World renound for its 1 oz Silver Philharmonic the Austrian Mint has seen a tremendous surge in popularity since the begining of the program in 2002. TBE has competative pricing on all Silver Vienna Philharmonic coins listed on TexasBullion.com.
First released in February of 2008, the Austrian Silver Philharmonic had a mintabe of 7,773,000, which is the lowest mintage of any year in the series. The obverse of the coin features a pipe organ from a concert hall in the Innere Stadt region of Vienna where the Vienna Philharmonic orchestra plays its music. The German words "REPUBLIK OSTERREICH" (Republic of Austria) are crested across the top above the organ. The reverse features an array of musical instruments including the harp, violin, cello, flute, bassoon, and French horn along with the words "1 UNZE FEINSILBER" (1 ounce pure silver).
Texas Bullion has competative pricing on all Silver Austrian Philharmonic coins. We encourage you to take advantage of current market lows and add 1 oz Silver Austrian Philharmonics to your precious metals portfolio today. Please contact us at (855) 344-2646 with any questions you may have.