The third of the 12 Guardians to feature in KOMSCO’s Zi:Sin Series was Scrofa, also known as Justice Haechi. She was responsible for guarding the sacred Salt Lake, a divine passage point between the world of mortals and immortals. Her figure is honored in the third release in two designs, the second of which depicts one of her sacred powers. Right now, 2019 1/10 oz South Korean Zi:Sin Scrofa Gold Medals are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives in a protective assay card package!
- 3rd issue of the Zi:Sin Series!
- Limited mintage of only 3,000 medals!
- Contains 1/10 Troy oz of .999 pure gold in BU condition.
- The obverse features Do ggae bi.
- On the reverse is a depiction of Scrofa in her military regalia.
Each of the 2019 1/10 oz South Korean Zi:Sin Scrofa Gold Medals in this listing comes with a sealed assay card. The card encapsulates the individual medals and provides Certificate of Authenticity information validating the weight, metal content, and purity of the medal. Each of the individual pieces of gold for sale in this release is in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
The Zi:Sin Series is known as the 12 Guardians. It is the responsibility of these individuals to use their unique powers to help guard the world from 12 different directions. These individuals watch for the rise of evil forces and lead God’s armies against evil when the time comes to fight back.
The obverse side of 2019 1/10 oz South Korean Zi:Sin Scrofa Gold Medal features KOMSCO’s common design of Do ggae bi from the shield of Chiwoo Cheonwang. The image of Do ggae bi is horrific in appearance and is said to possess the power to scare away evil spirits. Ancient Koreans were rumored to hang his effigy from the roofing tiles of their homes to protect the residence from evil spirits.
On the reverse face of the 2019 1/10 oz South Korean Zi:Sin Scrofa Gold Medal is a depiction of Justice Haechi. Scrofa is shown standing along the edge of the sacred Salt Lake. She is there to guard the portal that connects the mortal and immortal worlds. She possesses the “Art of the Doppelganger” as one of her special powers, giving her the ability to duplicate herself in battle.
KOMSCO was founded in 1951 as the official sovereign mint of the Republic of Korea. Known as Korea Minting and Security Printing Company, KOMSCO produces both Korean bullion, circulation banknotes, and official government papers such as passports.
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