The Lost Tigers Series returns with another spectacular design featuring the Indo-Chinese tiger! This series debuted in 2022 and attracted considerable interest as Cambodia’s first-ever bullion legal tender release. This new coin has a limited mintage, so tiger enthusiasts will want to act quickly while supplies last! Today, 2023 1 oz Cambodia Silver Lost Tigers Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you in a protective capsule!
- 2nd design in the Lost Tigers Series!
- Limited mintage of only 10,000 pieces worldwide!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
- The face value of 3000 Riels is fully backed by Cambodia.
- Angkor Wat is depicted on the obverse.
- An Indo-Chinese tiger features in the reverse design.
These 2023 1 oz Cambodia Lost Tigers Coins were struck in .999 pure silver and are considered legal tender by the Cambodian government. The second release in the Lost Tigers Series, these coins are a beautiful celebration of the Indo-Chinese tiger, whose population is currently endangered. Upon delivery, you will find your coin housed inside of a protective plastic capsule. The coins are also listed as BU, which means only minor flaws may be found on their surfaces.
The obverse of 2023 Cambodia Silver Lost Tigers Coins contains the religious temple complex known as Angkor Wat. The complex is located in Cambodia and is considered the world’s largest religious structure. Originally built for Hindu worship, the complex today accommodates the Buddhist spiritual tradition as well. Also on the obverse are inscriptions, which read Kingdom of Cambodia, 2023, 3,000 Riels.
On the reverse side of 2023 1 oz Cambodia Silver Coins, there is a brand-new Indo-Chinese tiger design. Here, the tiger is shown lying amidst the foliage of Cambodia with a content expression on its face. There are also inscriptions on the reverse field reading Lost Tigers of Cambodia, 1 oz .999 Fine Silver.
Indo-Chinese tigers occupy the mountains, rainforests, and grasslands of Southeast Asia. An endangered species, it is estimated that fewer than 400 of these tigers remain in the wild. Scientifically known as Panthera Tigris Corbetti, the Indo-Chinese tiger has a classic orange coat with black stripes. With their light-yellow eyes, these nocturnal animals are able to see clearly at night, when they hunt creatures like deer, boar, and macaques.
Please contact JM Bullion with any questions about these 1 oz silver coins. Our team is available at 800-276-6508, online using our live chat, and via our email address.