Silver Austrian Philharmonics debuted nearly two decades after the introduction of the program in 1989 with the gold bullion coins. While the gold bullion series offers multiple weights to investors, the Silver Philharmonic comes with just a 1 oz silver coin available to investors. That doesn’t stop the Silver Philharmonic from being one of the world’s most coveted silver bullion coins.
- Available to ship to you inside of individual plastic flips, tubes of 20 coins, or mint-sealed Monster Boxes of 500 coins!
- Fourteenth issue year in the Silver Austrian Philharmonic collection!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver in BU condition.
- The face value of 1.50 Euro is fully backed by the Austrian government.
- Musikverein and the Great Organ on the obverse.
- Musical instruments on the reverse.
The Austrian Philharmonic bullion series launched its coin options in much the same fashion that other major bullion collections have debuted. When the program started in 1989, only gold bullion coins were available. The first issue had 1 oz and 1/4 oz gold available. Over the next 25 years, 1/2 oz, 1/10 oz, and 1/25 oz gold coins were added to the series. In 2008, the Silver Philharmonic was introduced and followed by the Platinum Philharmonic in 2016 to complete the series.
All 2021 1 oz Silver Austrian Philharmonics available to you at Silver.com come in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The coins are packaged individually with protective plastic flips. Multiples of 20 are available in mint tubes, while multiples of 500 coins are available in Monster Boxes. The Monster Box has a total of 25 individual 20-coin tubes.
Musikverein is the home venue for the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and its interior features on the obverse of the 2021 Silver Austrian Philharmonic. The Musikverein is also known as the Golden Concert Hall and it is located in the neighborhood of Innere Stadt in the capital city of Vienna, Austria. Inside of the Musikverein you can see in this design the Great Organ, a massive musical instrument used in some of the philharmonic’s performances.
A collection of musical instruments features in the design of the reverse face of 2021 1 oz Silver Austrian Philharmonics. Though not representative of every instrument used by the members of the orchestra, the design does encapsulate many of the most common instruments. The design field features a cello, four violins, a bassoon, a horn, and a harp. Both designs of the Silver Austrian Philharmonic were created in 1989 by Thomas Pesendorfer, the Chief Engraver of the Austrian Mint.
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