Obverse: In the central part – the Coat of Arms of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Above it – a nominal value of the coin: 100 tenge. On the left – an alloy symbol: Ag 925, and a total weight of the coin: 31,10 g. Along the edge – a semicircular inscription in Kazakh language: National Bank of Kazakhstan.
Reverse:In the central part – a gilded image of a tiger with 2 diamond eyes. Along the edge – a semicircular inscription in Latin and English languages: PANTHERA TIGRIS * TIGER and: 2009 (year of issue).
* Struck in Proof Quality 92.5% pure Silver
* Numbered Certificate of Authenticity
* Presentation Packaging
* 24-karat Gold Gilding
* The 2008 Gold Gilded Silver Chinngiz Khan has an extremely limited mintage of only 13,000!
Kazakhstan Mint is a republican state enterprise with its own operating right and is a part of National Bank of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The enterprise was founded in 1992 to fulfill the state orders of National Bank and Administration of Kazakhstan President on issue of national currency coins and state awards. The main products of the enterprise are those which require thorough organization of process and highly qualified specialists.
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