The South Korean Silver Tiger Series returns now for its 5th year of release! Since its debut in 2018, the South Korean mint KOMSCO has issued a brand-new silver tiger design annually. The latest release features a young tiger climbing Seoraksan, which is the highest peak of South Korea’s Taebaek mountain range. Today, 2022 10 oz South Korean Tiger Silver Medals are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Includes a protective plastic capsule!
- 5th silver Korean Tiger design!
- Limited mintage of only 300 pieces!
- Contains 10 Troy oz of .999 pure silver in BU condition.
- A young tiger climbs Seoraksan Mountain on the obverse.
- A stylized Korean peninsula features in the reverse design.
- Designed with a special security device.
These 2022 10 oz Silver Tiger Medals were struck at the South Korean mint known as KOMSCO. The medals consist of .999 pure silver and will arrive in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Upon delivery, you will find yours housed in a protective plastic capsule.
On the obverse of 2022 South Korean Tiger Silver Medals a young tiger is shown climbing Seoraksan mountain. The tiger appears to be taking a pause during the climb as we see a cable car and other mountain peaks off in the distance. Inscriptions on the obverse read Korean Tiger, 2022, 10 oz, Seoraksan.
The reverse face of 2022 10 oz South Korean Tiger Silver Medals features a stylized rendering of the Korean peninsula. If you look closely, you will see that the shape of the peninsula is crafted through letters of the Korean alphabet. Other reverse features include the Taegeuk symbol and the medal’s latent security device. Along the edge there are inscriptions reading Republic of Korea Fine Silver .999.
The Siberian, or Amur, tiger represents the largest subspecies of tiger on the planet. As the only tiger capable of surviving in the snow, the Siberian also sets itself apart by its thick, luxurious-looking fur coat. You’ll also notice they have a tuft of fur around their neck, which serves as a scarf in frigid conditions. Currently, less than 4,000 Siberian tigers remain in the wild. Since 2008, the subspecies has been listed as either Critically Endangered or Endangered.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to JM Bullion if you have any questions about buying silver. Our team is available to assist you on the phone at 800-276-6508, online using our live chat, and via our email address.