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Since 2008 you can buy the famous Vienna Philharmonic also in silver! The Silver Philharmonic was the first European silver bullion coin brought to market in 2008 by the Austrian Mint. The design corresponds to the Vienna Philharmonic gold, which is already available since 1989.
The coin's minting is influenced by its namesake, the famous Austrian orchestra. One side of the coin depicts instruments from the Vienna Philharmonic: horn, bassoon, harp, cello, viola and violin. The second side of the coin depicts the organ from the Great Hall of the Musikverein. The face value of 1.50 euros listed below makes the coin legal tender. As with the gold Philharmonic, the motif of the silver coin remains unchanged every year. Unlike the gold coin, however, the silver Philharmonic has a smooth coin edge. The design of the motif on both coins is by Thomas Pesendorfer.
The Vienna Philharmonic is one of the best-selling bullion coins in the world. In contrast to the gold coin, which is produced in various sizes, the silver Philharmonic is only available with a fine weight of one ounce.
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