American Cowboys were a symbol of the rough-and-tumble American west during the 19th century. These tough individuals worked farms and ranches, and even served as help-for-hire throughout the west. With a unique design, KOMSCO offers a bullion collection for those who want to buy gold bars. Today, 5 Gram Gold South Korean Cowboy Bars are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you inside of sealed assay cards from KOMSCO!
- Cards have American Cowboy artwork on both sides!
- Consists of Five Grams, or .1608 Troy ounces, of .9999 fine silver.
- On the obverse side is an American Cowboy featured on horseback.
- The reverse face of the bars has the KOMSCO logo and Republic of Korea name.
- Four-way latent security image on the reverse field as well!
The roots of American cowboys can be traced back to Spain and the early European settlers who came to the New World. These ranch workers and farmers spread out across the North, Central, and South American continents. When it comes to American cowboys, roots can be traced directly to the Mexican vaqueros who filled a similar role in Mexican culture.
All 5 Gram Gold South Korean Cowboy Bars are available to you with an individual sealed assay card. The assay card’s reverse side includes certification information such as the weight, purity, and metal content of the bar. Both sides of the assay card have stylized artwork similar to the American Cowboy on the bar’s obverse face.
The obverse of the Gold South Korean Cowboy Bars depicts a single cowboy on horseback. This American cowboy rides along on his trusty steed as it rears up on its hind legs. The cowboy leans forward so he isn’t thrown off his mount. There are two cacti in the design field and the Taegeuk. The Taegeuk is the national symbol of the Republic of Korea. It features on the national flag as the familiar circle with red and blue halves.
On the reverse of 5 Gram Gold South Korean Cowboy Bars is a simple design field. The top of the bar has an inscription of the Republic of Korea in the letters of Hangul, the Korean alphabet. Along the bottom is the logo for KOMSCO. The central square in the design field hides the security features of the bar. This four-way latent security image offers different visuals based on the angle of viewing. You could see one of two Korean cultural and linguistic symbols, or the images of “Au” and “9999.”
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