The single most-popular silver bullion coin on the European continent is the Austrian Silver Philharmonic. Introduced in 2008 by the Austrian Mint, the coin is one of three metal options in the Austrian Philharmonic bullion series that represents the official bullion series of the Republic of Austria.
- Arrives in protective plastic flips, mint tubes of 20, or mint-sealed Monster Boxes of 500 coins!
- 14th release year for the Austrian Silver Philharmonic coin!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver in BU condition.
- Bears a face value of 1.50 Euro backed by the federal government of Austria.
- On the obverse side is the Great Organ from the Golden Concert Hall.
- The reverse face includes a collection of musical instruments.
Each of the 2021 1 oz Austrian Silver Philharmonic Coins in this product listing are available to you for purchase in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. These coins are packaged individually inside of protective plastic flips. Multiples of 20 and 500 come in the original mint packaging that consists of either mint tubes of 20 coins or Monster Boxes of 500 coins. The Monster Box holds a total of 25 individual tubes.
The Austrian Philharmonic Series of bullion coins debuted in 1989 with the introduction of the Austrian Gold Philharmonic. That series would carry on for nearly two decades, growing in size and prominence, until 2008 when the Austrian Silver Philharmonic Coin was introduced in 2008. Eight years later, the Austrian Platinum Philharmonic was introduced to round out the series with three of the most preferred precious metals available.
On the obverse side of 2021 1 oz Austrian Silver Philharmonic Coins is a depiction of the Great Organ. This massive musical instrument is a fixture of the Golden Concert Hall, the home venue of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
The reverse face of 2021 Austrian Silver Philharmonic Coins includes a collection of various musical instruments used by the members of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. In this design, you will find a cello at the center flanked on either side by two violins. The background field includes a harp, bassoon, and French horn.
The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra is one of the oldest and most respected professional orchestral groups. While organized orchestral performances are recorded having taken place in Vienna, Austria, as early as the 1830s, today’s Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra wouldn’t be founded until 1842. Nonetheless, it is one of the oldest institutions of its kind today.
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