Austrian Gold Pendants

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About Austrian Gold Philharmonic Pendants

The Austrian Gold Philharmonic Pendant is a piece of jewelry with a miniature version of the coin as a pendant. The coin itself is a popular bullion coin minted by the Austrian Mint, and it is one of the best-selling gold coins in the world.

The Austrian Gold Philharmonic coin features the Great Organ of the Golden Hall in Vienna's Musikverein concert hall on one side and an array of instruments, including the Vienna horn, bassoon, harp, and cello, on the other side. The coin is made of .9999 fine gold and comes in various sizes, ranging from 1/25 oz to 1 oz.

The pendant typically features a miniature version of the coin set in a bezel or other mount type, allowing it to be worn as a necklace. Austrian Gold Philharmonic Pendants can be a beautiful and unique way to wear fine gold jewelry with historical and cultural significance. They are often purchased as gifts to commemorate a special occasion or achievement.

About The Philharmonic Series

The Austrian Gold Philharmonic series is a collection of gold bullion coins produced by the Austrian Mint. The coins are legal tender in Austria and have been in production since 1989.

The coin's obverse design features the Great Organ of the Musikverein concert hall in Vienna, along with the coin's weight, fineness, and face value. The reverse design features an array of orchestral instruments, including the Vienna horn, bassoon, harp, and cello.

The coins are minted in various sizes, including 1/25 oz, 1/10 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/2 oz, and 1 oz. The 1 oz coin has a face value of €100, while the smaller denominations have lower face values.

The coins are made of .9999 fine gold and are popular among investors and collectors due to their high purity, beautiful design, and worldwide recognition. The Austrian Gold Philharmonic is one of the best-selling gold coins in the world, and its popularity has only grown since its introduction in 1989. In addition to the gold coins, the Austrian Mint produces a silver version of the Philharmonic coin.

History Of The Austrian Mint

The Austrian Mint, or "Münze Österreich" in German, is one of the oldest mints in Europe and has a rich history of over 800 years.
The mint was first established in Vienna in 1194 by Duke Leopold V of Austria, who the Holy Roman Emperor granted the right to mint coins. The mint began producing coins for the Austrian-Hungarian Empire in the 16th century and has grown coins for Austria and other countries ever since.

Over the centuries, the Austrian Mint has produced some of the world's most beautiful and valuable coins, including the Maria Theresa thaler, which was used as a trade coin throughout the Middle East and parts of Africa for over 200 years.

Today, the Austrian Mint is a modern facility that produces various coins and medals, including the famous Austrian Gold Philharmonic and Silver Philharmonic bullion coins. In addition to its coin production, the mint creates commemorative coins and medals, including special editions for essential anniversaries and events.

The Austrian National Bank owns the Austrian Mint and is responsible for producing all of the country's circulation coins and coins for other countries around the world. The mint's reputation for high-quality craftsmanship and stunning design has made it a favorite among collectors and investors.
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