Stackable bullion coins and rounds have become a signature specialty for the South Korean producer Coins Today, who have introduced themselves to the market with an innovative series of shields from various traditions, and have gone on to treat a varied range of subjects in their offerings. Their latest round has the geography of the Korean Peninsula as its theme, presenting a high-relief contoured artwork executed in two Troy ounces of pure silver. Build for true stackability, the 2 oz Korean Peninsula Silver Stacker is an ideal bullion collectible for investors, and is now available in an unlimited mintage from JM Bullion.
- Ships in a secure plastic capsule!
- Unlimited mintage and genuinely stackable design!
- Contains 2 Troy oz of .999 Fine Silver.
- Issued by Coins Today Korea.
- Obverse side shows a contour map of the Korean Peninsula.
- Reverse side carries a reverse imprint of the main face.
Coins Today Korea produces a silver bullion range known for creativity and implementation of gorgeous designs. Their pieces tend to be made with cultural and artistic value, substantial bullion content and innovative storage or display in mind. In the case of stackable rounds, of which they have produced several stellar examples in recent years, they frequently design pieces for the specific purpose of slotting together through reverse imprinting. That’s the case with this geographically themed collectible, which pays tribute to classical 19th-century Korean cartography.
The Korean Peninsula Silver Stacker is available in an unlimited mintage, a low-cost stackable bullion round that will attract investors’ attention. It comes in a secure plastic capsule, and each shipment is fully insured by the team at JM Bullion against even the most remote possibility of loss or damage in transit.
The round’s obverse side shows a highly-detailed, contoured relief of the Korean Peninsula. Its design is reminiscent of the famous Daedongyeojido or “Great Map of the East Land,” the map of Joseon Dynasty Korea produced in 1861 by the famous map-maker Kim Jeong-Ho, considered the high point of pre-modern Korean cartography. The map is surrounded by an outline of stylized wave patterns.
A reverse imprint of that same map and outline comprises the round’s reverse side. It’s designed to fit together precisely with the obverse side of a round that it’s stacked upon.
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