2016 1 oz Austrian Philharmonics
The original Philharmonic coin was met with great reviews and popularity upon its inception in 1989. The Austrian Mint is widely considered one of the best mints in the world because of their quality and attention to detail. The Silver Philharmonics, Gold Philharmonics and Platinum Philharmonics are no exception to their ability to create wonderfully creative and quality bullion sought after by collectors and investors all over the world.
The Austrian Philharmonic coins feature the same design on both the Gold Vienna Philharmonic, Europe’s leading bullion coin, and the Silver Vienna Philharmonic, the first Silver bullion coin that is denominated in euros. The new 2016 Platinum Philharmonic features these same exceptional designs. The obverse of the Philharmonic coins displays the Great Pipe Organ in Vienna's Golden Hall in Vienna’s concert hall, the Musikverein, along with the year, weight and face value. The reverse of the Vienna Philharmonic coins features an array of instruments found in the orchestra including the cello, violin, harp, horn and bassoon.
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