1 oz Chinese Silver Panda - Common Date

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  • Title: 1 oz Chinese Silver Panda - Common Date
  • Purity: .999
  • Metal: Silver
  • Weight: 1 oz

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As China’s national symbol, the Giant Panda represents the countries amazing wildlife. Beginning in 1983, the Chinese Mint has produced Silver Panda Bullion coins featuring the beloved and highly-recognizable panda. At first, the coins were minted in .900 fine silver and various other purities. After a sporadic production schedule, the Mint settled on minting the coins in .999 pure silver in 1989. The Silver Panda coins are prized by collectors for their yearly designs and the small variations in design that identify the Mint they come from among all locations of the Chinese Mint. The 2015 Silver Panda was the last 1 oz. coin of the series as the Chinese Mint moved to the metric system for coin weights. The one-ounce coins are ideal for investors, since the weight is easiest to track on the precious metals market. Offered here is a common date coin randomly selected from among the years the Silver Panda has been produced.


The front of the Silver Panda displays a detailed image of the Temple of Heaven, located in a large religious complex in Beijing. Built in 1420, the Temple and its surrounding park are still used today.


The back of the coin has featured a different design for each year, except for 2001 and 2002 which share the same design. Each design shows a Chinese Giant Panda in a unique pose with its primary food source, bamboo, incorporated into the design. Also on the reverse are the face value of 10 yuan and the 1 oz. weight and .999 Ag purity of the coin.

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