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Coins of China

China Silver Pandas The Chinese treasure their spectacular and rare Panda Bear just as we Americans treasure our magnificent and regal Bald Eagle. Since 1989 this beautiful creature has graced these BU 1 oz Silver bullion masterpieces. They are extremely popular with collectors worldwide and will make a wonderful addition to any collection. Chinese Gold Panda 1 oz Uncirculated The Chinese Panda Gold Coins are a collector's favorite all over the world. Each year, the design of the Panda gold coins is modified creating a unique collectible item. Since the Gold Pandas have low mintages they are appealing to collectors and investors. China Panda 1-oz Silver Coin Coin Specifications Silver Content 1 oz.Purity .999 Face Value 10 yuan  Series Panda On the obverse is the Temple of Heaven, an ancient architectural masterpiece where emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties (about seven hundreds years ago) came to perform worship to Heaven and pray for good harvests. The reverse features a mother and baby panda together feeding on bamboo leaves.The China Panda 1oz Silver Coin was struck by the China Mint and belongs to the Panda series of silver bullion coins. Each .999 fine silver coin contains 1 troy ounce (31.1035 grams) of silver and is legal tender with a face value of 10 yuan. Chinese Silver Panda The Chinese Silver Panda is a series of silver bullion coins issued by the People's Republic of China. It changes its design every year and comes in different sizes, from 0.5 troy oz to 1 kilogram with different denomination reflecting the weight.The program was started early in the 1980s but in different weight standard early on. These early coins were not 1 troy oz silver. There are several mints that produce these coins, including but not limited to: Shenzhen, Shanghai and Shenyang. Unlike coins made by US mints that carry mintmarks to distinguish their origin, Chinese mints do not employ such scheme. In certain years there are minor variations in the coin design that allow the originating mint to be determined, such as minting year size, temple. An example is 1996 where different mints produce coins with minor variation that can be distinguished from the font size of the year on the obverse side of the coins.Obverse: Depiction of the Temple of Heaven in the center with Chinese characters on top saying "Zhonghua Renmin Gongheguo" meaning People's Republic of China and the bottom the year of issue. If the issue is a commemorative issue, the theme will be marked here also. Reverse: Different portraits of panda that changes every year (except for 2001 and 2002, which share the same design).There is also a Gold Panda series issued in the same design as the silver one.In 2006, a flood of counterfeit 1-ounce silver pandas came onto the market, and were frequently encountered on eBay through sellers located in China, both BU and proof versions. Many of these were easily distinguishable from the real thing by the lack of a denomination, which almost all pandas have. Although these coins did not contain a significant amount of silver, they were marked with '1 oz Ag .999'. Also, some do include the denomination, and are difficult to distinguish from a real one without weighing them, or comparing them to a known real coin. Chinese Silver Panda The Chinese Silver Panda is a unique sequence of the Silver bullion coins fabricated by People's Republic of China since the year of 1980. Collecting this sequence of reasonably priced silver coins guaranteed by Republic of China is a purposeful endeavor of investing in valuable metals like silver. These bullion coins come with several dimensions from the weight of 1/2 troy ounce to 1 kilogram. A number of mints such as Shenzhen Mint, Shenyang Mint are there to fabricate Chinese Silver Panda Bullion Coins.  Chinese Silver Panda bullion coins with 99.90% silver purity alter the pattern of the coins each year to magnetically attract the Coin Collectors as well as the Investors who are the admirers of the Chinese Silver Panda bullion coins. The latest versions of Chinese Silver Panda silver bullion coins are meticulously decorated with fascinating motifs and patterns. A Panda Bear mother with a cub feeding on Eucalyptus leaves are depicted on the front of this 2007 Silver Bullion Coin. The renowned Temple of Heaven of Beijing and the year 2007 are engraved on the back of the coin.

