Each year, the Korea Minting and Security Printing Corporation (KOMSCO) unveils a new design in the Zi:Sin coin series that corresponds with the 12-year cycle of the lunar calendar. Zi:Sin stands for the Twelve Guardians: God’s commanders who are assigned to protect the human race from twelve directions around the globe. The commanders roam the earth, protecting mankind from threats like demons and plagues by wielding their extraordinary powers over nature. While the commanders are in human form, each one carries a unique weapon and possesses a unique ability to ward off evil.
The third release in the Zi:Sin series features Scrofa, who is responsible for protecting the sacred Salt-Lake. The Salt-Lake is a divine passage that connects the two worlds between mortal and immortal souls. Scrofa possesses the ability to use all 5 senses to detect evil forces from far away and duplicate herself to fight against demons in battle. This release features the guardian Scrofa in full military dress a she prepares to vanquish evil forces. With a limited mintage of only 40,000 coins, Scrofa is an extraordinary and valuable piece in any collection. Display her alongside the ghost version of this beautiful medallion!
The obverse of the 12 medals in the Zi:Sin series share a common design. Featured here is the image of the Do ggae bi on a Chiwoo Cheonwang shield, a supernatural creature believed to protect against evil spirits. According to tradition, Korean people hang the image of Do ggae bi off roof tiles to prevent evil spirits from entering their homes. Engravings on the obverse also include “REPUBLIC OF KOREA”, “1 CLAY”, and “2019 FINE SILVER 999.” This side also features KOMSCO’s latent security engraving of “999” and “KOMSCO” in the center of the design field.
The reverse features the figure Scrofa wearing her full battle regalia, head bowed and sword unsheathed. A boar’s head graces her body armour, representing the Year of the Pig in the Shengxio calendar. She stands poised to defend the sacred Salt-Lake. Her name, “Zi:Sin Scrofa” is also inscribed on this side of the coin
KOMSCO is the official sovereign mint of South Korea. Since 1951, KOMSCO has been a world-class leader in the production of secure bullion products and currency. The company has expanded over the decades to include products like ID cards and electronic passports. KOMSCO now exports these products to over 40 countries around the world.
Your single Zi:Sin Scrofa coin ships in individual packaging. Multiples of 25 ship in mint-issued tubes.
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|Metal Content||1 troy oz|
|Metals Purity||.999 Fine Silver|
|Security Feature||Latent Image Technology|