|1 oz Austria Silver Philharmonic (Random Year)||Bullion Exchanges||$29.67|
|2017 Austria 1 oz Silver Philharmonic Monster Box|
|2018 Austria 1 oz Silver Philharmonic Monster Box|
|2018 Austria 1 oz Silver Philharmonic|
|2019 Austria 1 oz Silver Philharmonic|
|2019 Austrian Silver Philharmonic Monster Box (500 Coins, BU)|
|2019 Austrian Silver Philharmonic Coin (Tube of 20)|
|2020 Austria Philharmonic 1 oz Silver Coin||BGASC||$35.38|
|2020 Austrian Silver Philharmonic Coin (Tube of 20)|
|2020 1 oz Silver Austrian Philharmonic Monster Box|
|2021 Austria Philharmonic 1 oz Silver Coin||Monument Metals||$28.88|
|2021 Austrian Silver Philharmonic Coin (Tube of 20)||Monument Metals||$577.60|
|Austria Gold 1 Ducat||APMEX||$233.59|
|Austria Gold 10 Coronas|
|Austria Gold 4 Florin/10 Francs Franz Joseph|
|Austria Gold 8 Florin 20 Francs|
|Austrian Philharmonic 1 oz Gold Coins (Random Year)||JM Bullion||$1903.74|
|2019 1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic||APMEX||$1960.11|
|Austria Gold 4 Ducat|
|Austrian 100 Corona||Monument Metals||$1836.50|
|2020 Austria 1 oz Gold Philharmonic Coin||APMEX||$2052.29|
|Austria 1/10 oz Gold Philharmonic - Random Year||Monument Metals||$217.20|
|Austria Gold 20 Corona||APMEX||$395.77|
Austria, landlocked in Central Europe, has a long, rich history of minting gold and silver coins used in trade and commerce.
The Vienna Mint is one of the leading coin producers in the world. Located in the capital city of Vienna, Austria, the mint has been producing silver & gold coins for over 825 years.
The mint was established by Duke Leopold V of Austria with silver acquired from a ransom paid for the release of imprisoned King Richard the Lionheart of England in 1194.
Precious Metals Investors and collectors worldwide have created demand for these coins. The Vienna Philharmonic bullion coins are denominated in Euros and are produced annually in the same design since their introduction.