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Vienna Philharmonic is struck in the silver of .999 purity. It is a first bullion coin with euro face value. Among investors throughtout the world, Vienna Philharmonic coin is one of the most sought-after and popular due to the fact that it is a widely-recognized product with high liquidity. Vienna Philharmonic is minted by Austrian Mint since 1989. The coin design was based on the computer graphics and then engraved in the gold. The design was produced by the chief engraver of the Austrian Mint, Thomas Pesendorfer.
The owner of the manufacturing company, which produces 450 million coins yearly, is the National Bank of Austria. Thus, the purity, content and weight of all Austrian Mint products are guaranteed by the Austrian goverment.
Obverse: the coins are engraved with the depiction of a monumental pipe organ from the Vienna Musikverein's Golden Hall where the Vienna Philharmonic orchestra resides. There is also the value, weight, purity and a year of minting there.
Reverse: shows instruments of the Vienna Philharmonic, including Vienna horn, bassoon, harp, and four violins centered on a cello.
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