The Vienna Philharmonic Gold Coin is struck since 1989 in pure gold (999,9/1000). The obverse of the coin depicts the great organ in Vienna's concert hall. The obverse shows a harmonious medley of musical instruments. The Philharmonic is minted in one-ounce (troy), half-ounce, quarter-ounce and one-tenth ounce sizes. Earlier mintages before the creation...
The coins of the past, so called restrikes, are newly minted gold coins, with the same print on the front and back of the coin as it was when the coin was in circulation. They usually differ from the original in the strike year. All Ducat Gold Coins have the original image from year 1872. The strike year on the coin is 1915.
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