A look at the growing size of PMC’s intricate ‘Nine Sons of the Dragon King’ coin, as a new video showcases the 10 kg variant

Back in September 2021, Singaporean producer, Precious Metal Collectors, issued a visually striking design as part of their innovative copper-core ‘Bi-Metal’ range. Depicting the legend of the Nine Sons of the Dragon King, it was a gorgeous, intricate piece, packed with high-relief detail, and rocking a 120 mm diameter courtesy of 32 ounces of copper underneath the 5 ounces of silver.

Some time later, PMC issued a 1.6 kg version, but this time struck in solid 0.999 silver. On the surface, little changed, as it kept the same diameter and looked identical. In fact, it was the perfect showcase of just how cool the Bi-Metal process is, as the five-ounce coin gives you almost the same thing, but at a fraction of the cost.

However, PMC were not done with this design, and a few months ago released an epic, solid silver TEN-KILO variant! It would be an understatement to say it looks to be an impressive coin. Aside from the Perth Mint’s Lunar bullion coins, issues of this size, especially towards the numismatic side, are incredibly rare, and this one sports lashings of high-relief, and a 220 mm diameter. Check out the videos, we thought you’d find them a nice end to the week… Sadly, all nine struck have been sold.

$25 (Tokelau) 155.5 g of 0.999 silver & 32.15 oz Copper 120 mm Antique w/gilding 369
$35 (Tokelau) 1.6 kg of 0.999 silver 120 mm Antique, high-relief 99
$300 (Tokelau) 10.0 kg of 0.999 silver 220 mm Antique, high-relief 9