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Investment coins in gold, silver and platinum

It pays to invest in quality

Buying investment products from one of the world's most respected mints makes perfect sense.

Boasting 825 years of experience, the Münze Österreich is renowned the world over for first-class precious metal processing and coin manufacture. A member of the international minting elite, it is a global player in this field.

Without such a pedigree the Vienna Philharmonic would never have become Europe’s most sought after bullion coin. 

Also coveted are our historical re-strikes, Ducats, Guilders and Crowns, which are some of our most established products. In addition to gold, silver and platinum are becoming increasingly popular – a demand we cater for with our Vienna Philharmonics in silver and platinum.

Here you can find our current precious metal prices.

Maria Theresa Taler – Proof

Modern Re-Strikes

Maria Theresa Taler 2017

Proof

Version in coin capsule for the "Collector Album – Empress Maria Theresa"

A historical souvenir combining beauty of design with the value of silver, the Maria Theresa Taler is one of the Austrian Mint’s most internationally recognised coins. One of the most famous silver coins in the world, it is also one of the most minted, having been continuously re-struck since 1857.

€ 32.63

    Maria Theresa Taler in proof quality

Modern Re-Strikes
Maria Theresa Taler – Proof

Maria Theresa Taler 2017

Proof

Version in coin capsule for the "Collector Album – Empress Maria Theresa"

A historical souvenir combining beauty of design with the value of silver, the Maria Theresa Taler is one of the Austrian Mint’s most internationally recognised coins. One of the most famous silver coins in the world, it is also one of the most minted, having been continuously re-struck since 1857.

€ 32.63

1 Ounce Fine Silver (999) Blisterpack

Vienna Philharmonic

Silver Philharmonic 1.5 Euro 2016

Uncirculated

The runaway success of the world famous Vienna Philharmonic bullion coin is not only limited to its golden manifestation. Struck in pure silver, the silver Vienna Philharmonic has also proved to be a massive hit with investors.

€ 28.97

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    silver Vienna philharmonic

Vienna Philharmonic
1 Ounce Fine Silver (999) Blisterpack

Silver Philharmonic 1.5 Euro 2016

Uncirculated

The runaway success of the world famous Vienna Philharmonic bullion coin is not only limited to its golden manifestation. Struck in pure silver, the silver Vienna Philharmonic has also proved to be a massive hit with investors.

€ 28.97

Maria Theresa Taler Proof Coin

Modern Re-strikes

Maria Theresa Taler No Face Value 2011

Proof

A historical souvenir combining beauty of design with the value of silver, the Maria Theresa Taler is one of the Austrian Mint’s most internationally recognised coins. One of the most famous silver coins in the world, it is also one of the most minted, having been continuously re-struck since 1857.

€ 35.03

    Maria Theresa Taler _PP Blister

Modern Re-strikes
Maria Theresa Taler Proof Coin

Maria Theresa Taler No Face Value 2011

Proof

A historical souvenir combining beauty of design with the value of silver, the Maria Theresa Taler is one of the Austrian Mint’s most internationally recognised coins. One of the most famous silver coins in the world, it is also one of the most minted, having been continuously re-struck since 1857.

€ 35.03

Maria Theresa Taler

Modern Re-strikes

Maria Theresa Taler No Face Value 2011

Uncirculated

A historical souvenir combining beauty of design with the value of silver, the Maria Theresa Taler is one of the Austrian Mint’s most internationally recognised coins. One of the most famous silver coins in the world, it is also one of the most minted, having been continuously re-struck since 1857.

€ 26.63

sold out

    Maria Theresa Taler Blister

Modern Re-strikes
Maria Theresa Taler

Maria Theresa Taler No Face Value 2011

Uncirculated

A historical souvenir combining beauty of design with the value of silver, the Maria Theresa Taler is one of the Austrian Mint’s most internationally recognised coins. One of the most famous silver coins in the world, it is also one of the most minted, having been continuously re-struck since 1857.

€ 26.63

1 Ounce Fine Silver (999) Christmas Edition 2021

Vienna Philharmonic

Silver Philharmonic 1.5 Euro

Uncirculated

Have a harmonious Christmas 2021 with the Vienna Philharmonic in silver. This special Christmas gift pack has a space inside where you can add a personal dedication to the lucky recipient of this precious present.

