The Viennese Philharmonic gold coins are considered one of the world’s leading bullion coins. They are created from 24-karat gold. The coin’s face value is 100 Euro. The Austrian Gold Philharmonic is a one-ounce gold coin, and was issued in 2014. It is 999.9/1000 pure gold. This coin is 37 millimeters in diameter and its thickness is 2 millimeters. This is the perfect coin for collectors, especially music lovers. The Austrian Gold Philharmonic coins are highly sought after in North America, Europe, and Japan, making them a worthwhile addition to a collection worldwide due to their global acceptance. Because they are accepted worldwide, they are easily traded. Vienna is highly renowned in the world of classical music, so it is not at all surprising that the Austrian Gold Philharmonic received its name from the world famous Viennese orchestra. One side of the coin the organ that can be found in Vienna’s Musikverein concert hall, which is the Philharmonic’s home, is displayed. The reverse side displays an assortment of orchestral instruments: a string bass, a cello, a violin, a bassoon, a harp, and a Viennese horn. This coin is the dream coin for any collector who is a lover of music.