The 1 oz Austrian Silver Philharmonic coin became one of the world most popular bullion coins for good reason: it’s both easy on the eyes and affordable.
The Austrian Mint certainly knew what they were doing when they created this sparkling 99.9% pure silver coin in 2008.
As one of Europe’s oldest mints, the Austrian Mint has had plenty of time to master the art of minting.
Paying tribute to the renowned Vienna Philharmonic orchestra, the 1 oz Austrian Silver Philharmonic bullion coin depicts several of the musical instruments used by the orchestra such as a bassoon, a harp, a cello, and a Viennese horn on the coin’s reverse side.
The coin’s obverse side features the orchestra’s pipe organ.
Austrian Silver Philharmonic bullion coins became an instant favorite of precious metals investors around the world after the Austrian Mint introduced them in 2008, which led to over 80 million of these coins being minted.
1 oz Austrian Silver Philharmonic coins are legal tender across the Eurozone and have a €1.50 face value.
According to IRS rules, Americans are allowed to hold Austrian Silver Philharmonic bullion coins in their IRA retirement accounts.
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