Next to classic gold bullion coins like Maple Leaf, Silvereagle and Kookaburra, the Vienna Philharmonic 1 oz silver coin sho…
Next to classic gold bullion coins like Maple Leaf, Silvereagle and Kookaburra, the Vienna Philharmonic 1 oz silver coin shouldn’t be missing in any Investment portfolio. The Austrian Mint, representing the Austrian government, issues the Philharmonic in silver since 2008.
The Vienna Philharmonic is named after the famous Austrian Philharmonic Orchestra, which is one of the best in the world.
On the obverse side of the coin is depicted the big organ of the Wiener Musikverein (a concert hall of Vienna, Austria). Underneath the organ you find the weight of 1 oz, the used material, the year of mintage and the nominal value of 1,50 Euro. Above the organ is written in lettering "Republik Österreich".
On the reverse side of the coin there are several music instruments of the Philharmonics and above this is in lettering the name of the orchestra (and the gold coin) Wiener Philharmoniker and the word “Silber”.
The silver coin enjoys great prestige among European investors, because it is the only silver bullion coin with a nominal value in Euro and is also legal tender.The Philharmonic silver coin is only available with a weight of 1 ounce.
We sell this silver coin with regular tax.