€ 39.60

sold out

Vienna Philharmonic
1 Ounce Fine Silver (999) Christmas Edition 2021

Silver Philharmonic 1.5 Euro

Uncirculated

Have a harmonious Christmas 2021 with the Vienna Philharmonic in silver. This special Christmas gift pack has a space inside where you can add a personal dedication to the lucky recipient of this precious present.

€ 39.60

1 Ounce Platinum (999,5) in blisterpack

Vienna Philharmonic

Platinum Philharmonic 100 Euro

Uncirculated

Good things come in threes. The exclusive club now has a third member. The world famous Vienna Philharmonic bullion coin is now available in Platinum in addition to gold and silver. Named in honour of the world-famous orchestra, the Vienna Philharmonic in gold is one of the bestselling bullion coins worldwide and counts among the favourites with investors in Europe, Japan and North America. Almost as valuable, Platinum makes for an excellent alternative investment to gold and the Austrian Mint is expecting its new Platinum coin to perform just as impressively.

€ 1,127.05

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    1 ounce Platinum Vienna Philharmonic

Vienna Philharmonic
1 Ounce Platinum (999,5) in blisterpack

Platinum Philharmonic 100 Euro

Uncirculated

Good things come in threes. The exclusive club now has a third member. The world famous Vienna Philharmonic bullion coin is now available in Platinum in addition to gold and silver. Named in honour of the world-famous orchestra, the Vienna Philharmonic in gold is one of the bestselling bullion coins worldwide and counts among the favourites with investors in Europe, Japan and North America. Almost as valuable, Platinum makes for an excellent alternative investment to gold and the Austrian Mint is expecting its new Platinum coin to perform just as impressively.

€ 1,127.05

1/25 Ounce Platinum (999.5) in Miniblister

Vienna Philharmonic

Platinum Philharmonic 4 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/25 ounce platinum: The second size in the Vienna Philharmonic platinum family. This 13-mm-diameter coin is perfect as a gift or as an introduction to the world of coin collecting. It has a face value of 4 Euro and its attractive price makes it accessible for all budgets.

€ 66.79

sold out

    1/25 ounce platinum philharmonic in blister

Vienna Philharmonic
1/25 Ounce Platinum (999.5) in Miniblister

Platinum Philharmonic 4 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/25 ounce platinum: The second size in the Vienna Philharmonic platinum family. This 13-mm-diameter coin is perfect as a gift or as an introduction to the world of coin collecting. It has a face value of 4 Euro and its attractive price makes it accessible for all budgets.

€ 66.79

1/25 Ounce Platinum (999.5) plus Packing

Vienna Philharmonic

Platinum Philharmonic 4 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/25 ounce platinum: The second size in the Vienna Philharmonic platinum family. This 13-mm-diameter coin is perfect as a gift or as an introduction to the world of coin collecting. It has a face value of 4 Euro and its attractive price makes it accessible for all budgets.

€ 69.79

sold out

    1/25 Ounce Platinum coin in case

Vienna Philharmonic
1/25 Ounce Platinum (999.5) plus Packing

Platinum Philharmonic 4 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/25 ounce platinum: The second size in the Vienna Philharmonic platinum family. This 13-mm-diameter coin is perfect as a gift or as an introduction to the world of coin collecting. It has a face value of 4 Euro and its attractive price makes it accessible for all budgets.

€ 69.79

1/25 Ounce Platinum (999.5)

Vienna Philharmonic

Platinum Philharmonic 4 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/25 ounce platinum: The second size in the Vienna Philharmonic platinum family. This 13-mm-diameter coin is perfect as a gift or as an introduction to the world of coin collecting. It has a face value of 4 Euro and its attractive price makes it accessible for all budgets.

€ 66.79

sold out

    Wiener Philharmoniker 1/25 Platin Avers

Vienna Philharmonic
1/25 Ounce Platinum (999.5)

Platinum Philharmonic 4 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/25 ounce platinum: The second size in the Vienna Philharmonic platinum family. This 13-mm-diameter coin is perfect as a gift or as an introduction to the world of coin collecting. It has a face value of 4 Euro and its attractive price makes it accessible for all budgets.

