Austrian Silver Philharmonic coins are desirable collectibles for music lovers across the globe. Established in 1842, the famous Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra has since been widely considered one of the finest orchestral ensembles in the world. Musicians must pass through a challenging application process to be considered for a spot in the orchestra. The world-renowned orchestra is based at the Musikverein, a prestigious Viennese concert hall. Those who are unable to journey to Vienna to see this ensemble perform live can bring the enchantment of the Vienna Philharmonic right into their home- just place an order for these Silver Philharmonics today!
The obverse shows off the wonderfully designed Musikverein Pipe Organ, located in the “Golden Hall”. Austrian Chief Engraver Thomas Pesendorfer designed the reverse of the coin, which features an eye-catching display of musical instruments. A Harp, Bassoon, Vienna Horn, and a cello centered between four violins appear on the reverse as well.
First produced in February 2008, this brilliant uncirculated silver coin honors the renowned Viennese Philharmonic Orchestra (“Wiener Philharmoniker”). Weighing 1 troy ounce and containing .999 fine silver content, these coins are perfect for investing or collectors alike.