Austrian Philharmonic is the part of the renowned Philharmonic series of the coin. Also, popular with the name of "Austrian Philharmonic Silver coins" and "Silver Philharmonics," the unique coins are part of Europe's widely available precious metals.
Philharmonic is one of few top minted bullion that carries a denomination or face value in Euros. Created in 2008, Austria Silver Philharmonic coins have earned them a status of the top-selling European bullion coin. Approximately ten million of investors and traders invest in Austria Philharmonic coins every year.
Design and Denomination of Austria Silver Philharmonic Coins
The name and design of Austria Silver Philharmonic coins honor Vienna's historical role for its contribution to classical music. When it comes to appearance, the beautiful silver coins have tremendous similarity to the Austrian Philharmonic Gold.
The obverse side of Silver Philharmonics displays the "Great Organ" located in Golden Hall in Musikverein – Vienna. You can see "REPUBLIK OSTERREICH" and "1 UNZE FEINSILBER" with the transactional value written on the coins. The reverse side of the coin features different musical instruments, representing the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
Manufacturers mint Austria Philharmonic coins in a single weight denomination -one troy ounce. All the coins contain .999 pure silver (99.9% silver). The face value is the same since €1 and €2 were standard denominations in Euros coin, and €1.5 qualified as a happy medium.
The Philharmonic series in Austria has become one of the most recognized silver coins and other options like the Maria Theresa silver coin. Over time, Austria Philharmonics coins have attained international popularity. The silver coins play a significant role in promoting and establishing the Austrian Mint's credibility and success in terms of investment.