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1 oz Austrian Silver Philharmonic (Random Year)

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The Austrian Silver Philharmonic is one of Europe’s most popular coins and is now available to order from GoldClub Direct.

The Austrian Mint is more than 800 years old, providing investors and collectors with the opportunity to buy coins representing the history of Europe. Through its 800 years, the mint has gained unparalleled expertise in producing the highest quality products on the market. 

The gold version of the Philharmonic series was released in 1989, but the Silver Philharmonic was not released until 2008. Since then, it has quickly grown in popularity to become a top choice for investors. 

Each coin will arrive in uncirculated condition. Minor flaws and damage may be visible as the coins do not come directly from the mint. They will ship to you in individual plastic flips, protective tubes of 20 coins, or monster boxes of 500 coins. The Silver Philharmonic has a face value of 1.50 Euros, backed by the Austrian government. 

This listing is for random year coins. Your order can feature Silver Philharmonics from any year of mintage. Unfortunately, we cannot ensure what year of issue you will receive, as the products are picked during the fulfillment process.

The obverse field features the pipe organ in the Musikverein Golden Hall. Also included on the face are the specifications of the coin. The reverse displays a collection of musical instruments that could be found in an orchestra. These instruments include a harp, cello, violin, french horn, flute, and bassoon. Both sides were designed by Thomas Pesendorfer in 1989 for the release of the Gold Philharmonic series.

Silver Coin highlights

  • Each coin ships in an individual flip; multiples of 20 coins ship in tubes and multiples of 500 ship in monster boxes.
  • Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver in uncirculated condition.
  • Introduced in 2008 by the Austrian Mint.
  • 1.50 Euro denomination, considered legal tender in Austria.
  • The obverse features the pipe organ in the Musikverein.
  • The reverse depicts orchestral instruments.

Specifications

ManufacturerAustrian Mint
ConditionUncirculated
Purity.999
Thickness3.2 mm
Diameter37 mm
Metal Weight1 Troy Ounce
Year MintedRandom
Country of OriginAustria
IRA EligibilityYes
Inner Pack20
Outer Pack500
CoANo
Packaging TypePlastic Flip
SKUSPH1

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    Description

    The Austrian Silver Philharmonic is one of Europe’s most popular coins and is now available to order from GoldClub Direct.

    The Austrian Mint is more than 800 years old, providing investors and collectors with the opportunity to buy coins representing the history of Europe. Through its 800 years, the mint has gained unparalleled expertise in producing the highest quality products on the market. 

    The gold version of the Philharmonic series was released in 1989, but the Silver Philharmonic was not released until 2008. Since then, it has quickly grown in popularity to become a top choice for investors. 

    Each coin will arrive in uncirculated condition. Minor flaws and damage may be visible as the coins do not come directly from the mint. They will ship to you in individual plastic flips, protective tubes of 20 coins, or monster boxes of 500 coins. The Silver Philharmonic has a face value of 1.50 Euros, backed by the Austrian government. 

    This listing is for random year coins. Your order can feature Silver Philharmonics from any year of mintage. Unfortunately, we cannot ensure what year of issue you will receive, as the products are picked during the fulfillment process.

    The obverse field features the pipe organ in the Musikverein Golden Hall. Also included on the face are the specifications of the coin. The reverse displays a collection of musical instruments that could be found in an orchestra. These instruments include a harp, cello, violin, french horn, flute, and bassoon. Both sides were designed by Thomas Pesendorfer in 1989 for the release of the Gold Philharmonic series.