The Austrian Mint has announced (6th February) the production of its first-ever platinum coin for the bullion investor. The new 2016-dated issue is part of their world renowned “Philharmonic” family of gold and silver bullion one-ounce coins.
During a pre-launch reception at the World Money Fair in Berlin, Mint Director Gerhard Starsich took the opportunity to unveil the coin to invited guests and media. The design is consistent with other issues in the Vienna Philharmonic series and is produced in .9995 pure platinum.
The obverse side of the new Vienna Philharmonic coin depicts the organ of the Musikverein concert hall in Vienna, home of the internationally known orchestra; the reverse side portrays an assortment of musical instruments.
|100 Euro||.999.5 platinum||31.10 grams||37 mm.||BU||To meet demand|
The new platinum coin was officially launched on February 8 and is available in one-ounce denominations. It will be sold throughout Europe and in overseas markets, including Japan and the U.S., via authorized bullion dealers and the Austrian Mint.
For more information on this coin, please visit the Web site of the Austrian Mint. Information is offered in English & German.