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The runaway success of the world-famous Vienna Philharmonic bullion coin is not only limited to its golden manifestation. Struck in pure silver, the silver Vienna Philharmonic has also proved to be a massive hit with investors.
When the Austrian Mint first issued Vienna Philharmonic coins in silver in February 2008, it was the first time that a European silver bullion coin had been brought on to the market featuring silver of 99.9 percent purity. The market had long been waiting for a product of these characteristics and within a month of the date of issue, the millionth coin was struck. By the end of 2008, eight million Vienna Philharmonic coins in silver had been sold. Since sales began on 1 February 2008, this silver coin has been struck exclusively in the 1-ounce version and in a quantity that reflects market demand.
Several million sold every year
Given the enthusiastic reception that Vienna Philharmonics in gold have enjoyed among investors worldwide, it was decided that a virtually identical version of Thomas Pesendorfer’s original design for the gold coins should also appear on the silver coins. A full ounce of silver at an attractive price: perfect for investing, collecting, and giving.
(Description courtesy of Münze Österreich)