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ABOUT THIS COIN:
The 1.50 euro coin is a bullion coin that has been issued by Austria since 2008. It is the lowest denominated coin of the Vienna Philharmonic coins and is the only silver piece in the series. In 2012, the piece won Krause's Most Popular Coin of 2010.
The coin is composed of .999 fine silver (99.9% silver, .1% copper), weighs approximately 31.103 grams, and measures 37 millimeters in diameter and 3.2 millimeters in thickness. It uses medal alignment, bears a smooth edge, and is circular in shape. Like the other Vienna Philharmonic pieces, it was designed and engraved by Austrian sculptor and mint official Thomas Pesendorfer (1952–). Featured in the center of the obverse is the organ from the Musikverein concert hall in Vienna. The German state title "REPUBLIK ÖSTERREICH" (English: "Republic of Austria") is engraved above the organ around the coin's periphery, while the purity "1 UNZE FEINSILBER" (English: "1 ounce fine silver") is featured directly below the keyboard instrument. The date is printed in small text under the indication of the purity, and the value "1,50 EURO" is present at the very bottom of the obverse, arched around the rim. An assortment of musical instruments used by the Vienna Philharmonic orchestra is depicted on the reverse, including a cello, four violins, a harp, bassoon, and Viennese horn. Featured above the instruments is the arched inscription "WIENER PHILHARMONIKER" (English: "Vienna Philharmonic").
The coin's mintage each year is dependent on the number of pieces demanded. From 2008 to 2011, a total of about 45,973,700 examples was produced.
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