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2016 1oz Austria Philharmonic .999 Silver Coin BU

2016 1oz Austria Philharmonic .999 Silver Coin BU

2016 1oz Austria Philharmonic .999 Silver Coin BU
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Buy or sell 2016 1oz Austria Philharmonic .999 Silver Coin BU at the best price online from LPM. Bulk & payment discounts apply!

The 2016 1 oz Austrian Silver Philharmonic Coin is available on presale and will feature the same design as last years coin. Each of these coins will be minted in 1 troy ounce of .999 fine silver and contain a face value of 1.5 Euros.

Designed and produced by the renowned Austrian Mint, the 2016 1 oz Austrian Silver Philharmonic Coin is a stunning tribute to one of Austrias most revered cultural attractionsthe Austrian Philharmonic Orchestra. Based in Vienna, the nations capital and one of Europes premier cultural centers, the orchestra has been performing to great acclaim since 1842. It has long been regarded as one of the finest orchestras in the world, and these elegant coins celebrate the orchestras contribution to Austrian culture and history.

Struck with one troy ounce of .999 pure silver, the 2016 1 oz Austrian Silver Philharmonic Coin sports an eye-catching mirrored edge. The obverse side of each coin features a pipe organ from the world-famous Viennese Concert Hall, the home of the Austrian Philharmonic Orchestra. This side also features the inscription Republik of Osterreich along with its face value, weight, and purity stamps. The reverse side of these coins features a collection of musical instruments including the harp, cello, violin, and French horn. This side is inscribed with Wienner Philharmoriker.

The Austrian Mint first released this coin in silver in 2008 after the great success of the Gold Philharmonic. The design was produced for the gold commemorative coin in 1989 and was rendered by the artist Thomas Pesendorfer. With their limited minting, these coins have become popular collectibles that are lovely for display. Even so, these coins are IRA-eligible and, as such, can be a great investment choice. These coins also make fine gifts for music lovers or anyone with Austrian heritage.

 

Additional Info

Year 2016
Metal Content 1oz
Denomination 1.5 Euro
Purity 999
Condition Brilliant Uncirculated
Country Austria
Manufacturer Austrian Mint
Diameter (mm) 37 mm
Thickness (mm) 3.2 mm
Edge Plain
Inner Packaging 20
Outer Packaging 500

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