Silver Vienna Philharmonic (Austria)

Silver Vienna Philharmonic (Austria)

The Silver Philharmonic is minted as legal tender by the Austrian Mint in Vienna and was first introduced in 2008. The beautiful Silver Philharmonic coin is 99.9% fine silver and has a face value of €1. While the coin itself is made of fine silver and its actual value is well above its face value, it can still be used as legal tender for its face value in Austria.

The Austrian Mint was built in 1194 so it could mint the silver that had been paid in ransom for Richard the Lionhearted’s release. King Richard was taken prisoner by Austria’s Duke Leopold V as Richard attempted to pass through after a falling out during the Crusades. The Austrian Mint has been known around the world for minting exceptional coins for the last 800 years.

The Silver Philharmonic uses the same beautiful design as one of the greatest and most coveted coins in modern Gold bullion history, the Gold Philharmonic. The design was inspired by the world renowned Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Instruments adorn the back of the coin in a harmonious symphony. The front of the coin is graced with the great organ in the Golden Hall in Vienna’s Musikverein along with both the weight and year of issue.

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