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Silver Austrian Philharmonics Monster Box of 500 Coins

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500.00 oz £ 9,313.65 £ 12,107.74
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Buy Silver Philharmonic Coins - Monster Box- 500 oz - Delivery and Storage

The Austrian Silver Philharmonic Coin (1 oz) was launched in 2008 by the Austrian Mint and produced every year since then. 

Silver philharmonics are 99.9% pure silver bullion coins and their content and authenticity are guaranteed by the government of Austria.

Austrian Silver Philharmonics are the first and only silver bullion coin that are denominated in euros and are attractive coins for buyers in the EU and internationally.

The new 2017 Silver Austrian Philharmonic 500-coin Monster Box features a tamper evident security seal from the Austrian Mint. These elegant coins appeal to investors and collectors worldwide for their beauty and .999 fine purity. 

What are the benefits of Austrian Philharmonic Monster Boxes?

  • 500 silver bullion coins in a box, each containing exactly 1 oz of 99.9% pure silver
  • Legal tender silver bullion coin guaranteed by Austrian government
  • New 2017 feature is a tamper evident seal
  • Each box has 25 tubes with seals and each tube has 20 coins
  • Monster boxes have more competitive pricing and premiums than tubes
  • Internationally liquid form of financial insurance
  • Suitable for investors looking to own silver coins 

What is the composition of an Austrian Silver Philharmonic coin?

The Austrian Philharmonic Silver coins are 0.999 pure silver. The coin is legal tender in Austria and has a face value of 1.50 euros. It weighs exactly 1 troy ounce of 0.999 fine silver. The coins are distributed by the Austrian Mint in beautiful mint cases. Each case or box has 500 coins with 25 plastic tubes which each have 20 coins in them.

  • Obverse or front of coin: The Great Organ of the Golden Hall in Vienna’s concert hall, the Musikverein, along with the year, weight and face value.
  • Reverse or back of coin: An array of instruments, including the cello, violin, harp, Vienna horn and bassoon.

What is the history of the Silver Philharmonic?

Beginning in just 2008, it is now the highest minted and most well-known silver bullion coin in Europe. It is sold as a mass-produced investment coin and during the 5-years of the global financial crisis from 2008 to 2012, there were over 54 million coins sold

Silver Philharmonic Coins are 99.9% pure silver and so are a practical way to own real physical investment grade silver. 

Silver has a low correlation with traditional financial assets such as stocks and bonds, so physical silver ownership via Philharmonics also provides portfolio diversification and is a great form of financial insurance in an increasingly uncertain world.

The Philharmonic is produced by the Austrian Mint, one of the most reputable mints in the world, under the ownership of the Austrian Government. The purity and authenticity of the coin are guaranteed by the Austrian Mint.

Philharmonics are known and accepted by dealers around the world, making the secondary buying and selling market highly liquid due to the large trading volumes. Bullion dealers such as GoldCore make a market in Monster boxes.

Silver Austrian Philharmonics Monster Box of 500 Coins

Weight: 500.00000
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Live Prices

Order Value Price Premium
£ 1,000 - £ 39,999 £ 12,107.75 30.00%
£ 40,000 - £ 39,999 £ 12,044.24 29.32%
£ 40,000 + £ 12,044.24 29.32%

Who makes Austrian Philharmonic Silver Coins - The Austrian Mint?

Renowned internationally for its expertise in precious metal processing and coin production, the Austrian Mint is a global player in the international minting industry and ranks among the world’s leading mints.

As well as striking some of the world best-selling bullion coins including the Silver and Gold Philharmonic coins, it also mints an impressive range of collector coins and medals and indeed supply, legal tender circulation coins and blanks to many countries worldwide. But first and foremost their duty is to produce the Austria’s euro circulation coins.

With more than 800 years of coin-making experience, since 1988 the Austrian Mint has operated as a private company and is the sole manufacturer of coinage to the Austrian people. This is done from their beautiful and historic building in the centre of Vienna.

Austria’s National Bank completely owns the Austrian Mint which employs some 200 people and creates over 400 million coins every year.

How to buy Silver Philharmonics for Delivery in U.K, Scotland, Wales  and Northern Ireland?

GoldCore offer Philharmonic Silver Coins and all leading silver bullion coins for insured delivery throughout the UK - in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

We deliver silver bullion coins through fully insured international shipping services and national postal services such as Fedex and UPS.

Insured delivery in the U.S. and Canada for silver monster boxes is generally 4 to 10 working days. For certain products and during periods of high demand delivery can be a maximum of 15 working days. Insured delivery costs are competitive.

Note: Minimum order for delivery of Silver Philharmonic monster boxes is one box.

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Storing and Vaulting Your Silver Austrian Philharmonic Coins With GoldCore

For larger amounts, investors buy multiple Silver Philharmonic monster boxes and own them in allocated and segregated storage in GoldCore Secure Storage.

New Silver Philharmonic Coins minted by the Austrian Mint are distributed in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and can be securely stored in their original tube and in the monster box packaging in which they are issued.

Note: Minimum order for storage of Silver Philharmonic Coins is a Monster Box – 25 tubes of 20 coins per tube or 500 coins.

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