KOMSCO has introduced a variety of exciting bullion medal programs since 2016. Chiwoo Cheonwang is its most popular at the moment, but there’s no denying the value and demand for collections like the Zi:Sin Series and the South Korean Tiger Medals. Today, 1/2 oz Gold South Korean Tiger Medals are available to you online at Silver.com from random years!
- Available to ship to you inside of protective plastic capsules!
- Issued since 2016 in this 1/2 oz weight!
- Consists of One-Half Troy ounce of .9999 fine gold in BU condition.
- The obverse side of the gold medals features a Korean tiger in various reliefs.
- On the reverse face of the medals is the Korean peninsula in an artistic depiction.
- As a random-year listing, please note you could receive multiples of the same date and design when buying more than one.
KOMSCO first issued the Gold South Korean Tiger Medals in 2016. Since that time, it has continued to issue the Gold South Korean Tiger with a new obverse design of the Korean tiger for each issue.
All 1/2 oz Gold South Korean Tiger Medals in this listing come to you with a protective plastic capsule. The coins are available from 2016 to the present and feature .9999 fine gold content in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. This is a random-year listing from Silver.com. This means that your 1/2 oz Gold Korean Tiger Medals are chosen at random once your payment has been processed.
As a result of this selection process, we cannot guarantee you a specific coin design or date mark. All coins are chosen randomly after payment is processed as your products are packaged for shipping. If you buy more than one coin, please note that you may receive several coins with the same date mark and corresponding design for that year.
On the obverse of all 1/2 oz Gold South Korean Tiger Medals is the image of a Korean tiger. From a scientific standpoint, the tiger in question is a Siberian tiger. The range of this tiger population used to encompass the Far East of Russia, northern China, eastern Mongolia, and the Korean peninsula. Today, however, the tiger’s range is limited to Far Eastern Russia and Northeastern China.
The reverse of Gold South Korean Tiger Medals includes a stylized depiction of the Korean peninsula. In this design, the peninsula is created using the letters of the Hangul, or Korean alphabet. The peninsula is shown here with no political boundaries to separate North Korea and South Korea.
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