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  • 1 troy ounce platinum Philharmonic coin 2024 front
  • 1 troy ounce platinum Philharmonic coin 2024 back

1 troy ounce platinum Philharmonic coin 2024

1.193,00 Per piece 38,36 Per gram

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

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This 2024 platinum Wiener Philharmoniker coin is minted by the Münze Österreich from Austria. The platinum Wiener Philharm... This 2024 platinum Wiener Philharmoniker coin is minted by the Münze Österreich from Austria. The platinum Wiener Philharmoniker coin is the first and so far only platinum coin issued by the Münze Österreich and is popular among investors in physical platinum.
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Specifications

Munze osterreich
Selling price
€ 1.193,00
Price per gram
€ 38,36
Net weight
1 troy ounce (31,103 gram)
Fineness
99,95%
Brutogewicht
31,12 gram
Condition
Brilliantly Uncirculated
Year of issue
2024
Mint
Münze Österreich

Information

Platinum Wiener Philharmoniker coin 1 troy ounce 2024

In response to increasing demand for platinum investment coins, the Münze Österreich decided in 2017 to mint the Platinum Philharmoniker coin for the first time. This is in stark contrast to their gold variant that have been on the market for a lot longer. Despite its recent introduction, the platinum version of the Philharmoniker coin has quickly gained popularity among investors in physical platinum. The Platinum Philharmoniker is now one of Europe's best-known platinum investment coins and is globally easily tradable.
 
We deliver coins of the year 2024 minted in 99.95% pure platinum. These 1 troy ounce Philharmoniker coins are purchased directly from official distributors of the Münze Österreich, the official minting house of Austria.
 
Because the platinum Wiener Philharmoniker is legal tender with a nominal value, this coin is traded under the margin scheme. This means that no 21% VAT has to be paid when purchasing these coins. VAT is only charged on the dealer's profit. This makes these platinum coins relatively cheaper than platinum bars which are considered commodities and therefore taxed at 21% VAT.
 
We offer a buy-back guarantee for all platinum coins with a fixed bid price of the platinum price at that moment.

Design platinum Philharmonic coin

The design of the coin is similar to the gold and silver Philharmoniker coins. This contributes to the worldwide recognisability of this relatively young coin.
 
On the obverse of the coin, the characteristic image of several instruments including the cello, violin, and harp is depicted. The text Wiener Philharmoniker is also clearly visible. On the reverse of the coin, an image of the Great Organ of the Golden Hall in Austria's concert hall; the Musikverein is displayed. The coin's nominal value of 100 EURO and the platinum content 1 UNZE PLATIN 999.5 can also be seen.


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  • Part of the popular Wiener Philharmoniker investment coins
  • Minted in 1 troy ounce (31.101 grams) of pure platinum (99.95%)
  • Issued by Münze Österreich since 2017


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Munze osterreich

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.