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Invest in the 2022 1/25 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coin BU Add a touch of musical elegance to your precious metals collection with the new 2022 1/25 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coin. First introduced in 1989, these exquisite coins pay tribute to the renowned Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, also known as the Wiener Philharmoniker. Crafted from .9999 fine gold, these coins weigh just 1/25 of a troy ounce, making them perfect for individual collectors or bulk purchases. While these Gold Philharmonics have a face value of 4 Euros, their true value lies in their precious metal content and weight. This Brilliant Uncirculated gold coin is a highly sought-after collectible that will enhance any music lover's portfolio. Don't miss the opportunity to own the 2022 1/25 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coin. Austrian Philharmonic Coins are also available in Silver and Platinum varieties, all of which pay homage to the world-famous Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Established in 1842, the Wiener Philharmoniker is one of the most esteemed orchestral ensembles globally, captivating classical music enthusiasts worldwide. Musicians who aspire to join this prestigious orchestra must undergo a rigorous application and audition process. Now, you can capture the magic of the Vienna Philharmonic by purchasing an Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coin. The obverse of the coin showcases the beautifully designed Musikverein Pipe Organ, located in the Golden Hall. This organ is the fourth version to be installed in the concert hall since 1870. On the reverse, engraver Thomas Pesendorfer's design features a captivating array of musical instruments, including the Vienna Horn, Harp, Bassoon, and a cello surrounded by four violins. Product Features: - Contains .9999 fine gold with a weight of 1/25 troy oz - Struck by the Austrian Mint - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition - Face value of 4 Euros - Legal Austrian Tender - Individual coins come in a plastic flip - Obverse: Shows the Musikverein Great Organ in the Golden Hall, with inscriptions in German for "Republik Osterreich," "2022," "4 Euro," as well as the purity and weight. - Reverse: Features an array of musical instruments, with the inscription "Wiener Philharmoniker" above the instruments