The pipe organ from the Musikverein concert hall in Vienna is the inspiration behind these beautifully designed coins from the Austrian Minted. The original design by Thomas Pesendorfer, was first used in a gold commemorative coin first issued in 1989. The silver version is identical to the gold version and first issued in 2008.
Eligible for inclusion in a self-directed, precious metals IRA (additional paperwork required - ask your specialist for details)
Design is identical to the extremely popular Gold Philharmonic
Each coin contains 1 Troy oz. of .999 pure silver
Most popular silver bullion coin from Europe
Date Varies based on the availability at the time of the order
The reverse of the coin includes a harp, violin, cello, bassoon, French horn, and flute with the words "Wiener Philharmoniker" translated to "Vienna Philharmonic" and the German word for silver, "Silber," inscribed.
The obverse of the coin depicts a pipe organ within the Musikverein located in Innere Stadt borough of Vienna. This venue is home to the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. "Republic of Austria" and "1 ounce pure silver" are inscribed in German.
The Austrian Silver Vienna Philharmonic is the most popular silver bullion coin from Europe. Each coin weighs 1 Troy ounce of .999 pure silver.