This handsome 2020 1 oz Vienna Philharmonic gold bullion coin is a 99.99% pure gold bullion coin minted by the Austrian Mint, in Vienna, one of the oldest mints in Europe.
First minted in 1989, the Austrian Mint’s gold Vienna Philharmonic coin is one of the world’s best known and most attractively designed investment gold bullion coins. Each year the design on the gold bullion Vienna Philharmonic coin remains the same with only the year of issue changing.
The reverse of the 1 oz gold Vienna Philharmonic features musical instruments from the world-famous Vienna Philharmonic orchestra - a Vienna horn, a bassoon and a harp surrounding a cello in the centre and a viola and violin on each side.
The obverse of the coin features the Great pipe organ in the Golden Hall of the Vienna Concert Hall (Wiener Musikverein) with the words “Republik Oesterreich” encircling the imagery above. Both coin faces were designed by the chief engraver of the Austrian Mint.
The Austrian Mint 1 oz gold bullion Vienna Philharmonic is denominated in Euro and is legal tender coins across the Eurozone with a nominal face value of €100.
As its fully owned by the state owned Austrian central bank, the Austrian Mint and its bullion products are ultimately backed by the Austrian government.