The Vienna Philharmonicer is a collectible coin that is suitable for investment purposes. For its production, pure gold of 0.9999 samples was chosen. It has been produced from 1989 to the present. You can find it in our online store. We offer original banknotes at market prices.
All gold coins of the Vienna Philharmonicer, regardless of the year of issue, have the same characteristics. Their diameter is quite large (37 mm), and the thickness is very small (about 2 mm), which makes the coin difficult to fake. The weight is 31.1 grams. The issuing country of the money sign is Austria.
Separately, let's say about the obverse and reverse of the monetary unit. On the front side is an organ of the Vienna Concert Hall. There is an inscription "REPUBLIK OSTERREICH" located on the organ. Under it you can see the weight and face value of the monetary sign.
On the back is a cello, which is surrounded by other musical instruments. The inscription "WIENER PHILHARMONIKER" is presented in the form of an arch above the orchestra. The designer of both sides is Thomas Pesendorfer.
In addition to gold, there is a silver coin, of different years of release. You can also find it in our catalog and make a profitable purchase.
Yes, we take out coin insurance during delivery. This guarantees the safety of the purchase and the return of the full value of the goods in case of force majeure.
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Yes, you can come to our office for goods after cashless payment or pay for the order on the spot in cash.
Bank cards are not accepted for payment.
Yes, we send coins to other countries. International shipping costs are calculated individually.
Delivery time depends on how you choose to receive the item. Courier delivery takes from 2 to 5 working days. Sending by mail - from 3 to 7 days.
No, but a coin can be an original gift for a very dear person, due to the fact that the year of issue of the coin may be the year of his birth.