€ 66.79

1 Ounce Platinum (999,5) plus Packing

Vienna Philharmonic

Platinum Philharmonic 100 Euro

Uncirculated

Good things come in threes. The exclusive club now has a third member. The world famous Vienna Philharmonic bullion coin is now available in Platinum in addition to gold and silver. Named in honour of the world-famous orchestra, the Vienna Philharmonic in gold is one of the bestselling bullion coins worldwide and counts among the favourites with investors in Europe, Japan and North America. Almost as valuable, Platinum makes for an excellent alternative investment to gold and the Austrian Mint is expecting its new Platinum coin to perform just as impressively.       

€ 1,130.05

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    Vienna Philharmonic Platinum plus packing

Vienna Philharmonic
1 Ounce Platinum (999,5) plus Packing

Platinum Philharmonic 100 Euro

Uncirculated

Good things come in threes. The exclusive club now has a third member. The world famous Vienna Philharmonic bullion coin is now available in Platinum in addition to gold and silver. Named in honour of the world-famous orchestra, the Vienna Philharmonic in gold is one of the bestselling bullion coins worldwide and counts among the favourites with investors in Europe, Japan and North America. Almost as valuable, Platinum makes for an excellent alternative investment to gold and the Austrian Mint is expecting its new Platinum coin to perform just as impressively.       

€ 1,130.05

1 Ounce Platinum (999,5)

Vienna Philharmonic

Platinum Philharmonic 100 Euro

Uncirculated

Good things come in threes. The exclusive club now has a third member. The world famous Vienna Philharmonic bullion coin is now available in Platinum in addition to gold and silver. Named in honour of the world-famous orchestra, the Vienna Philharmonic in gold is one of the bestselling bullion coins worldwide and counts among the favourites with investors in Europe, Japan and North America. Almost as valuable, Platinum makes for an excellent alternative investment to gold and the Austrian Mint is expecting its new Platinum coin to perform just as impressively.       

€ 1,127.05

sold out

    Wiener Philharmoniker 1 Unze Platin Avers

Vienna Philharmonic
1 Ounce Platinum (999,5)

Platinum Philharmonic 100 Euro

Uncirculated

Good things come in threes. The exclusive club now has a third member. The world famous Vienna Philharmonic bullion coin is now available in Platinum in addition to gold and silver. Named in honour of the world-famous orchestra, the Vienna Philharmonic in gold is one of the bestselling bullion coins worldwide and counts among the favourites with investors in Europe, Japan and North America. Almost as valuable, Platinum makes for an excellent alternative investment to gold and the Austrian Mint is expecting its new Platinum coin to perform just as impressively.       

€ 1,127.05

1/25 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9) Blisterpack

Vienna Philharmonic

Vienna Philharmonic 4 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/25 ounce gold: The fifth size in the Vienna Philharmonic gold family, the smallest member was issued in 2014 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the first Vienna Philharmonic coin. This 13-mm-diameter coin is perfect as a gift or as an introduction to the world of coin collecting. In some markets the coin has attained such popularity that it is often made into jewellery. It has a face value of 4 Euro and its attractive price makes it accessible for all budgets.

€ 92.68

sold out

    Vienna Philharmonic in blister pack

Vienna Philharmonic
1/25 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9) Blisterpack

Vienna Philharmonic 4 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/25 ounce gold: The fifth size in the Vienna Philharmonic gold family, the smallest member was issued in 2014 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the first Vienna Philharmonic coin. This 13-mm-diameter coin is perfect as a gift or as an introduction to the world of coin collecting. In some markets the coin has attained such popularity that it is often made into jewellery. It has a face value of 4 Euro and its attractive price makes it accessible for all budgets.

€ 92.68

1/10 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9) Blisterpack

Vienna Philharmonic

Vienna Philharmonic 10 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/10 ounce gold is the second best-selling size with a diameter of 16 mm and an attractive price, making it an ideal gift. On the market since September 1991, it contains 3.11 grams of gold with a purity level of 99.99 per cent. Face value 10 Euro.

€ 198.00

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    1/10 ounce Vienna Philharmonic

Vienna Philharmonic
1/10 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9) Blisterpack

Vienna Philharmonic 10 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/10 ounce gold is the second best-selling size with a diameter of 16 mm and an attractive price, making it an ideal gift. On the market since September 1991, it contains 3.11 grams of gold with a purity level of 99.99 per cent. Face value 10 Euro.

