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Coming Soon: 2021 Austria Silver Philharmonics

This winter of 2020 will see the highly anticipated release of the 2021 Austria Silver Philharmonic. This astounding series was first struck in 2008 by the Austrian Mint, and has since become one of the leading silver bullion coins in the world. Each coin is struck on a 1 oz. .999 pure silver planchet.

Classic Philharmonic Design Celebrates the Old World

The coin's obverse shows an array of several common orchestral instruments: the Vienna horn, a harp, a cello, two violas, two violins, and an oboe. Rim inscriptions are in German and include "Weiner Philharmoniker" and "Silber." The reverse of the coin shows the Great Hall of the Musikverein, the acoustically perfect Vienna concert hall that the Vienna Philharmonic calls home. The main image is of the massive pipe organ that resides in the hall. Inscriptions include "Republik Osterreich" and "1 Unze Feinsilber," "2021," and the "1.50 Euro" denomination.

Both the obverse and reverse designs were brought to fruition by Thomas Pesendorfer, the now-retired artisan engraver from the Austrian Mint.

When will the 2021 Austria Philharmonic be available to purchase from

2021 Austria Philharmonics are expected to be available for sale in the Winter of 2020.

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