Silver Philharmonic

Silver Philharmonic

The Silver Philharmonic was first released in 2008 for collectors and investors, the Silver Philharmonic has a €1.50 face value on them and has a silver purity of .999 fine silver, with each coin weighing in at 31.103 grams or one troy ounce. These silver coinsgeneraly features a harmonious design of musical instruments representing the world famous Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra on the reverse of this silver bullion coin, and the image of the great organ in the Golden Hall in Vienna's concert hall (Musikverein) on its obverse. The design of the Silver Vienna Philharmonicis identical to the gold philharmonic that has been produced since 1989, the gold Philharmonic was the worlds most bought gold coin in 1992, 1995 and 1996, and it has been released in four different sizes.

Silver & Gold Philharmonic Coins

 

Silver Philharmonic

Austrian Silver Philharmonic

The Austrian Philharmonic is a .999 one ounce silver bullion coin, the coin uses the same design as the gold bullion coin that the Austrian Mint has released, first minted in 2008.

 

 

Gold Philharmonic
Austrian Gold Philharmonic

The Austrian Philharmonic is a .9999 one ounce gold bullion coin, the coin uses the same design as the silver bullion coin that the Austrian Mint has released.



 

 

Silver Philharmonic Specifications

Mint: Austrian Mint
Weight: 31.103 grams
Diameter: 37 mm
Edge: Reeded
Composition: .999 Silver
Issued Date: 2008-Present



Gold Philharmonic Specifications

Mint: Austrian Mint
Weight: 31.103 grams
Diameter: 37 mm
Edge: Reeded
Composition: .999 Silver
Issued Date: 1989-Present

 

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