Austrian Philharmonic Silver One Ounce 2014

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    Many collectors aren't only interested in the lower mintage coins but coins that also offer a charm to them. The Austrian Philharmonic Silver coins comes straight out of the 800 year old mint, the Austria Mint. This mint has minted Gold Philharmonics since 1989, using the same design for the silver coins in 2008. Almost every country mints their own bullion silver coin that also represents the history of that country as well. Austria's history is beautifully revealed by the remarkable craftsmanship on the Philharmonic coins, highlighting the importance the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra has to Austria.

    Your 2014 Austrian Silver Philharmonic brilliantly shines with the sparkling finish of an uncirculated coin. The silver Philharmonic coins contain a flawless luster that looks very similar to a proof coin finish. The Austrian Mint proudly guarantees this coin is .999 pure silver and its denomination is 1.50 euros. The large variety of instruments lend to a particular sound that is hard to replicate. Some of these instruments are pictured on the reverse side of the coin, such as the harp, bassoon, flute, and french horn. Inscribed on the same side is Vienna Philharmonic in a gothic font. Thomas Pesendorfer was the Austrian artist responsible for the design of the Austrian Gold Philharmonic and the same design for its silver counterpart. 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. If you have a music lover or an aspiring musician that comes to mind, give them the gift of investment while giving them a keepsake of music history. The Austrian Philharmonic Silver coin series doesn't just appeal to the collector but also the investor who likes the idea of owning a coin from one of the oldest mints in the world!

  • Details:
    • Denomination: 1.5 Euros
    • Year: 2014
    • Diameter: 37 mm
    • Mint Mark: N/A
    • Thickness: 3.2 mm
    • Grade: Ungraded

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