The 100 Euro gold coin "UNESCO World Heritage Site - Würzburg Residence" is delivered individually encapsulated in the origi…
The 100 Euro gold coin "UNESCO World Heritage Site - Würzburg Residence" is delivered individually encapsulated in the original coin case with certificate of authenticity by the Deutsche Bundesbank. Due to the strictly limited mintage of 320,000 pieces worldwide, this coin is ideal as a value investment - perfect for collectors and newcomers. Instrumental in the design of the motif of this 100 euro coin was the Berlin graphic artist Dietrich Dorfstecher. The inscription on this valuable commemorative coin is "UNESCO World Heritage - Würzburg Residence". The Goldeuro coins with a fineness of 999.9/1000 (fine gold) are minted evenly in all five mints of the Federal Republic of Germany (A, D, F, G and J) with annually changing motifs. Secure yourself this unique piece of German contemporary history. Due to the low mintage for collector coins, this unique gold coin promises a high appreciation potential. The issue price at the time was 505 euros. The 100 Euro coins of this series already issued are 2002 Euro introduction, 2003 Quedlinburg, 2004 Bamberg, 2005 Soccer World Cup 06, 2006 Weimar, 2007 Lübeck, 2008 Goslar, 2009 Trier, 2010 Würzburg, 2011 Wartburg, 2012 Aachen/Aachen Cathedral, 2013 Dessau-Wörlitz, 2014 Lorsch Monastery.
Investment gold is exempt from tax under § 25c UStG.