2020 2 oz Cambodia Landmarks of Asia Coin Series - Korea Gyeongbokgung Palace .999 Silver High Relief Proof Coin

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< p> About Gyeongbokgung Palace:

Gyeongbokgung Palace is the first palace of the Joseon Dynasty and remains the largest of Seoul’s Five Grand Palaces. Built-in 1395, Gyeongbokgung which means “palace greatly blessed by Heaven” is surrounded by Mount Bugaksan and Mount Namsan. Gyeongbokgung Palace represents the sovereignty of the Joseon Dynasty and it now forms the heart of Seoul, the capital city of South Korea. Gyeongbokgung Palace’s architecture skilfully combined ancient Chinese architecture principles with Joseon Dynasty tradition. Gyeongbokgung was the center of power during the Joseon Dynasty until the Japanese invasion. The appearance of the palace has varied greatly and was even once abandoned for some 270 years before restoration.

Features of the coin:

  • The 2nd issue of the Landmarks of Asia Coin Series. This series would introduce 10 coins featuring specially selected landmarks of Asia.
  • Each coin contains 2 troy ounces .999 pure silver
  • Limited mintage: No more than 2,000 pieces would be available for both proof version and antique version together
  • Coin's obverse: Asia’s most outstanding landmarks are the world’s first settlements, cities, and religious shrines. To showcase them in an artistically unique way, each design captures each structures’ visually stunning angles.
  • Coin's reverse: In honor of The Singapore Mint’s esteemed partnership with the National Bank of Cambodia, the famous Angkor Wat, Cambodia’s most iconic symbol, is featured on the reverse side of the coin. Steeped in rich history and revered for its unparalleled beauty, the famed temple is highly regarded as one of the greatest historical landmarks in the world, befitting this coin series.
More Information
Year 2020
Metal Content Silver
Denomination KHR 5,000
Purity 999
Condition Proof
Country Cambodia
Manufacturer Singapore Mint
Mintage 2,000 ( Shared mintage with Antique version)
Diameter (mm) 41
Series Landmarks of Asia