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2015 1 Ounce Austrian Silver Philharmonic

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  • Title: 2015 1 Ounce Austrian Silver Philharmonic
  • Purity: 0
  • Metal: Silver
  • Weight: 0

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The 2015 1 Ounce Silver Philharmonic is a silver bullion coin manufactured since 2008 by the 800-year old Austrian Mint. The historic Austrian Mint began life in 1194 when a huge silver stockpile was used to mint coins for the Austrian Empire. The Austrian Mint is still famous throughout the world for producing beautiful bullion coins, often with commemorative and historical designs. 1 Ounce Silver Philharmonics are the most commonly produced coins by the Austrian Mint.

The 2015 1 Ounce Austrian Silver Philharmonic shares its design features with its more expensive sister, the 1 Ounce Gold Philharmonic.

Obverse:
Commemorating Vienna's rich musical history, the obverse of each Silver Philharmonic displays a range of orchestral instruments, the name of the orchestra and the metal type.

Reverse:
The reverse of each Silver Philharmonic shows a depiction of the "Great Organ", which is located in the Golden Hall, the location where the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra performs. The weight of 1 troy ounce of silver, the face value of 1.5 Euro, and the country of issue are all also located on the reverse.


Silver Philharmonic Coin History
Following the huge popularity of the Gold Philharmonic, the Austrian Mint caved to investor demand and began production of the Silver Philharmonic in 2008. Both gold and silver Austrian Philharmonics have high numismatic value and are extremely collectible.

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