This 2016 1 ounce Vienna Philharmonic silver bullion coin contains 0.999 pure silver and is fabricated by Münze Österreich, the Austrian Mint, which is located in Austria's capital Vienna.
The obverse of the 1 oz silver Vienna Philharmonic coin features imagery of the Great pipe organ in the Golden Hall of Vienna's Concert Hall.
The reverse of the silver Philharmonic coin features a series of musical instruments from the Vienna Philharmonic orchestra, including a harp, a Viennese horn and a bassoon. Both coin faces were designed by the chief engraver of the Austrian Mint.
The 1 oz silver Vienna Philharmonic coin is a non-circulating bullion coins with a nominal face value of €1.50, and is a legal tender coin across the Eurozone.
As a legal tender coin, silver Philharmonic bullion coins coins are VAT free across the Eurozone, and also free of Goods and Services Tax (GST) when purchased in Singapore.
Coin orders in increments of 500 are delivered in monster boxes, orders in increments of 20 are delivered in mint tubes, with smaller quantities and individual coins delivered in coin envelopes.