Launching in late September 2021, Cambodia’s debut bullion coin series got off to a good start with the first of the countries ‘Lost Tigers of Cambodia’ series. Depicting a portrait of a tiger, surrounded by a wreath of leaves, it sat on the reverse face of either a one-ounce silver coin, or a one-ounce gold one. Now, the design is back on a one-ounce 0.999 silver proof coin, struck in high-relief.
We’ve always felt these high-relief versions show off designs like these at their best, much like the Perth Mint’s many offerings, and while the official image isn’t really that good, we’d be surprised if this wasn’t a good-looking, classically-styled coin in hand. Only 500 will be struck, and they come neatly boxed with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Also new today, and something we’ll cover in a bullion coin round-up later this week, is a five-ounce silver bullion version of the original. This expansive 65 mm diameter variant is also capped at just 500 pieces, and is supplied encapsulated only. Both coins, along with the original pair, are available to order direct from LPM, or from several bullion stockists worldwide.
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