Cambodia 2018 60th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations Between China and Cambodia Tri-metal Proof Coin

$35.00
Item Id:
13725
Stock:
In Stock
Metal:
Tri-Metal Copper
Weight:
18 grams
Purity:
N/A
Denomination:
100 Riels
Mintage:
6,000
Grade:
Proof

2018 Sino-Cambodian Coins Product Information: Date of Issue: Country of Issue: Cambodia Minted by: The Singapore Mint China & Cambodia jointly celebrated the 60th anniversary of their diplomatic relationship in 2018. The Cambodian deputy Prime Minister credited China for their support in many positive initiatives throughout Cambodia that are advancing the country forward. Included in those initiatives credited to China is a reduction in poverty and advances in energy development. China has also helped assist Cambodia on landmine clearance, transportation infrastructure, and palace renovation in the capital of Phnom Penh. Perhaps one of the most symbolic initiatives of the Sino-Cambodian relationship is the China-funded national stadium, currently being built in Phnom Penh. The stadium was designed to be constructed in a way that specifically highlights the longstanding traditional friendship between Cambodia and China. Upon its completion in 2020, there will be a permanent landmark that further deepens the relationship between the two countries. In commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Sino-Cambodian diplomatic relations, The Singapore Mint has struck a series of low mintage gold, silver, and tri-metal coins. 1 Kilo Gold, 1 Ounce Gold, and 20 Gram Silver Designs: Reverse: Features the temple complex of Angkor Wat, one of the largest religious monuments in the world and a major symbol of Cambodia. The country name, face value, year of issue, and metal specifications are also featured on the coin. Obverse: Features Angkor Wat and The Great Wall of China, the years 1958-2018, and the English words of “60th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relationship Between Cambodia and China.” The “60” that is featured is made of Rumdui Flowers and Peony Flowers, national flowers for both Cambodia and China. Tri-Metal Copper and Tri-Metal Copper Piedfort Designs: Reverse: Features the temple complex of Angkor Wat, one of the largest religious monuments in the world and a major symbol of Cambodia. The country name and face value are also featured on the coin. Obverse: Features Angkor Wat and The Great Wall of China, the years 1958-2018, and the English words of “60th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relationship Between Cambodia and China.” The “60” that is featured is made of Rumdui Flowers and Peony Flowers, national flowers for both Cambodia and China.