€ 198.00

1/4 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9) Blisterpack

Vienna Philharmonic

Vienna Philharmonic 25 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/4 ounce gold: First issued in 1989 along with the 1 ounce version, it is popular as a gift. With a diameter of 22mm, it contains 7.77 grams of gold. Face value 25 Euro.

€ 478.76

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    1/4 ounce Vienna Philharmonic gold

Vienna Philharmonic
1/4 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9) Blisterpack

Vienna Philharmonic 25 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/4 ounce gold: First issued in 1989 along with the 1 ounce version, it is popular as a gift. With a diameter of 22mm, it contains 7.77 grams of gold. Face value 25 Euro.

€ 478.76

1/25 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9) plus Packing

Vienna Philharmonic

Vienna Philharmonic 4 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/25 ounce gold: The fifth size in the Vienna Philharmonic gold family, the smallest member was issued in 2014 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the first Vienna Philharmonic coin. This 13-mm-diameter coin is perfect as a gift or as an introduction to the world of coin collecting. In some markets the coin has attained such popularity that it is often made into jewellery. It has a face value of 4 Euro and its attractive price makes it accessible for all budgets.

€ 95.18

    Vianna Philharmonic 1/25 ounce packed

Vienna Philharmonic
1/25 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9) plus Packing

Vienna Philharmonic 4 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/25 ounce gold: The fifth size in the Vienna Philharmonic gold family, the smallest member was issued in 2014 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the first Vienna Philharmonic coin. This 13-mm-diameter coin is perfect as a gift or as an introduction to the world of coin collecting. In some markets the coin has attained such popularity that it is often made into jewellery. It has a face value of 4 Euro and its attractive price makes it accessible for all budgets.

€ 95.18

1/25 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9)

Vienna Philharmonic

Vienna Philharmonic 4 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/25 ounce gold: The fifth size in the Vienna Philharmonic gold family, the smallest member was issued in 2014 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the first Vienna Philharmonic coin. This 13-mm-diameter coin is perfect as a gift or as an introduction to the world of coin collecting. In some markets the coin has attained such popularity that it is often made into jewellery. It has a face value of 4 Euro and its attractive price makes it accessible for all budgets.

€ 92.68

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    Wiener Philharmoniker 1/25 Unze Gold Avers

Vienna Philharmonic
1/25 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9)

Vienna Philharmonic 4 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/25 ounce gold: The fifth size in the Vienna Philharmonic gold family, the smallest member was issued in 2014 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the first Vienna Philharmonic coin. This 13-mm-diameter coin is perfect as a gift or as an introduction to the world of coin collecting. In some markets the coin has attained such popularity that it is often made into jewellery. It has a face value of 4 Euro and its attractive price makes it accessible for all budgets.

€ 92.68

1/10 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9) plus Packing

Vienna Philharmonic

Vienna Philharmonic 10 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/10 ounce gold is the second best-selling size with a diameter of 16 mm and an attractive price, making it an ideal gift. On the market since September 1991, it contains 3.11 grams of gold with a purity level of 99.99 per cent. Face value 10 Euro.

€ 200.50

    1/10 Ounce Fine Gold plus Packing

Vienna Philharmonic
1/10 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9) plus Packing

Vienna Philharmonic 10 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/10 ounce gold is the second best-selling size with a diameter of 16 mm and an attractive price, making it an ideal gift. On the market since September 1991, it contains 3.11 grams of gold with a purity level of 99.99 per cent. Face value 10 Euro.

€ 200.50

1/4 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9) plus Packing

Vienna Philharmonic

Vienna Philharmonic 25 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/4 ounce gold: First issued in 1989 along with the 1 ounce version, it is popular as a gift. With a diameter of 22mm, it contains 7.77 grams of gold. Face value 25 Euro.

€ 481.26

    1/4 Ounce Fine Gold plus Packing

Vienna Philharmonic
1/4 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9) plus Packing

Vienna Philharmonic 25 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/4 ounce gold: First issued in 1989 along with the 1 ounce version, it is popular as a gift. With a diameter of 22mm, it contains 7.77 grams of gold. Face value 25 Euro.

€ 481.26

1/2 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9) plus Packing

Vienna Philharmonic

Vienna Philharmonic 50 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/2 ounce gold: The interim size, this much loved investment coin contains 15.55 grams of pure gold. On the market since October 1994, it has a face value of 50 Euro.

