The Design On the obverse side of the Austrian Philharmonic Silver Coin is the image of Viennas Musikverein Golden Hall. On the coin, the pipe organ from inside the hall is featured, along with ornate designs of the seating areas and balconies.
The reverse side of the coin features an array of instruments used by orchestra members during productions. These images include a French horn, bassoon, harp, cello, and violin. Primary engravings on both sides of the coin, including its identifying features (metal content, weight, and purity) are engraved in German.
Austrian Philharmonic Silver Coins come from one of the world’s oldest operating mints, enabling silver bullion enthusiasts to own a slice of history and giving investors another .999 purity coin that offers an exceptional future investment potential.