Austrian Silver Philharmonics

2015 Austrian Silver Philharmonics

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1-99 $20.24 ea.
  • 100-499 $20.14 ea.
  • 500+ $20.04 ea.

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The Austrian Silver Philharmonic Coin, first released by the Austrian Mint in Vienna, Austria in February 2008, is Europe’s most popular silver bullion coin. The Silver Philharmonic’s 99.9% purity, attractive design, and superior quality have earned it international popularity. The Philharmonic’s more...

2015 Austrian Silver Philharmonics

Volume Pricing

1-99 $20.24 ea.
  • 100-499 $20.14 ea.
  • 500+ $20.04 ea.

In stock

The Austrian Silver Philharmonic Coin, first released by the Austrian Mint in Vienna, Austria in February 2008, is Europe’s most popular silver bullion coin. The Silver Philharmonic’s 99.9% purity, attractive design, and superior quality have earned it international popularity. The Philharmonic’s more...

2015 Austrian Silver Philharmonic Monster Box (SEALED)

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1+ $10,020.00 ea.

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The Austrian Silver Philharmonic Coin, first released by the Austrian Mint in Vienna, Austria in February 2008, is Europe’s most popular silver bullion coin. The Silver Philharmonic’s 99.9% purity, attractive design, and superior quality have earned it international popularity. The Philharmonic’s more...

2015 Austrian Silver Philharmonic Monster Box (SEALED)

Volume Pricing

1+ $10,020.00 ea.

In stock

The Austrian Silver Philharmonic Coin, first released by the Austrian Mint in Vienna, Austria in February 2008, is Europe’s most popular silver bullion coin. The Silver Philharmonic’s 99.9% purity, attractive design, and superior quality have earned it international popularity. The Philharmonic’s more...


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