Live Spot Metal Prices
  • £
  • $
T/OZ
Gram
Gold
1156.0040
37.1705
Silver
13.6021
0.4374

Korean 25,000 Won

Korean 25,000 Won
Korean 25,000 Won

Specification

  • Fine Weight: 0.5 t/oz (15.55g)
  • Gross Weight: 16.813g
VAT free

Overview

This proof Korean 25,000 won was minted in 1986 to celebrate the forthcoming Summer Olympics, held in Seoul in 1988. A series of coins were produced depicting traditional Korean activities from fan-dancing to kite-flying - this coin celebrates folk-dancing. The coin is beautifully presented in a red presentation box and has the original certificate.

Our Prices Update Continuously - To Fix a Price Call us on 0207 240 40 41

Purchase this product from £693.60

  • out of stock
  • We're sorry, this is currently out of stock. Please notify me when in stock.

Orders over the value of £200:Orders will be despatched via Royal Mail Next Day Guaranteed by 1pm, providing the order is received before 3pm.

Orders under the value of £200: Orders will be despatched via Royal Mail Signed For, providing the order is received before 3pm.

If you would like to specify a delivery date please contact us. For more information visit our Delivery Information page.

Click and Collect is only available Monday to Friday 9.30 - 17:00. For more information visit our Click & Collect page or contact ATS Sales or call one of our dealers on 020 7240 40 40.

All gold purchases are eligible for storage with ATS Bullion Ltd. For more information please visit our Storage page.

Other popular products

Isle of Man (£2) Two Pound Gold Coin

In Stock

from £625.90

Belgium 20 Franc

In Stock

from £334.50

20 Franc Louis XVIII Gold Coin (1814-1824)

Out of Stock

from £323.70

Hong Kong $1000 Gold Coin- Mixed Years

Out of Stock

from £598.70

Austrian 20 Corona Gold Coin

In Stock

\r\nThe Austrian 20 corona, much like many other Austrian coins has a restruck version, dated 1915. Original coins are dated between 1892 and 1916.\r\n

from £256.00

Austrian 4 Ducat

Out of Stock

This 4 Ducat coin is produced by the Viennese Mint in Austria. A particularly interesting detail about this coin is that the carat of the gold is much higher than other European gold coins. They are produced in 23.6 carat (a fineness of 0.986). It is a large coin but it is not very thick. Ducat coins have been issued in Austria since at least 1612. The last regular issue of Ducats was in 1914, and all the 4 Ducats dated 1915 are restrikes. Four ducat coins dated 1915 are still being produced by the Austrian Mint today. The design shows the laureate head of Emperor Franz Joseph I on the obverse and an image of the crowned imperial eagle on the reverse.

from £548.00

See our latest gold and silver offers

See our latest gold and silver offers

Latest ATS Bullion Article

Latest ATS Bullion Article.

Try our investment calculator

Try our investment calculator

With over 25 years experience, buy from us with confidence