€ 936.33

    1/2 Ounce Fine Gold

Vienna Philharmonic
1/2 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9) plus Packing

Vienna Philharmonic 50 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/2 ounce gold: The interim size, this much loved investment coin contains 15.55 grams of pure gold. On the market since October 1994, it has a face value of 50 Euro.

€ 936.33

1 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9) plus Packing

Vienna Philharmonic

Vienna Philharmonic 100 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in one-ounce gold (Troy ounce): The king of investment coins and the best-selling size. First introduced in 1989 along with the 1/4 ounce version, it contains a whole ounce of gold (31.1 grams). The Troy ounce is the precious metal trade’s unit of weight and the classic weight for bullion coins. It has a face value of 100 Euro.

€ 1,813.98

    Vienna Philharmonic plus packing

Vienna Philharmonic
1 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9) plus Packing

Vienna Philharmonic 100 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in one-ounce gold (Troy ounce): The king of investment coins and the best-selling size. First introduced in 1989 along with the 1/4 ounce version, it contains a whole ounce of gold (31.1 grams). The Troy ounce is the precious metal trade’s unit of weight and the classic weight for bullion coins. It has a face value of 100 Euro.

€ 1,813.98

1 Ounce Fine Silver (999) plus Packing

Vienna Philharmonic

Silver Philharmonic 1.5 Euro

Uncirculated

The runaway success of the world famous Vienna Philharmonic bullion coin is not only limited to its golden manifestation. Struck in pure silver, the silver Vienna Philharmonic has also proved to be a massive hit with investors.

€ 31.97

    1 Ounce Fine Silver plus Packing

Vienna Philharmonic
1 Ounce Fine Silver (999) plus Packing

Silver Philharmonic 1.5 Euro

Uncirculated

The runaway success of the world famous Vienna Philharmonic bullion coin is not only limited to its golden manifestation. Struck in pure silver, the silver Vienna Philharmonic has also proved to be a massive hit with investors.

€ 31.97

1 Ounce Fine Silver (999)

Vienna Philharmonic

Silver Philharmonic 1.5 Euro

Uncirculated

The runaway success of the world famous Vienna Philharmonic bullion coin is not only limited to its golden manifestation. Struck in pure silver, the silver Vienna Philharmonic has also proved to be a massive hit with investors.

€ 28.97

    Wiener Philharmoniker 1 Unze Silber Avers

Vienna Philharmonic
1 Ounce Fine Silver (999)

Silver Philharmonic 1.5 Euro

Uncirculated

The runaway success of the world famous Vienna Philharmonic bullion coin is not only limited to its golden manifestation. Struck in pure silver, the silver Vienna Philharmonic has also proved to be a massive hit with investors.

€ 28.97

1/10 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9)

Vienna Philharmonic

Vienna Philharmonic 10 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/10 ounce gold is the second best-selling size with a diameter of 16 mm and an attractive price, making it an ideal gift. On the market since September 1991, it contains 3.11 grams of gold with a purity level of 99.99 per cent. Face value 10 Euro.

€ 198.00

    Wiener Philharmoniker 1/10 Unze Gold Avers

Vienna Philharmonic
1/10 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9)

Vienna Philharmonic 10 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/10 ounce gold is the second best-selling size with a diameter of 16 mm and an attractive price, making it an ideal gift. On the market since September 1991, it contains 3.11 grams of gold with a purity level of 99.99 per cent. Face value 10 Euro.

€ 198.00

1/4 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9)

Vienna Philharmonic

Vienna Philharmonic 25 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/4 ounce gold: First issued in 1989 along with the 1 ounce version, it is popular as a gift. With a diameter of 22mm, it contains 7.77 grams of gold. Face value 25 Euro.

€ 478.76

    Wiener Philharmoniker 1/4 Unze Gold Avers

Vienna Philharmonic
1/4 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9)

Vienna Philharmonic 25 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/4 ounce gold: First issued in 1989 along with the 1 ounce version, it is popular as a gift. With a diameter of 22mm, it contains 7.77 grams of gold. Face value 25 Euro.

