The Austrian Philharmonic Silver coin is a relatively new silver bullion coin that has received a substantial amount of praise in the coin industry for its stunning design. Also known as the Vienna Philharmonic, this coin was first minted in 2008 by the Austrian Mint and has been in high demand ever since. The obverse displays the classic Great Organ inside the Golden Hall of Vienna, while the reverse features an assortment of brass, strings, and percussion orchestra instruments. The Austrian Philharmonic Silver coin contains one troy ounce of pure .999 silver.
The Austrian Silver Philharmonic is a popular investment choice because it is the only modern silver coin with a Euro denomination. In addition, many investors and collectors enjoy this item because it is one of the world's most beautiful silver coins traded today.
When you buy the 2013 Silver Philharmonic, your coins will be securely packaged and delivered in pristine condition. Orders in multiples of 20 are packaged in original mint tubes, and orders in multiples of 500 are packaged in the original mint boxes. Individual coins are shipped in protective plastic flips.
- Actual Silver Weight: 1.0 Troy Ounce
- Fineness: .999
- Total Weight: 1.0 Troy Ounce
- Year: 2013
- Denomination: 1.5 Euro
- Grade: Brilliantly Uncirculated
- Diameter: 37.0 mm
- Thickness: 3.2 mm