Hardly on the radar a few years ago, the launch of such series as Chiwoo Cheonwang and the Korean Tiger has put state mint KOMSCO on the map. Their latest offering is a fascinating look at the gold crowns of Korea, a series of artifacts considered national treasures and dating back over 1,500 years. The first coin depicts this intricate piece of golden art over one face of the coin.
- Coin contains 1 oz. of .999 fine gold
- The obverse has the gold crown excavated between 5~6c and is called the Keumryongchong Gold Crown. The edge of the crown has three standing ornaments and two antelope shaped ornaments
- The reverse has the imaginary animal, Samjok-o, a three-legged crow excavated from the seventh tomb of Jin-pari Pyeong-ahn-nam-do
- These coins are in BU condition
These coins are available in limited supplies so don’t hesitate to add one to your cart today.