2 oz Silver Buddhist Stele of Amitabha Bars - Silver.com™
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2 oz Silver Buddhist Stele of Amitabha Bars

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In the 7th Century, Silla overtook Goguryeo and Baekje and officially unified South Korea. In honor of this great achievement, the Buddhist Stele of Amitabha was erected. Later discovered in the Biamsa Temple in Yeongi County, this stone artifact features elaborate Buddhist imagery on all four sides. Today, 2 oz Silver Buddhist Stele of Amitabha Bars are available to you online from Silver.com.

Bar Highlights:

  • Bars ship to you in plastic protective capsules!
  • Brand-new replica of a Korean National Treasure!
  • Bar is a high-relief specimen with a light antique finish!
  • Consists of 2 Troy ounces of .999 fine silver.
  • The obverse shows the celestial Buddha Amitabha.
  • On the reverse side are 20 sitting Buddhas reproduced from the stele.

One of the exciting aspects of investing in silver is the unique range of designs featured on products. Rather than sticking to the exact same item with each purchase, you have the opportunity to select a truly diverse range of products for your collection. 2 oz Silver Buddhist Stele of Amitabha Bars are the perfect example of this. These historical bars are reproductions of the famous Buddhist Stele of Amitabha in Korea. They arrive in protective capsules and will surely be a highlight among the silver bars you own.

If you go to Korea’s National Museum, you will find what is considered the country’s National treasure no. 106. It is a majestic stone monument called the Buddhist Stele of Amitabha. An inscription on the stele suggests it is dated back to around 689. Historians surmise that it likely was created to honor the unification of South Korea. Today it is considered a masterpiece in the art world thanks to its detailed design and incredible spatial depth.

The celestial Buddha Amitabha is depicted on the obverse side of 2 oz Silver Buddhist Stele of Amitabha Bars. Surrounding this buddha are other spiritual figures of the era. Because the original stele has faded over time, the artists behind this bar have taken some liberties in reimaging the more precise details of the background and the faces of the spiritual figures.

In keeping with the original, four rows of five buddhas each are depicted on the reverse side of the 2 oz Buddhist Stele of Amitabha Bars. Also, to enhance the feeling of a historical artifact, this replica has placed the bar’s purity and weight on the side as not to distract from the historical imagery.

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Weight 2.00000 oz

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Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Purity:  .9999

Thickness:  6 mm

Condition:  New

Edge Design:  Smooth

Packaging Type:  Plastic Capsule

Weight:  2 Troy Ounces

Dimensions:  27.25 x 40 m x 6 mm

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