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    non-precious Non-precious Coins copper coins 5 Euro 2016 uncirculated
    One of the most recognisable pieces of classical music of all time, the Blue Danube is so evocative of Austria that it is effectively the country’s unofficial national anthem. Composed by Johann Strauss II in 1866 and originally performed in 1867, the waltz celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2017. As the first tune of the year to be played on Austrian radio, the Blue Danube is synonymous with the New Year and is thus the perfect theme for the Austrian Mint’s New Year coin.
    € 5.00
    tax free
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    Did you know that owls cannot actually move their eyes, but make up for it by rotating their necks up to 270 degrees? This is just one of the many fascinating facts about owls, turtles, crayfish, otters, sharks, crocodiles, tigers, kingfishers, parrots, bats, wolves and frogs that can be found in our superbly illustrated Colourful Creatures collector album.

    The cover of the album features a changing image that shows a tiger, owl or shark depending on how it is viewed. Guaranteed to delight animal lovers of all ages, this collector album will also help nurture an interest in conservation and the environment in general.
    € 15,40
    incl. 10% MwSt.
  • non-precious Non-precious Coins copper coins 10 Euro uncirculated
    Now that our epic Austria Piece by Piece series has drawn to a close we are issuing all ten copper coins individually wrapped inside a special face-value gift pack. Nine of the coins feature a depiction, expertly crafted by our world-renowned coin designers, of a UNESCO World Heritage site or a manifestation of “intangible” cultural heritage in each of the provinces of Austria. On the other side, the coins each feature a different winning entry from a competition in which schoolchildren drew images of their home province. From Vorarlberg in the west to Burgenland in the east, these designs are a testament to the creativity of Austria’s young citizens. The series is crowned with a final coin depicting Austria in its entirety, one side of which features a design by an entire class from the same primary school.
    € 100,00
    tax free
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    Gold Gold Coins 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.
    € 138,00
    tax free

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    Silver Silver Coins 20 Euro 2017 proof
    Symphonically splendid

    The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra gave what is considered to be its first ever performance on March 28, 1842. Issued in celebration of the 175th anniversary of that “Grand Concert”, and thus the founding of the Vienna Philharmonic, this splendid coin pays homage to the world famous orchestra and its unique sound.
    € 59,40
    incl. 20% MwSt.
  • non-precious Non-precious Coins coin sets 2017 proof
    Celebrating half a millennium since the completion of the tomb of Holy Roman Emperor Friedrich III (1415–1493), the Official Austrian Euro Coin Set 2017 features a detail of the impressive red marble sarcophagus in Vienna’s St Stephen’s Cathedral. Although the tomb was completed in 1517, the mortal remains of Friedrich III, whose rule lay the foundations of the Habsburg dynasty, were actually interred in the tomb three years earlier, when the monarch had already been dead for 20 years. One of the most important late gothic sculptures in existence, it was certainly worth the wait.
    € 84,00
    incl. 20% MwSt.
  • non-precious Non-precious Coins coin sets 2016 special uncirculated
    Celebrating half a millennium since the completion of the tomb of Holy Roman Emperor Friedrich III (1415–1493), the Official Austrian Euro Coin Set 2017 features a detail of the impressive red marble sarcophagus in Vienna’s St Stephen’s Cathedral. Although the tomb was completed in 1517, the mortal remains of Friedrich III, whose rule lay the foundations of the Habsburg dynasty, were actually interred in the tomb three years earlier, when the monarch had already been dead for 20 years. Designed by Dutchman Niclas Gerhaert van Leyden, the tomb is one of the most important late gothic sculptures in existence.
    € 26,40
    incl. 20% MwSt.
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    Medals Lucky_token Bronze 2016 uncirculated
    A symbol of luck in Austria, the pig has graced the Austrian Mint’s annual lucky token since 2016. Each year the happy hog will find itself in a different lucky situation on this New Year talisman. The 2017 edition features the pig finding a lucky mushroom – just as pigs were used in the past to find that other type of fungus, the truffle.
    € 3,30
    incl. 20% MwSt.
    Currently unavailable
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    Gold Gold Coins 100 Euro 2016 proof
    With their reputation for cunning, few animals play as prominent a role in popular culture and folklore as the fox. This is partly due to the fact that foxes live in closer proximity to humans than most other wild animals. So widespread is the red fox that this member of the wolf family is not an endangered species. With a maximum mintage of only 30,000, and containing half an ounce of gold, the beautifully finished fourth coin in our Wildlife in our Sights series is, however, far rarer.
    € 739,00
    tax free
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