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Austrian Silver Philharmonic

By Gainesville Coins
Published February 04, 2015
Austrian Silver Philharmonics Coin Obverse Austrian Silver Philharmonics Coin Reverse

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.

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Coin Specifications

Coin Specifications
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.
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