Each of the medals released by KOMSCO in the new Zi:Sin Series features a different member of the 12 Guardians. These prolific warriors have their own unique powers and were chosen by god to lead his armies into battle when evil forces rise up to threaten the world. Right now, 2018 1 oz Gold South Korean Zi:Sin Canis Medals are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you inside of protective capsules or sealed rolls of 20 medals!
- Second design released by KOMSCO in the Zi:Sin Series!
- Mintage limited to 1,200 medals only!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine gold in BU condition.
- Bears a value of 1 Clay from KOMSCO.
- The image of the warrior Canis is found on the reverse.
- Do ggae bi’s face features on the obverse.
Each of the 2018 1 oz Gold South Korean Zi:Sin Canis Medals available to you through this Silver.com product listing is available in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The medals are offered in either individual protective capsules or ship to you in multiples of 20 medals available inside of sealed rolls.
The warriors of the Zi:Sin Series number 12 in all and are god’s chosen fighters to help protect the world and humanity from evil. Each of the warriors who comprise the 12 Guardians watch one of the 12 directions to ensure that the forces of good are always ready to rise up and meet evil wherever it may originate.
On the obverse face of all 2018 1 oz Gold South Korean Zi:Sin Medals features the same design. Do ggae bi, the grotesque figure whose face is on the battleshield of Chiwoo Cheonwang, is found on the obverse side of all medals in this collection. The use of his face to ward off evil spirits is a practice that dates back thousands of years in Korean culture.
The reverse side of the 2018 1 oz Gold South Korean Zi:Sin Canis Medal depicts the second of god’s 12 Guardians to feature in the collection. Canis is a faithful servent who is at god’s side 24/7 helping to watch out for evil and offer his protection. Canis is described as loyal and reliable, and is always at the front of the armies to lead them into battle against demonic forces.
KOMSCO was founded in 1951 to provide the Republic of Korea with reliable coining and currency production during the Korean War. Today, it is a government-owned corporation that produces South Korea’s currency, passports, and other government documents.
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