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The Series features the endangered Korean Tiger, also known as the Siberian Tiger. The legend says, that the last Korean Tiger was seen and hunted on Mount Daeduk in Gyeonju in 1922. According to statistics about 400 tigers remain living in the Far Eastern parts or Russia.
- Minted at KOMSCO, the mint of South Korea, with a limited mintage of only 1,000 pieces.
- Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- Packaged in display box with COA.
- Obverse: Depiction of the face of a fierce Korean tiger with its claws tearing through the image. Date, weight and "KOREAN TIGER" below.
- Reverse: Artistically Korean map assembled from letters of the Korean alphabet, national emblem left and latent security feature right. Legend surrounding "Republic of Korea" and purity.
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Don't miss the chance of owning the first latent release of Korea's Silver Tiger bullion series. Add one of these Korean Silver Tiger medals to your cart today!
Latent image technology is visible image-shifting technology that shows different images according to the variations of each angle. This release from KOMSCO features full surface latent image technology which adds an aesthetic element to the reverse of the coin.
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