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Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coin

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Fineness: .9999
Actual Pure Gold Content: 1.0 troy ounce
Diameter: 37mm
Face value: 2000 schillings or 100 euro (Also minted in A?, A?, 1/10-ounce sizes)

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Shown here, the Austrian (also known as Vienna) Philharmonic is the best-selling gold coin in Europe. As proof of its international popularity as one of the “pure gold coins,” the Philharmonic led sales worldwide in 1992, 1995, and 1996, according to the World Gold Council. In 2008, at the height of the worldwide credit-financial crisis, more one-ounce Philharmonics were sold on a global basis than either U.S. Eagles or Krugerrands.

The Philharmonic is struck in pure, 24-karat gold. One side of the coin depicts the great organ in Vienna’s concert hall, home of the famed Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. The other side shows a harmonious medley of musical instrumentsa��a string bass, cellos, violins, a bassoon, a harp, and Viennese horn. The Philharmonic is minted in one-ounce (troy), half-ounce, quarter-ounce, and one-tenth ounce sizes with face values of 100, 50, 25, and 10 euros, respectively. Earlier mintages before the creation of the euro were denominated in schillings.

In 2004, the Austrian Mint issued a 1,000-ounce gold Philharmonic to mark the 15th patient reviews of fluconazole. #Diflucan reviews. fluconazole reviews for yeast infection. anniversary of the popular bullion coin. This anniversary coin has a face value of 100,000 euros. Fifteen coins were struck, and they sold out within two weeks of offer. The relief on the coin was sculpted by computer and finished by hand. Each coin took 130 hours to mint. Not to be mistaken for pocket change, the 1,000-ounce Philharmonic is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s largest gold coin.

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