Austrian Philharmonic Silver One Ounce 2011

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    A silver alternative for the Austrian Gold Philharmonic, which began in 1989, the Silver Philharmonic doesn't contain a low mintage but is still included in almost every coin collector's repertoire. The Philharmonic design hasn't changed, presenting the same designs every year. Having designs stay the same doesn't hurt the coin's popularity or collectibility, using the Silver Eagle or Maple Leaf as a prime example. The obverse of bullion coins usually depict the country's leader in a picturesque way but the Philharmonic chose a portrait that means much more, to Austria, than a person ever could. Thomas Pesendorfer was the Austrian artist who designed the Austrian Gold Philharmonic in 1989. The famous pipe organ, that stands in the great hall where the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra plays, is displayed on the obverse of every Philharmonic coin. This side also is minted with the Republic of Austria and one ounce of pure silver.

    Your 2008 Austrian Silver Philharmonic is the first bullion coin, sold in Europe, to have a face value in Euros. The Austrian Mint proudly guarantees this coin is .999 pure silver and its denomination is 1.50 euros. Your coin is considered to be brilliantly uncirculated but has an obvious shine that resembles a proof coin. The obverse usually gets all the attention but the reverse design of the Philharmonic coins is just as spectacular. The reverse displays an assortment of instruments, used in the beloved orchestra, such as the french horn, harp, violin, flute, and bassoon. Inscribed on the same side is Vienna Philharmonic in a gothic font. Considering its reputation and the incredible craftsmanship that is very apparent on this coins, the Austrian Philharmonic silver coin series is ready to blow your silver bullion collection out of the water. Being the highest minted and most well-known silver coin in Europe, the Austrian Silver Philharmonic has been taking the precious metals market by storm since 2008.

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    • Year: 2011
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