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Order your 1 oz 2019 Austrian Philharmonic silver coin from our store online for the best price on the web. This silver coin is the latest edition in a range which saw inception in 2008; the gold version of the coin was released roughly three decades prior, back in 1989.

The coin’s reverse features an array of meticulously rendered musical instruments, including the bassoon, the Vienna horn, the harp, the violin and the cello. Also on the reverse, the name, ‘Vienna Philharmonic’ and the word, ‘silver,’ written in German.

The obverse features the Great Organ of the Golden Hall, which stands in Vienna’s great concert hall, rendered here in exquisite artistic detail. Also on the obverse, the Austrian legend, details of weight, metal content and purity, the year of issue and the coin’s denominational value.

The Austrian/Vienna Philharmonic coins have proven to be amongst the most popular bullion ranges in Europe, making them a sound investment and an absolute must-have for collectors. Celebrate your love of music and diversify your holdings with a 1 oz 2019 Austrian Philharmonic silver coin today.

In multiples of 20 these coins will be shipped in a plastic tube. In multiples of 500 these coins will be shipped in a monster box.

Specifications
5484
AT
Austrian Mint
Brilliant uncirculated
999
Great Pipe Organ of Vienna's Golden Concert Hall
Philharmonic instruments
2008
37.0
3.45
EUR 1,5
2019
Thomas Pesendorfer
1.0000

SKU

5484

Country

AT

Manufacturer

Austrian Mint

Condition

Brilliant uncirculated

Purity

999

Obverse

Great Pipe Organ of Vienna's Golden Concert Hall

Reverse

Philharmonic instruments

First Released

2008

Diameter (mm)

37.0

Average Thickness (mm)

3.45

Legal Tender

EUR 1,5

Year

2019

Designer

Thomas Pesendorfer

Metal Weight (ozt)

1.0000
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