The Vienna Philharmonic gold coin was introduced to the world in 1989, the year the Austrian government changed the law to permit the issue of gold coins for investment purposes. The Vienna Philharmonic orchestra was chosen to represent the motif on the coin due to its distinguished status as a symbol of Austria.
The coin is designed by the Austrian Mints head engraver - Thomas Pesendorfer – and features eight signature orchestra instruments on its reverse, with the Great Organ of Musikverein Concert Hall in Vienna on the obverse of the coin.
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