originally formed in 1842, it is one the longest running and most popular orchestras in the world today.
Austrian Gold Philharmonic coins actually debuted with only a 1 oz and ¼ oz variety available. These 1/10 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic coins were not added until 1991, at which point the Austrian Mint also released a ½ oz version of the coin.
Each 1/10 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic coin available to you today will feature a random year of issue mark. The coins will have year-of-issue marks ranging from the introductory year of 1991 to the current 2016 series. The specific year of release you receive will depend upon availability at the time your order is processed for shipping.
On the obverse of all coins in the series you’ll find the image of the pipe organ from inside the Musikverein Golden Hall in Vienna. Engravings on this face are in German, and include “Republik Osterreich,” the coin’s face value, and the phrase “1 Unze Gold 999.9.”
The reverse also features engravings in German that read “Wiener Philharmoniker.” Design elements on this face focus on the variety of musical instruments used by members of the orchestra, and include a Vienna horn, bassoon, harp, and four violins, among others.
|Face Value||$10 Euros|
|Obverse Designer||Thomas Pesendorfer|
|Reverse Designer||Thomas Pesendorfer|
|Metal Weight||.1 Troy Ounce|