The Austrian Silver Philharmonic bullion coin pays tribute to the Austrian Philharmonic Orchestra, an orchestra founded in 1842 and considered to be one of the finest orchestras in the entire world.
The coins obverse features the Musikverein, the great organ of the golden hall along with the coins mint year, weight and face value. The obverse also features the inscription “REPUBLIK OSTERREICH”.
Featured on the coins reverse are various musical instruments used by the members of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra such as the cello, violin, harp, French horn and bassoon. The inscription “WIENER PHILHARMONIKER” as well as “SILBER” is situated above the depictions of the instruments.
Individual coins are presented in Swan Bullion stylised plastic flips. Multiples of 20 are packaged in tubes with 25 tubes to a monster box (500oz to a monster box).
|Silver Content||(Troy oz)||1|
|Monetary Denomination||(Euro €)||1.50|
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