The Austrian Vienna Philharmonic Silver Bullion Coin has gained popularity since it’s release in 2008 for it’s unique design and often reasonable premiums. It is an Austrian government issued Legal Tender Bullion Coin where its weight and purity are guaranteed.

A unique piece in the Austrian collection is the Vienna Philharmonic coin. This coin is struck in pure gold, 999.9 fine (24 carats). It is issued every year, in four different face values, sizes and weights. It is used as an investment product (bullion coin), although it finishes almost always in hands of collectors. According to the World gold Council, was the best selling gold coin in 1992, 1995 and 1996 world wide.

Since 1 February 2008, this coin is being minted in silver as well. Both side of the coin features as on the Vienna Philharmonic pure gold coin. Its face value of 1,50 Euro gives the silver piece its coin character, but is not relevant for the actual market value of the coin.

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