Vienna Philharmonic 1oz Silver Coin | Mixed Years
The Austrian Mint is over 825 years in operation and mints a large variety of high-quality gold- and silver coins and bars. The most popular is the Vienna Philharmonic series.
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The here offered Vienna Philharmonic 1oz silver coins consist of different years. We receive these silver coins for purchase from secure storage or circulation. Every single product is tested for authenticity. Unless otherwise specified in the short description, the coins are in mint-state condition. Silver "oxidates" over time, it's a natural process that does not diminish the value of the coin.
Introduced in 2008, the Vienna Philharmonic is the most popular silver coin in Europe. During a 5 year span from 2008-2012, the Austrian Mint has sold more than 54 million units of the Silver Philharmonic. The coin is legal tender in Austria and has a purity of .999 silver.
Size, Weight and Alloy
With a fineness of 99.9 percent silver, and a fine weight of one ounce, the Vienna Philharmonic has a diameter of 37.00 mm and a thickness of 3.20 mm. The nominal value of € 1.50 does not reflect the true value of the coin, but denotes the face value which is determined by the Austrian Mint.
The Silver Vienna Philharmonic has an edge bar and a smooth edge. The edge bar provides stability to the coin, improves stackability and protects the motif from damage. The appearance of the Vienna Philharmonic silver coin has remained unchanged since the first gold coin edition in 1989.
The Silver Vienna Philharmonic is dedicated to the famous Austrian Philharmonic. On the motif page some instruments from the internationally renowned ensemble are shown. Among them are two violas, two violins, a harp, a bassoon, a horn and in the middle a large cello. Around the outer upper edge of the coin there is the eponymous legend "Wiener Philharmoniker" and the precious metal "silver".
The value page shows the organ from the large hall of the Wiener Musikverein. Below the organ is the the balcony on which it stands, and reaches to the edge of the coin. In addition, the official nominal value of 1.50 euros, the year, the weight "1 Unze Feinsilber" and the country of origin "Republik Osterreich" are inscripted. The motif was created by the chief engraver of Münze Österreich AG, Thomas Pesendorfer, and has not been changed since the first edition in 2008. Only the year on the value side changes.
Country of origin: Austria
Manufacturer: Münze Österreich AG
Weight: 31.103 g
Fine weight: 1oz
Scratch resistance: Poor
Nominal value: 1.50 Euros
|Country of Origin||Austria|
|Gross Weight||31.10 grams|
|Denomination (oz)||1 oz|
|Year of issue||Random|
|Face value||1.50 Euro|
|Packing||Single in Pouch|
|Packing Unit||20 per Tube|
|Large Packing 2||500 per Box|
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