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IRA-Approved Gold Philharmonics

To include these items in your Precious Metals IRA, you must first contact our IRA Department at (800) 418-0235. For more information, please visit our Precious Metals IRA page.

For products to qualify for a Precious Metals IRA, they must meet minimum fineness requirements as set by the IRS. Gold must be at least .995 fine. Our IRA specialists are available to guide you through our wide selection of Gold IRA-eligible Philharmonics.

APMEX recommends discussing the details of your personal investment strategy with your IRA Custodian or financial adviser.

IRA-approved Gold Philharmonics are a type of gold bullion coin issued by the Austrian Mint. These coins are considered eligible for investment within an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) and are a popular choice for those looking to diversify their retirement savings with physical precious metals.

The Gold Philharmonic was first issued in 1989 and is named after the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, one of the world's most renowned orchestras. The coin's design features a variety of musical instruments used by members of the orchestra, including the cello, violin, harp, and French horn.

IRA-approved Gold Philharmonics are minted with 99.99% pure gold, and each coin is assigned a face value in Euros. These coins are available in several denominations, including 1/10 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/2 oz, and 1 oz.

Investors may choose to purchase IRA-approved Gold Philharmonics to protect their retirement savings against inflation and economic uncertainty. The coins are considered a tangible asset that can hold value even in times of market volatility.

It's important to note that not all gold coins are eligible for investment within an IRA. To qualify, a coin must meet certain standards set by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). IRA-approved Gold Philharmonics meet these standards and can be a suitable option for those looking to diversify their retirement portfolio with physical gold.


The History of the Austrian Mint

The Austrian Mint, also known as the Münze Österreich, is one of the oldest mints in the world, with a history dating back over 800 years. The mint has been producing coins for Austria and other countries since its founding in 1194, making it one of the oldest continuously operating minting institutions in Europe.

The Austrian Mint has a long and rich history, with its coins playing a significant role in the economic and cultural development of Austria and Europe as a whole. Throughout the centuries, the mint has produced a wide range of coins, from medieval and Renaissance coins to modern bullion coins.

One of the most significant periods in the Austrian Mint's history was during the reign of Emperor Franz Joseph I in the late 19th century. During this time, the mint produced a variety of iconic coins, including the Austrian gold ducat and the gold and silver Maria Theresa thaler, which is still in circulation in some countries today.

In the modern era, the Austrian Mint has continued to produce high-quality coins and bullion products, including the Gold Philharmonic and Silver Philharmonic bullion coins, which are widely regarded as among the best in the world. The mint also produces commemorative coins and medals, as well as providing minting services for other countries.

Today, the Austrian Mint is owned by the Austrian National Bank and continues to play an important role in the economic and cultural life of Austria and the wider world.

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