The Republic of Korea, more commonly known as South Korea, has been making impressive inroads into the bullion market over the past few years.
The latest addition to this growing catalog is the three-coin Korean National Parks Commemorative Coin Set!
Each of these .999 fine silver coins contains 14 grams of actual silver weight (ASW), equal to 0.45 troy ounce. They measure 32 mm in diameter.
They are legal tender issued by Korea's state mint, KOMSCO, each with a face value of 30,000 Won.
All three coins come in a gorgeous display box from the Bank of Korea and a Certificate of Authenticity (COA).
The designs feature plants and animals that are indigenous to each region where South Korea's national parks are located. All three designs use a beautiful colorized proof finish!
The Deogyusan design shows an autumn scene of the Muju Gucheon-dong Valley on the obverse, adorned in vivid color. The reverse design depicts the Kumkang fat minnow and the Korean fir.
The Medeungsan design depicts the column-like joints of the natural rock formations at Ipseokdae on the obverse. The plant species Lindera sericea and an otter appear on the reverse.
Finally, the Hallyeohasesang design shows a picturesque view of the small islet known as Lighthouse Island on the obverse. The reverse depicts a bird species called the fairy pitta as well as common eelgrass.
This fantastic Korean National Parks Commemorative Coin Set (Colorized Proof) combines eye-appealing minting techniques, Korean culture, and investment-grade .999 fine silver. Get yours from Gainesville Coins while these South Korean collectibles are still available!