Buy a 1 oz Austrian Philharmonic Monster Box of 500 silver coins at Gainesville Coins. The Austrian Silver Philharmonic is one of the most popular silver bullion coin series today.
The Silver Philharmonic is a relative late comer among modern silver bullion coin series, having first been minted in 2008. The Austrian Mint added the Silver Philharmonic to build on the popularity and widespread success of its Gold Philharmonic bullion coin series. The Silver Philharmonic has been quick in becoming one of the most recognizable 1 oz silver bullion coins today.
The design of the Silver Philharmonic celebrates Austria’s rich musical heritage, and is virtually identical to the Gold Philharmonic. On the rear is& Vienna’s Great Organ in the famed Vienna concert hall. The front of each coin depicts a number of classical instruments. The fine level of detail of the Silver Philharmonic makes it a favorite for discerning silver bullion investors.
The Austrian Mint sits as one of the oldest mints today. The Silver Philharmonic contains 1 troy ounce of .999 pure silver, and is a legal tender coin of Austria.
The obverse of each Philharmonic coin depicts the great organ in the Golden Hall in Vienna’s concert hall (Musikverien), home of the world renowned Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. The coin’s designer is well-known artist Thomas Pesendorfer. The front of the coin also includes the inscription for the year, country of origin, the coin’s 1.5 EUR legal tender value, and the coin’s silver weight.
The reverse, or the back, of the Silver Philharmonic shows a montage of classical music instruments including a string bass, cellos, violins, a bassoon, harp, and Viennese horn. The inscription on the obverse includes the word “silver” and “orchestra” in German.