2019 Austrian 1 oz Silver Philharmonic - Brilliant Uncirculated
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- Most popular modern silver coin in European market
- World-renowned for its musical heritage theme and fantastic design
- Legal tender with face value of 1.5 Euro
- Series celebrates Austria's famous Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Buy 2019 Austrian 1 oz Silver Philharmonic - Brilliant Uncirculated
Europe's most popular silver bullion coin -- even more so than the Royal Mint's Silver Britania -- is the Vienna Silver Philharmonic.
First minted in 2008, this .999 fine silver coin has established its prominent place in the global silver bullion market in a rather short time. Millions of them are struck to demand by the Austrian Mint each year. No doubt the "Silver Phil" has been aided by the widespread success of its other precious metal cousin, the Gold Philharmonic.
Each Austrian Silver Philarhmonic contains 1 troy ounce of pure silver and has a nominal face value of 1.5 euro. It is the only flagship bullion coin in the world minted in with a denomination in euros.
The artist Thomas Pesendorfer is credited with designing the captivating artwork for the Philharmonic coin series. On the obverse, the grand pipe organ from Vienna's music hall -- the home of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra -- is shown from the front. The composition "1 UNZE FEINSILBER" is inscribed in Gothic lettering below, along with the date "2019" and the face value "1,50 EURO." Above the organ, an inscription identifies the issuing country "REPUBLIK ÖSTERREICH" (Republic of Austria in German).
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