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Who has Gold, always has Money

Experts recommend to invest in the long run about 3 to 5% of the assets in precious metal – such as for example gold. The Austrian Mint offers gold coins and gold bars for investors.

The “Vienna Philharmonic“ made of pure gold is highly successful world wide. The value of the investment coin which is available in four sizes is adjusted daily to the international gold price. This is also true of Ducats, Crowns and Guilders – gold pieces from the monarchy which are still today produced at the Austrian Mint.

For those who prefer to invest their gold in the form of bars the Austrian Mint also offers gold bars which are available in 10 sizes - from 1 gram up to 1 kilogram.

Gold coins and gold bars for investors are traded V.A.T. free and are produced according to demand.

5 good reasons for buying Gold
Independence
The security offered by gold is provided by its very independence. Gold is independent of states, currencies, productivity, credit worthiness and such. Economic and political factors might influence the price of gold, but its value and its acceptability remain independent of them.
 
Reserve Asset
Nations and central banks trust in gold as a reserve asset. Many experts also advise private investors to hold between 5 and 10% of their wealth, in the long term in precious metals. Experience has shown that the regular purchase of gold coins helps to protect the smaller investor against price fluctuations.
 
Security
Gold has always been prized as precious and valuable. Over the years gold has proven itself to be one of the most reliable stores of value.
 
Stability
Despite possible price fluctuations on the open market, the value of gold has remained remarkably stable and has shown repeatedly the tendency to rise.
 
Liquidity
Gold is traded around the globe 24 hours a day. With gold you possess an international currency which can always be sold around the world at any time. Gold coins have the added advantage of the recognition and acceptability of a legal tender coin.
 
The Design
since 01.01.2002
Euro  
 until 31.12.2001
Schilling
 
 A harmonious design of musical instruments representing the world famous Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra on the reverse side of the coin.
 
 The great organ in the Golden Hall in Vienna's concert hall (Musikverein) is the theme for the obverse side of the coin. This is the home of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Also featured on this side are the face value in Austrian Schillings plus the weight, fineness and year of issue. 
 
 
The modern re-strikes
From 1920 until 1936 the First Austrian Republic minted 1 and 4 Ducat coins with the old 1915 dies. At the beginning of the 1950's the Second Republic added the Gulden and the Corona to the range of gold re-strikes, each with the date of their last official mintage. These imperial re-strikes are very popular as gifts and as a means of hoarding gold. They are the traditional gold coins of Austria, and are known and traded beyond the borders of modern Austria and even in the markets of overseas continents. The coins are sold at a small premium over their actual gold value.
Banks and dealers quote buy and sell prices based on the daily price of gold.
Emperor Franz Joseph I. (1848 -1916)
The Emperor Franz Joseph succeeded to the throne of Austria in the midst of revolution in 1848. He was 18 years old and would reign for a total of 68 years, one of the longest periods for a reigning monarch in modern history. He died in 1916 in the middle of the First World War. During his reign Austria saw immense strides forward in almost all areas of life: political, industrial and economic, the arts, transportation. In many ways it was indeed a Golden Age, whose magnificence is reflected in its beautiful gold coinage. 
 
 
Emperor Franz Joseph I.
(1848 -1916)
The Emperor Franz Joseph succeeded to the throne of Austria in the midst of revolution in 1848. He was 18 years old and would reign for a total of 68 years, one of the longest periods for a reigning monarch in modern history. He died in 1916 in the middle of the First World War. During his reign Austria saw immense strides forward in almost all areas of life: political, industrial and economic, the arts, transportation. In many ways it was indeed a Golden Age, whose magnificence is reflected in its beautiful gold coinage.

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Autriche - 100 Coronas Gold, F. Joseph I, 1915 (restrike)

Austrian 100 Coronas are restrikes dated 1915. The front bears the profile of Franz Joseph I, the Austrian Emperor 1848-1916. Each coin contains 0.9802 ounce of gold. Weight 33,8753g, Diameter 35mm.

Prix: 1.190,00 €
Autriche - 20 Coronas Gold, F. Joseph I, 1915 (restrike)

Austrian 20 Coronas are restrikes dated 1915. Franz Josef I, 1848-1916. Condition Brilliant Uncirculated. Diameter 21,20mm. Weight 6,775g

Prix: 240,00 €
Autriche-Hongrie - 1000 Kronen red seal, Wien 1902

1000 Austro-Hungarian korona (1902) with Hungarian overstamp. Hungary used a red, round stamp to mark the banknotes. Condition Fine.

Prix: 19,50 €