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1 oz Misc. Year Austrian Philharmonic €100 Gold Coin 9999

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As it is widely known, Europe is the birthplace of modern Western civilization. Not surprisingly, it’s also the birthplace of modern financial system. If you are looking for a gold coin to include into your investment portfolio, take a look at the coming ones from Austria – a German-speaking country with several centuries of financial prowess under its belt.

Here’s an interesting fact for you: the Austrian Philharmonic is the best-selling gold coin in Europe, and, according to the World Gold Council, even outperformed the most popular US gold coins at the height of the economic crisis of 2008 and the following years. Sounds like a persuasive reason to buy one, doesn’t it?

Austrian gold bullion coins offered by Atopmex are issued by the Austrian Mint. Since Austria has parted with the Schilling, it’s cash and coins are in EURO; this also means your Austrian coins will be a legal tender in the whole European Union. However, you don’t have to care much about the fates of the European currency, since the main part of these coins’ price results from value of the gold they are made of. Whatever is the financial situation, they are internationally liquid and much more expensive than their face value.