In 2016, KOMSCO launched some of its most popular bullion medal programs to date. That year saw the introduction of two important programs still running today: Chiwoo Cheonwang and the Korean Tiger. The Korean Tiger series started with only gold bullion medals, but as of 2018, also features silver bullion medals. Today, 2021 1 oz Silver South Korean Tiger Medals are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to you in protective flips, plastic tubes of 25, or monster boxes of 250 medals!
- Fourth release of Silver South Korean Tiger Medals!
- Mintage limited to 20,000 medals only!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver in BU condition.
- The obverse depicts a tiger cub lying in front of bamboo.
- On the reverse is the Korean Peninsula design common to the series.
- Latent security feature in the reverse design field.
The release of Korean Tiger bullion medals started in 2016 with gold medals only. The common options available included 1 oz gold and 1/10 oz gold options. In 2018, silver options were introduced with these 1 oz silver medals as the first option. In the time since, the series has expanded its silver options to include 2 oz and 10 oz silver medals.
All of the 2021 1 oz Silver South Korean Tiger Medals are available to purchase individually or in bulk. The silver medals in this series are available in protective flips. Multiples in this collection come with plastic tubes of 25 medals or monster boxes of 250 silver medals. The box holds a total of 10 tubes.
The obverse side of 2021 Silver South Korean Tiger Medals comes with a new design for 2021. KOMSCO changes the design on the obverse field of the medals each year, with recent designs showing tiger cubs in calmer designs than the original visuals. The medals originally featured adult tigers with aggressive, fearsome designs. In this design, a tiger cub is shown lying on the ground in front of a wall of bamboo.
On the reverse field of the 2021 1 oz Silver Tiger Medal is an image of the Korean Peninsula. The Korean Peninsula is shown here with the letters of the Hangul forming the shape of the peninsula. In the background field, there is a tiger-skin texture with tiger stripes along the edge of the design field. There is also a latent security feature on this side of the medals.
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