Lunar calendar coins are always a hit with collectors, and CIT is doing its part with this stunning proof gold piece honoring the Year of the Tiger. According to ancient Chinese tradition, the tiger is the third animal in the lunar calendar and represents courage and leadership traits. If you were born during the Year of the Tiger, you too may possess these strong qualities. Today, 2022 1/2 Gram Proof Mongolia Gold Year of the Tiger Coins are available to you online at JM Bullion.
- Arrives with a protective capsule and a Certificate of Authenticity!
- Stunning new coin celebrates the Year of the Tiger!
- Limited mintage of just 5,000 gold coins!
- Proof visuals.
- Contains 1/2 Gram of .9999 pure gold.
- Bears a face value of 1000 Togrogs backed by the Mongolian government.
- The obverse field depicts the Bank of Mongolia seal.
- On the reverse, there is a tiger and an elegant border pattern.
When you order 2022 1/2 Gram Mongolia Gold Year of the Tiger Coins you will receive a proof specimen housed inside a plastic capsule. These coins were produced by Coin Invest Trust and will arrive in brand-new condition. They also have legal tender status backed by the Bank of Mongolia. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity.
The obverse of 2022 1/2 Gram Proof Mongolia Year of the Tiger Coins contains the official Bank of Mongolia seal. You will also find inscriptions of the coin’s denomination, issuing country, weight, purity, and metal type. The Togrog is the official currency of Mongolia and was established in 1925 on an 18-gram silver note.
On the reverse of 2022 1/2 Gram Proof Gold Year of the Tiger Coins, there is the image of a tiger. This majestic creature is shown lying down and facing left with its head turned in our direction. Inscribed on the reverse is the year of release, and along the border, there is an elegant decorative pattern.
According to legend, there was a grand race held by the Jade Emperor to determine who his guardians would be. He invited every animal to participate, and in the end, there were twelve species in the competition. The order of the animals on the Lunar calendar is based on where each animal placed in the race. While the tiger ran competitively, she ultimately settled for the third place due to a river obstacle that set her slightly behind. As such, she is known as the third lunar animal.
Please contact JM Bullion if you have any questions when buying gold. Our team can assist you at 800-276-6508, online using our live chat, and via our email address.