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  • 1 troy ounce gold Philharmonic 2024 front
  • 1 troy ounce gold Philharmonic 2024 back
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1 troy ounce gold Philharmonic 2024

2.326,00 Per piece 74,78 Per gram

The price per gram is calculated by dividing the price per piece by the weight of the coin.

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The Wiener Philharmoniker is a popular gold coin. The coins contain 1 troy ounce of pure gold. According to the World Gold... The Wiener Philharmoniker is a popular gold coin. The coins contain 1 troy ounce of pure gold. According to the World Gold Council data, the Wiener Philharmoniker from Austria was the best-selling gold coin in the world in 1992, 1995, 1996, and 2000.
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Selling price
€ 2.326,00
Price per gram
€ 74,78
Net weight
1 troy ounce (31,103 gram)
31,11 gram
Year of issue
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Gold Wiener Philharmoniker coins 2024

The gold Wiener Philharmoniker coins are issued by the Münze Österreich in Vienna and have been a mainstay for years. Among all the gold coins, the Wiener Philharmoniker is one of the most popular coins in the world. The Wiener Philharmoniker coin is particularly popular in Germany.
This gold coin is struck in 1 troy ounce (31.103 grams) of pure gold (99.99%). The coins were introduced in 1989, and the Wiener Philharmoniker coins have long been the only coins in Europe to be traded as bullion coin and also have the status of legal tender.
We supply the coins from the year 2024. These are newly minted coins in good condition. The coins are standard packaged per 10 in a tube from the mint itself, for smaller purchases the coins are supplied in individual packaging.
The design of these gold coins was created by Thomas Pesendorfer. The gold Wiener Philharmoniker has had the same design since 1989 and only the year is adjusted annually. With the gold variant, the edge of the coin is milled (the silver variant has a smooth edge) and the gold Wiener Philharmoniker is a coin that is thinner than most other gold troy ounce coins. Therefore, the diameter of 37 mm is also larger than most gold coins.

Design golden Wiener Philharmoniker coin

1 troy ounce gold Philharmonic 2024 front


The obverse of the coin are various musical instruments depicting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.

1 troy ounce gold Philharmonic 2024 back


On the back is a picture of the largest organ in the world, in the Golden Hall in Vienna's Musikverein.

1,000 troy ounce coin for the 15th anniversary of Philharmoniker

In October 2004, a few Wiener Philharmoniker coins of 1,000 troy ounces were struck to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the coin. Of this coin, 15 copies were struck in the size of 1,000 troy ounces, which is over 31 kilos. The Face Value of these coins amounted to EUR 100,000. The gold Wiener Philharmoniker coin has the status of legal tender. The older gold Wiener Philharmoniker coins carry a face value of 2,000 schillings and the coins minted after the introduction of the euro have a face value of 100 euros.


  • Most famous gold coin in Europe
  • Struck in 99.99% pure gold
  • Named after the world famous Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

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Münze Österreich

Münze Österreich, also known as the Austrian Mint, is an Austrian mint responsible for producing Austria's currency. It is a global player in the international coin industry and is renowned for its impressive collectible coins, which are supplied to many countries worldwide. In their beautiful building in Vienna, they combine craftsmanship with tradition, creating stunning coins using cutting-edge technologies. Many of these coins are developed by their in-house numismatic experts. Coins from Münze Österreich are highly sought after by both investors and collectors.

In addition to minting coins, Münze Österreich supplies planchets to other countries. Planchets are discs of silver or gold used to make coins. Since 1989, Münze Österreich has been owned by the Austrian National Bank and produces around 450 million coins annually.