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|1 - 19||$2.99||$19.50|
|20 - 49||$2.70||$19.21|
|50 - 499||$2.30||$18.81|
|500 - 1499||$1.99||$18.50|
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The silver Austrian Philharmonic is a great way to add interest to your holding without paying a big premium to do it. These Austrian coins commemorate the famed Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the Musikverein Concert Hall where the musicians play. Philharmonics are widely-traded throughout Europe and around the world. Investors everywhere desire these lovely silver coins because they are unique in design, extraordinarily well made and carry the Austrian Mint's reputation for confidence and trust.
Silver Philharmonics are denominated as 1.5 Euro. They were first minted in 2008 and each contains .999 pure silver. Since their launch, they have become Europe's most popular and best known silver bullion coin.
The obverse carries the image of Vienna's famous Musikverein Concert Hall, "Republik Osterrich", "1 Unze Feinsilber", and "1,5 Euro".
|Dates:||2008 - Present|
|Silver Weight:||1 troy ounce (31.103 grams)|
|Diameter:||1.457" (37.0 mm)|
|Thickness:||.126" (3.2 mm)|
|Obverse:||Great Organ of the Golden Hall|
|Reverse:||Assortment of musical instruments|
We are buying this item back daily, and we pay you promptly!
Our current buy pricing is $16.91 each and we will buy up to 2,500 ounces at this price. Simply call us on any weekday to lock pricing at 1-800-800-1865.
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By on December 11th, 2015
It is a beautiful coin on both sides. Even my wife commented on its beauty. And as usual, they were extremely well-packaged.
By Ronald W. on November 26th, 2015
This coin is a real looker. Both sides have the perfect balance of shiny to matte finishes, and the relief design work is spectacularly executed.
By on July 15th, 2015
This is one of the most elegant government issued coins in the one ounce size. The mark-up is a tad high, but I'm sure it falls within the realm of reasonable.