Coins of China

China Silver Pandas The Chinese treasure their spectacular and rare Panda Bear just as we Americans treasure our magnificent and regal Bald Eagle. Since 1989 this beautiful creature has graced these BU 1 oz Silver bullion masterpieces. They are extremely popular with collectors worldwide and will make a wonderful addition to any collection. Chinese Gold Panda 1 oz Uncirculated The Chinese Panda Gold Coins are a collector's favorite all over the world. Each year, the design of the Panda gold coins is modified creating a unique collectible item. Since the Gold Pandas have low mintages they are appealing to collectors and investors. China Panda 1-oz Silver Coin Coin Specifications Silver Content 1 oz.Purity .999 Face Value 10 yuan  Series Panda On the obverse is the Temple of Heaven, an ancient architectural masterpiece where emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties (about seven hundreds years ago) came to perform worship to Heaven and pray for good harvests. The reverse features a mother and baby panda together feeding on bamboo leaves.The China Panda 1oz Silver Coin was struck by the China Mint and belongs to the Panda series of silver bullion coins. Each .999 fine silver coin contains 1 troy ounce (31.1035 grams) of silver and is legal tender with a face value of 10 yuan. Chinese Silver Panda The Chinese Silver Panda is a series of silver bullion coins issued by the People's Republic of China. It changes its design every year and comes in different sizes, from 0.5 troy oz to 1 kilogram with different denomination reflecting the weight.The program was started early in the 1980s but in different weight standard early on. These early coins were not 1 troy oz silver. There are several mints that produce these coins, including but not limited to: Shenzhen, Shanghai and Shenyang. Unlike coins made by US mints that carry mintmarks to distinguish their origin, Chinese mints do not employ such scheme. In certain years there are minor variations in the coin design that allow the originating mint to be determined, such as minting year size, temple. An example is 1996 where different mints produce coins with minor variation that can be distinguished from the font size of the year on the obverse side of the coins.Obverse: Depiction of the Temple of Heaven in the center with Chinese characters on top saying "Zhonghua Renmin Gongheguo" meaning People's Republic of China and the bottom the year of issue. If the issue is a commemorative issue, the theme will be marked here also. Reverse: Different portraits of panda that changes every year (except for 2001 and 2002, which share the same design).There is also a Gold Panda series issued in the same design as the silver one.In 2006, a flood of counterfeit 1-ounce silver pandas came onto the market, and were frequently encountered on eBay through sellers located in China, both BU and proof versions. Many of these were easily distinguishable from the real thing by the lack of a denomination, which almost all pandas have. Although these coins did not contain a significant amount of silver, they were marked with '1 oz Ag .999'. Also, some do include the denomination, and are difficult to distinguish from a real one without weighing them, or comparing them to a known real coin. Chinese Silver Panda The Chinese Silver Panda is a unique sequence of the Silver bullion coins fabricated by People's Republic of China since the year of 1980. Collecting this sequence of reasonably priced silver coins guaranteed by Republic of China is a purposeful endeavor of investing in valuable metals like silver. These bullion coins come with several dimensions from the weight of 1/2 troy ounce to 1 kilogram. A number of mints such as Shenzhen Mint, Shenyang Mint are there to fabricate Chinese Silver Panda Bullion Coins.  Chinese Silver Panda bullion coins with 99.90% silver purity alter the pattern of the coins each year to magnetically attract the Coin Collectors as well as the Investors who are the admirers of the Chinese Silver Panda bullion coins. The latest versions of Chinese Silver Panda silver bullion coins are meticulously decorated with fascinating motifs and patterns. A Panda Bear mother with a cub feeding on Eucalyptus leaves are depicted on the front of this 2007 Silver Bullion Coin. The renowned Temple of Heaven of Beijing and the year 2007 are engraved on the back of the coin.

WORLD COINS

China - Silver coin BU 30g, Panda, 2017

Silver coin Brilliant Uncirculated quality, 30g. Ag 999/1000, weight 30g, diameter 40mm

Price: 29,00 €
China - Silver coin BU 30g, Panda, 2016

Silver coin Brilliant Uncirculated quality, 30g. Ag 999/1000, weight 30g, diameter 40mm

Price: 29,00 €
China - Silver coin BU 1 oz, Panda, 2015

Silver coin Brilliant Uncirculated quality, 1 ounce. Ag 999/1000, weight 31,10g, diameter 40mm

Price: 37,50 €
China - Silver coin BU 1 oz, Panda, 2014

Silver coin Brilliant Uncirculated quality, 1 ounce. Ag 999/1000, weight 31,10g, diameter 40mm

Price: 39,50 €
China - Silver coin BU 1 oz, Panda, 2013

Silver coin Brilliant Uncirculated quality, 1 ounce. Ag 999/1000, weight 31,10g, diameter 40mm

Price: 39,50 €