€ 478.76

1/2 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9)

Vienna Philharmonic

Vienna Philharmonic 50 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/2 ounce gold: The interim size, this much loved investment coin contains 15.55 grams of pure gold. On the market since October 1994, it has a face value of 50 Euro.

€ 933.83

    Wiener Philharmoniker 1/2 Unze Gold Avers

Vienna Philharmonic
1/2 Ounce Fine Gold (999.9)

Vienna Philharmonic 50 Euro

Uncirculated

The Vienna Philharmonic coin in 1/2 ounce gold: The interim size, this much loved investment coin contains 15.55 grams of pure gold. On the market since October 1994, it has a face value of 50 Euro.

€ 933.83

Golden Ducats, Guilders and Crowns

Treasured for Generations

Struck in accordance with their original dies, long after the year of issue shown on them, Austrian Mint historical restrikes offer the investor a unique combination of antique appeal and the value of their gold content. They can be easily traded worldwide at a rate close to the daily gold price.

Ducats, Guilders and Crowns

Eight Gulden

Modern Re-strikes

Guilders

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 353.94

    Eight Gulden

Modern Re-strikes
Eight Gulden

Guilders

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 353.94

100 Crown

Modern Re-strikes

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 1,773.20

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    100 Crown in blister pack

Modern Re-strikes
100 Crown

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 1,773.20

Four Gulden

Modern Re-strikes

Guilders

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 178.60

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    4 Gulden

Modern Re-strikes
Four Gulden

Guilders

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 178.60

10 Crown

Modern Re-strikes

Crowns No Face Value

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 187.55

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    Crown in blister pack

Modern Re-strikes
10 Crown

Crowns No Face Value

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 187.55

20 Crown

Modern Re-strikes

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 368.28

sold out

    Crown in blister pack

Modern Re-strikes
20 Crown

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 368.28

4 Ducat plus Blister

Modern Re-strikes

Ducats

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 820.11

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    4 Ducat in blister pack

Modern Re-strikes
4 Ducat plus Blister

Ducats

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 820.11

1 Ducat in Miniblister

Modern Re-strikes

Ducats

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 212.32

sold out

    1 ducat in blisterpack

Modern Re-strikes
1 Ducat in Miniblister

Ducats

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 212.32

4 Ducat plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes

Ducats No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 822.61

    4 Ducat plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes
4 Ducat plus Packing

Ducats No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 822.61

1 Ducat plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes

Ducats

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 214.26

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    1 Ducat plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes
1 Ducat plus Packing

Ducats

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 214.26

20 Crown plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 370.78

sold out

    20 Crown plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes
20 Crown plus Packing

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 370.78

10 Crown plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 190.05

sold out

    10 Crown plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes
10 Crown plus Packing

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 190.05

100 Crown plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 1,775.70

    100 Crown plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes
100 Crown plus Packing

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 1,775.70

Eight Gulden plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes

Guilders No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 356.44

    8 Gulden

Modern Re-strikes
Eight Gulden plus Packing

Guilders No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 356.44

Four Gulden plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes

Guilders No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 184.34

sold out

    4 Gulden plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes
Four Gulden plus Packing

Guilders No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 184.34

1 Ducat

Modern Re-strikes

Ducats No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 211.76

    one ducat avers

Modern Re-strikes
1 Ducat

Ducats No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 211.76

Four Gulden

Modern Re-strikes

Guilders No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 181.84

Product not available at the moment

    4 Gulden avers

Modern Re-strikes
Four Gulden

Guilders No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 181.84

Eight Gulden

Modern Re-strikes

Guilders No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 353.94

    Eight Gulden avers

Modern Re-strikes
Eight Gulden

Guilders No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 353.94

4 Ducat

Modern Re-strikes

Ducats No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 820.11

sold out

    4 Ducat avers

Modern Re-strikes
4 Ducat

Ducats No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 820.11

10 Crown

Modern Re-strikes

Crowns No Face Value

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 187.55

Product not available at the moment

    10 Crown avers

Modern Re-strikes
10 Crown

Crowns No Face Value

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 187.55

20 Crown

Modern Re-strikes

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 368.28

    20 Crown avers

Modern Re-strikes
20 Crown

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 368.28

100 Crown

Modern Re-strikes

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 1,773.20

    100 Crown avers

Modern Re-strikes
100 Crown

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 1,773.20
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