A vital symbol for South Korea, the tiger can be found across the country’s diverse cultural landscape. This includes the beautiful gold tiger medal series from KOMSCO, which is now in its 7th year of release. These medals contain an original tiger cub design in a limited mintage that also features beautiful collector packaging. Today, 2022 1 oz South Korean Tiger Gold Medals are available online at JM Bullion.
- Delivered in a display case with a Certificate of Authenticity!
- Beautiful new South Korean Tiger medal!
- Limited mintage of just 500 gold medals!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure gold in BU condition.
- The obverse shows a tiger cub on the Seoraksan mountain.
- On the reverse side, there is a stylized rendering of the Korean peninsula.
- Includes latent-image technology security features.
When you purchase 2022 1 oz South Korean Tiger Gold Medals in this online JM Bullion listing, they will arrive in BU condition in their original mint packaging. This includes a capsule, a Certificate of Authenticity, and a box for display purposes. These medals were produced by KOMOSCO, which produces South Korea’s circulating currency as well as numerous bullion collectibles.
Also known as the Amur tiger, the Siberian once roamed the mountains of the Korean peninsula, which led the region to be known as “The Land of the Tigers.” The world’s largest cat, the Siberian can be distinguished from other tigers by its lighter coat and the fact that a male can grow up to a whopping ten feet in length.
A tiger cub is depicted on the obverse of 2022 South Korean Gold Medals. In this design, the tiger is climbing Seoraksan, the third-highest mountain in South Korea. In the background, other mountains in the range are visible, as well as a cable car gliding toward the summit. Other details include a tiger’s paw print and inscriptions reading Korean Tiger, 2022, 1 oz, Seoraksan.
The Korean peninsula is shown on the reverse side of these 2022 1 oz Tiger Gold Medals. In this memorable design, the peninsula is depicted with the letters of the Korean alphabet. To the left and right, we see the Taegeuk and the medal’s security device, respectively. Along the rim, there are the stripes of a tiger between inscriptions reading Republic of Korea, Fine Gold, .999.
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