In the 2000s, the Austrian Gold Philharmonic saw very low mintage levels on the whole. Between 2001 and 2007, the series experienced its most extensive period of low demand and set both its record and near-record low mintage levels. Today, 2006 1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you in plastic flips!
- 18th year of issue for the 1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic!
- Limited mintage of only 82,174 coins!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold.
- The face value of 100 Euros is fully backed by the Austrian government.
- On the obverse is the Great Pipe Organ.
- The reverse features several musical instruments.
From 2000 to 2009, the Austrian Gold Philharmonic experienced some of its lowest demand levels in history. In fact, the 2001 and these 2006 coins in the series have the two lowest mintages recorded. Between 2001 and 2007, the average mintage was around 150,000 coins.
All of these 2006 1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coins are available to you in plastic flips. The mintage of 82,174 coins in 2006 is the second lowest in the history of the series. It comes in behind only the 2001 coin and its mintage of just 54,700 coins.
On the obverse side of the 2006 Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coin is a view of the Great Pipe Organ inside of the Musikverein. The home venue for the orchestra in the city of Vienna, the Musikverein is also known as the Golden Concert Hall.
The reverse of the 2006 1 oz Gold Philharmonic includes a cornucopia of musical instruments used by members of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Included in this design are a Vienna horn, bassoon, harp, four violins, and a cello, which serves as the central focal point of the design.
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