The new series of American Cowboy bar designs from KOMSCO include three different weight options. If you buy gold bars online in this collection, you will find 1 Gram, 3 Gram, and 5 Gram weights available. Each one has the same designs on the reverse and obverse, including four distinctive latent security images on the reverse of each bar. Now, 5 Gram South Korean Gold Cowboy Bars are available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Bars arrive inside of sealed assay card packaging with certification information!
- Artistic images of American Cowboys on the assay cards!
- Contains 5 Grams (.1608 Troy oz) of .999 pure gold.
- An American cowboy on horseback is featured on the obverse of the bar.
- KOMSCO’s logo and the name of the Republic of Korea on the reverse.
- Unique latent security images in the reverse design field.
The tradition of American cowboy actually predates the 19th century in the United States. Although these figures are remembered in America as the individuals who tamed the west, their history dates back to Spain and came to the New World with early European settlers. Cowboys have taken on various forms in popular culture and media.
For many Americans, cowboys are romanticized figures who work hard and know how to handle a gun. In reality, cowboys have taken on many forms and roles over the centuries. Some wrangle cattle, others perform in the rodeo. Ranchers and farmers have all fallen into the cowboy category, it just depends on the region in which an individual lives. Some of America’s cowboy lore comes from the vaqueros of Mexico who performed the same roles in their region of the world.
On the obverse of 5 Gram South Korean Gold Cowboy Bars is the image of an American cowboy riding his horse through the wilderness of the American West. Other design elements on this side include the metal content, purity, and weight of the bar. The Taegeuk from the South Korean flag features on this side as well. The Taegeuk is the national symbol and is reflected on the flag as the red and blue circle.
The reverse of South Korean Gold Cowboy Bars includes a square design field in the center that includes four different latent security images. Depending on the angle of viewing, you may see two different Korean alphabet figures, “Au,” or “9999.” Above it is the name Republic of Korea in Hangul, with KOMSCO featured below.
These 5 Gram South Korean Gold Cowboy Bars are available individually inside of sealed assay cards. The cards have certificate information for the bars, as well as stylized artwork of cowboys on horseback and the back view of a cowboy.
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