2012 1.50 Euro Silver Austrian Philharmonic 1 oz BU

Description

The Austrian Philharmonic coins, which are 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver, were first introduced in 2004 paying tribute to the country’s illustrious musical treasure, the Vienna Philharmonic. The coin’s obverse features the pipe organ from the Golden Hall in Musikverein, which opened in 1870, and is home to the Vienna Philharmonic. The artist designed the reverse of this coin capturing an array of musical instruments such as a harp, violins, a cello, bassoon, and a Vienna horn.

Coin Features:

    • .999 Silver
    • Shipped in protective packaging

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Additional information

Brand/Mint

Austrian Mint

Shape

Round

Certification

Uncertified

COA

No

Coin

Austrian Philharmonic

Country of Manufacture

Austria

Diameter

37.0mm

Face Value

1.5 Euro

Fineness

0.999

Grade

Ungraded

Issuing Country

Austria

Metal Content

1 oz

Metal Percentage

99.9

Metal Purity

0.999

Metal Type

Silver

Obverse Designer

Thomas Pesendorfer

Precious Metal Form

Coin

Reverse Designer

Thomas Pesendorfer

Strike Type

Business

Thickness

3.2mm

Year

2012

Denomination

1.50 Euro