Austrian Silver Philharmonic
With striking attention to detail and flawless execution, the Austrian Philharmonic 1 oz silver coin commemorates the country's tradition of fine music and exquisite numismatics. Etched from 0.999 fine silver, this 2013 Austrian Philharmonic coin is stunningly elegant. On the coin's obverse is a lovely rendering of the famous great organ, in Vienna's fabled Golden Hall. The reverse of the 2013 Austrian Philharmonic features a brilliant display of musical instruments. Bring an exquisite blend of fine arts to your collection with the silver 1 oz 2013 Austrian Philharmonics coin. The Austrian Silver Philharmonic bullion coins are eligible for precious metal IRAs. Call a Gainesville Coins representative at (813) 482-9300 to discuss buying silver coins for your collection or buy online anytime.
|Mintage||The Austrian Silver Philharmonic was first released in 2008. Annual mintage is dependent on demand|
|Weights / Denominations||1 troy ounce of 99.9% silver. The face value is 1.50 EUR.|
|Front / Obverse||The obverse design features the image of the great organ in the Golden Hall in Vienna's concert hall (Muskverien). The coins designer is Thomas Pesendorfer.|
|Rear / Reverse||The reverse design features classical musical instruments representing the world famous Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.|
|Silver Bullion / Content||The Austrian Silver Philharmonics contain 31.103 grams of .999 silver|
|Other / Specifications||The 1 troy ounce Austrian Silver Philharmonics have diameters of 37mm (1.46 in), thickness of 3.2mm (0.13 in), and a face value of 1.50 EUR. The edges are reeded.|