South Korean Tiger bullion medals are available annually in silver and gold for sale. Between the two metallic options, the South Korean Tiger Gold Medals have been available longer and date to the 2016 introduction of the series. Right now, 2019 1/10 oz South Korean Tiger Gold Medals are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives inside of sealed assay cards with the blue label!
- 4th year of issue for South Korean Tiger Gold Medals!
- Limited mintage of only 3,000 medals!
- Contains 1/10 Troy oz of .999 pure gold in BU condition.
- Obverse includes the Korean tiger gashing the design field.
- Reverse bears the Korean peninsula stylized design.
Each of the 2019 1/10 oz South Korean Tiger Gold Medals in this product listing is available to you in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The gold medals are shipped inside of sealed assay cards that have the weight, purity, and metal content of the product, along with the serial number for each item.
KOMSCO issued the 2019 South Korean Tiger Gold Medals in this listing with a maximum mintage of 3,000 medals split across two different colorized assay labels. There are 1,500 of the 1/10 oz Tiger Gold Medals housed inside of either a red assay label or a blue assay label.
On the obverse face of 2019 South Korean Tiger Gold Medals is the image of a Siberian tiger. Known locally as the Korean tiger, the design field features a tigers paw extending out toward the viewer with two of its powerful claws leaving long gashes in the design field. In the background, you can see the ferocious face of the tiger.
Korean tigers are not a separate species, but rather the regional name for the Siberian tiger. Though the Siberian tiger no longer lives as far south as the Korean peninsula, members of the species still lived on the peninsula as recently as the 1920s.
The reverse side of 2019 1/10 oz South Korean Tiger Gold Medals comes with a stylized image of the Korean peninsula. The entire peninsula is made up of the letters of the Korean alphabet, otherwise known as the Hangul.
KOMSCO is the official sovereign mint of the Republic of Korea. Founded in 1951 and operating as a state-owned corporation of South Korea, KOMSCO has emerged on the international precious metals scene with new bullion options.
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