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Silver Philharmonics

Silver Philharmonics 1 oz Coin


Condition: Brilliant Uncirculated
Face Value: 1,50 Euro
Silver Content: 1 oz troy
Fineness: .999 purity
Origin: Austria

Check / Bank Wire:   $19.89
Credit Card:   $20.49

Austrian Silver Philharmonic Silver Coin History: 

This is the first ever silver bullion coin to be introduced in the Euro.  The Austrian Minted 1,5 1oz silver coin known as the Philharmonics is almost a replica of its golden counterpart.  The Austrian silver 1 oz Silver Philharmonic coin was designed to showcase Austria’s rich history in music and arts.

The Austrian Mint, near historic Vienna, has over 800 years of minting some of the most beautiful and perfect coins in all of Europe. 

$1.5 Euro 1 oz Silver Philharmonic Coin Specifications:

  • Minted in Vienna Austria
  • Minted in 2015
  • Face Value $1,50 Euro
  • Purity 0.999 fine pure silver
  • Silver content 1 oz.
  • Diameter 37 mm
  • Obverse: Features various instruments including a string bass, cello, violin, bassoon and harp used in the Orchestra representing Austria’s rich musical history along with the word sliver in German.
  • Reverse: Features the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra’s image of the “Great Organ” found in the “Great Hall.”  There is also the country of issue along with the legal tender of 1,5 Euro.

Austrian Silver Philharmonic Silver Coin History: 

This is the first ever silver bullion coin to be introduced in the Euro.  The Austrian Minted 1,5 1oz silver coin known as the Philharmonics is almost a replica of its golden counterpart.  The Austrian silver 1 oz Silver Philharmonic coin was designed to showcase Austria’s rich history in music and arts.

The Austrian Mint, near historic Vienna, has over 800 years of minting some of the most beautiful and perfect coins in all of Europe. 

$1.5 Euro 1 oz Silver Philharmonic Coin Specifications:

  • Minted in Vienna Austria
  • Minted in 2015
  • Face Value $1,50 Euro
  • Purity 0.999 fine pure silver
  • Silver content 1 oz.
  • Diameter 37 mm
  • Obverse: Features various instruments including a string bass, cello, violin, bassoon and harp used in the Orchestra representing Austria’s rich musical history along with the word sliver in German.
  • Reverse: Features the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra’s image of the “Great Organ” found in the “Great Hall.”  There is also the country of issue along with the legal tender of 1,5 Euro.