There is nothing considered more American than the cowboy. A rough-and-tumble individual, it was the cowboy that really helped tame the west by setting up farms and ranches, leading cattle drives, and even showing off their prowess with a pistol when threatened. KOMSCO offers a distinctive image of the American Cowboy in a new series of gold bars. Today, 3 Gram South Korean Cowboy Bars are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you inside of individual assay card packaging!
- Stylized cowboy artwork on the obverse and reverse of the assay card!
- Contains 3 Grams (.09645 Troy oz) of .9999 pure gold.
- The obverse includes a cowboy on horseback design.
- On the reverse is the KOMSCO logo with latent security images.
- A total of four latent security images are within the reverse design.
While cowboys are widely viewed as an American cultural phenomenon, there are individuals who fulfill many of these same roles around the world. American cowboys can trace roots back to the plains of Spain, with early European settlers bringing farm and ranch work performed on horseback to the Americas. Mexico has vaqueros, with Australia and nations across South America having individuals who work on horseback performing many of the same roles as American cowboys.
All 3 Gram South Korean Cowboy Bars are available to purchase today from JM Bullion with an individual assay card package. The obverse and reverse sides of the assay card have stylized artwork matching the theme of the bars obverse. For example, there are several cowboys on horseback on the obverse of the card, with a view of a cowboy from behind on the reverse of the card. All assay cards have certificate information like weight, purity, and metal content.
On the obverse side of 3 Gram South Korean Cowboy Bars is the image of an American cowboy on horseback. He is riding across a Western scene with cacti present in the design field. The weight, metal content, and purity are inscribed on this side, along with the Taegeuk. The latter is the national symbol of South Korea and features in the national flag as the circle split between red and blue fields.
The reverse of 3 Gram South Korean Cowboy Bars includes the national name for the Republic of Korea in the letters of the Hangul, the Korean alphabet. At the bottom is the KOMSCO logo. In the center of the design field, the square includes four different latent security images only visible from different viewing angles. These include Korean symbols as two options, as well as Au and 9999.
Please feel free to reach out to JM Bullion with questions about this gold for sale. You can call us at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or email us directly.