The Silver Austrian Philharmonic was first minted in 2008. Each coin is .999 fine silver and legal tender with a face value of 1.50 Euro. Inspired by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the obverse depicts a variety of musical instruments from the Orchestra. The Great Pipe Organ in Vienna's Golden Concert Hall, home of the Philharmonics is pictured on the obverse. Each coin is struck with the fine silver content, weight, denomination and year of issue.
*Coin(s) received may not be exactly as shown but will be of equal value and quality. Year may vary.
Diameter: 37 mm
Euro € 1.50
The Great Pipe Organ in Vienna's Golden Concert Hall, fine silver content, weight, denomination and year of issue.
Musical instruments from the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
Coins sold in increment of 20 and are packaged in a tube.
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