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2014 – 1 oz Chinese Silver Panda (BU)

2014 – 1 oz Chinese Silver Panda (BU)

$37.23

The 2014 Silver Chinese Panda Coin Contains 1 troy ounce of .999 pure silver, The obverse features a beautiful design of a giant young panda climbing a branch in all its incredible luster.    The Temple of Heavens on the reverse along with the Date and Chinese markings for the mint make this one of the most exquisite coins on the market.

Your 2014 Chinese Silver Panda is tightly encapsulated, by the mint, in order to protect the coin from the elements such as tarnishing, scratching, wearing, etc. This silver panda has a flawless patina that is only appropriate for the high striking standards of a brilliant uncirculated coin.

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The Chinese Silver Panda is a very popular Silver Coin. Available from the Chinese Mint since 1983, today this silver bullion coin is a must-have item for many investors. The coins are available with a new design on the obverse side each year.  Coins are issued in varied years based on availability at time of purchase.

Coin Highlights:

  • Arrives inside of protective plastic!
  • Available since 1983!
  • Last year for 1 oz is 2015.
  • Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
  • The face value of 10 (Yuan) is fully backed by the Peoples Republic of China.
  • On the obverse is the Giant Panda species in preparing for its meal
  • The reverse includes the Temple of Heavens main building.

The Chinese Silver Panda coinage has a unique coining history. When the Chinese Mint first issued the coins in 1983, the silver coins were available only as a proof option that weighed less than one Troy ounce and had a purity level of .900. This was the case from 1983 to 1985. It wasn’t until 1987 that the Chinese Mint issued the Silver Panda with standardized 1 Troy oz weight and .999 pure silver content.

 

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Weight 1 oz
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1 oz

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