We offer a number of Austrian Gold Coins including Ducats, Kronens Philharmonics and Schillings.
The Vienna Philharmonic Gold Coin is a bullion coin issued by the Austrian Mint. It was first minted in 1989 and is one of the most popular gold coins in the world. The coin is named after the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, and its design features an image of the concert hall.
The Vienna Gold Philharmonic Coin is 99.99% pure gold and has a weight of one troy ounce. It has a face value of 100 euros, but this is purely nominal and is not used in everyday transactions. The coin is available in a variety of other sizes, including 1/2 ounce, 1/4 ounce, 1/10 ounce, and 1/20 ounce.
The Austrian ducat is a gold coin that was first minted in Austria in 1284. It is one of the oldest and purest gold coins in the world, and it has been used as a currency and a form of investment for centuries.
The Austrian ducat is 98.6% pure gold and weighs 3.5 grams.
The obverse of the Austrian ducat features a portrait of the reigning monarch. The reverse features the coat of arms of Austria and a double-headed eagle.
The Austrian ducat was discontinued as a legal tender in 1938, but it is still minted as a bullion coin. It is a popular investment among collectors and investors because of its long history and high purity.
Other Austrian gold coins include the Kronen and Schilling.
Gold Austrian Kronen are gold coins that were minted by the Austrian Empire and the Republic of Austria from 1892 to 1925.
The gold Austrian Schilling was minted by the Austrian Mint from 1926 to 1938
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