Vienna Philharmonic 1 oz Silver Coin Latest Release
The Vienna Philharmonic 1 oz silver coin appeared on the international market in 2008, being issued by the same Austrian Mint located in Vienna that has a respectable tradition of issuing coins for approximately 800 years and also minted the Vienna Philharmonic gold coin.
The Vienna Philharmonic 1oz silver coin displayed on our website was issued in 2012 so it is the newest silver coin from this mint and it has the status of legal tender only in Austria and not in the entire Eurozone. It is one of the few silver bullion coins with denomination in Euro.
The gold coin bearing the same name as the silver one had an immense success on the international market of precious metals due to its beauty and high bullion characteristics. The Vienna Philharmonic 1oz silver coin will surely be on the same path if we were to consider the purity of 99.90% at a weight of 31.10 grams.
Vienna Philharmonic 1 oz Silver Coin Design
The Austrian Mint changed nothing to the design of the Vienna Philharmonic 1oz silver coin that was issued in 2012. It is the same design with that of the gold bullion coin with the same name, except the face value which is obviously lower for the coin made of silver. It is a design realized by the famous Thomas Pesendorfer.
The face value of 1,50 EURO together with the year of minting 2012 appear on the reverse of the Vienna Philharmonic 1oz silver coin where it is also depicted the Great Organ situated in the Golden Hall where the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra gives its representations and under this illustration is written 1 UNZE FEINSILBER. REPUBLIK OSTERREICH is inscribed at the top.
WIENER PHILHARMONIKER, the inscription at the top of the obverse of the Vienna Philharmonic 1oz silver coin is depicted in images of various playing instruments: a Viennese horn, a harp, cello, violins, a string bass, and a bassoon.
Vienna Philharmonic 1 oz Silver Coin Versatile Investment
First of all, the Vienna Philharmonic 1oz silver coin issued in 2012 is a modern and beautiful way for an investor to diversify his portfolio. When investing into silver, is always good to be versatile because the price of the silver coins allows this wide freedom of choice. A wide possession of assets under the form of silver investment translates into higher chances of multiplying the investment.
Even though the design for the Vienna Philharmonic 1oz silver coin does not change and it is the same for all the coins issued starting with 2008, these bullion coins are a great opportunity for starting a collection because as years go by demand becomes even higher and so the profitability obtained from trading such a coin increases with years. If any numismatist is missing the Vienna Philharmonic 1oz silver coin issued in 2012 he or she will find it on our website at a price to which it is added a small VAT percentage.
The idea of owning 31.10 grams or one troy ounce of pure silver should be popular among everyone not with the purpose of speculating on the evolution of the silver price but for the idea of making a good investment that above all offers safety. If you decide doing that you will find the Vienna Philharmonic 1oz silver coin, the latest release minted in 2012, on our website.