Platinum Coins and Bars

Platinum Austrian Philharmonic 1 oz

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The Philharmonic bullion coin is one of the most successful investment products in history and one of the most attractive, being sold and traded worldwide since its initial debut in 1989 as a gold coin. In the present, it can be found as both a silver and platinum coin. On its obverse lies the pipe organ from Golden Hall in a famous Austrian concert hall, the Musikverein. On its reverse lies pictures of various instruments often seen in an orchestra, including a harp, violins, and a bassoon.

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