There’s a new series of silver for sale and it is debuting in line with the Year of the Tiger. The new Lost Tiger Series represents the nation of Cambodia within the precious metals industry and offers both gold and silver coins to investors. Today, 2022 1 oz Silver Cambodia Lost Tiger Coins are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you inside protective capsules!
- First issue of the Silver Lost Tigers coins!
- Mintage limited to 10,000 coins only!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- The face value of 3,000 Riels is fully backed by the Cambodian government.
- On the obverse is a vision of Angkor Wat.
- The reverse depicts the face of a tiger.
Today, there are only five species of wild cats in the world. All of these species are members of the genus Panthera, and the tiger is the largest of these cats. While the lion is often referred to as the King of the Jungle, that species, ironically, does not inhabit any of the world’s jungles. It is the tiger that prowls the jungles of the world, primarily throughout the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, and Sumatra.
All of the 2022 1 oz Silver Cambodia Lost Tiger Coins available here at Silver.com come to you as the first release of the new Lost Tiger Series. The first major release for Cambodia, these 1 oz silver coins are available individually in capsules and come from the mint in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
On the obverse of 2022 Silver Cambodia Lost Tiger is a vision of the grand religious complex of Angkor Wat. The temple at Angkor Wat was initially built to honor the Hindu god Vishnu in the early 12th century, but by the end of the 12th century, the temple complex had been converted into a Buddhist religious site instead. The temple complex is the largest in the world in terms of land area covered.
The reverse of 2022 1 oz Silver Lost Tiger Coins features a front-facing image of a tiger. Researchers and scholars have debated for decades the exact number of tiger subspecies in the world. Originally, tigers were classified into different subspecies based on physical characteristics such as fur color, thickness, and length. Modern genome sequencing suggests there are only two main subspecies, but each has some differences between various local populations of the same subspecies.
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