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Austrian Mint

1 oz. Silver Austrian Philharmonic (2022) New


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The runaway success of the world famous Vienna Philharmonic bullion coin is not only limited to its golden manifestation. Struck in pure silver, the silver Vienna Philharmonic has also proved to be a massive hit with investors.

When the Austrian Mint first issued Vienna Philharmonic coins in silver in February 2008, it was the first time that a European silver bullion coin had been brought on to the market featuring silver of 99.9 per cent purity. The market had long been waiting for a product of these characteristics and within a month of the date of issue, the millionth coin was struck. By the end of 2008, eight million Vienna Philharmonic coins in silver had been sold. Since sales began on 1 February 2008, this silver coin has been struck exclusively in the 1 ounce version and in a quantity that reflects market demand.

Metal Type Silver
Product Type Coin
Weight In Ounces 1
Weight In Grams 31.10700
Composition .999 pure silver
Diameter 37mm
Size N/A
Condition brilliant uncirculated
Release Year 2022
Edge smooth
Face Value 1.50 EUR
Brand Austrian Mint
Packaging no special packaging
Karats N/A

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