The 1 oz Silver Chinese Panda coins have become a popular choice for collectible and investment coins. Due to its historic significance and ever-changing appeal, the Chinese silver panda coin has become one of the most popular collector’s coins in the world today. The Chinese Panda Silver Coin was first introduced in 1983, following the success of the Chinese Panda Gold Coin which was released the previous year.
The Chinese Silver Panda Coin that was minted during 1983-1985 weighed less than an ounce and contained only .900 fine silver, which is less than most standard Silver Coins. No Silver Chinese Panda Coins were minted in the year 1986.
In 1987, the weight and purity of the Chinese Silver Panda coins were adjusted to meet the changing demand and expectations of the customer in the market. Since the year 1987, each of these silver coins was minted with a weight of 1 troy ounce and consisted of .999 fine silver. No Silver Panda Coins were minted in 1988.
Each one of these 1 ounce Chinese silver Panda coins has a troy ounce of silver at .999 purity. This makes these coins a mid-level value option for people who want to put some of their money into precious metals for safekeeping or investment purposes. This is ideal for both beginner and experienced investors looking to invest a significant amount of money in silver. In general, this coin is a lovely and useful addition to any collection.
The design and year of mintage of these silver panda coins will be based on the stock availability on our inventory.
Design of 1 oz Silver Chinese Panda Coins
This Coin is full of beautiful artwork that reflects the history and future of China. The 1 oz Chinese Panda Silver coin’s design changes every year, making it practically unique among government-minted currencies. The design of the Chinese panda silver coin changes every year, but it is always based on the Giant Panda, the Chinese national animal, and symbol.
The Temple of Heaven is depicted in the center of the Chinese 1 oz Gold Panda coin’s obverse side, with a Chinese character on top that says “Zhonghua Renmin Gongheguo,” which translates to “People’s Republic of China,” and the year of release on the bottom. The Temple of Heaven was established in the 15th century and is located in South-Central Beijing.
The panda gold coin’s reverse side depicts an innocent-looking panda lounging on a tree branch, about to eat some bamboo. The Panda’s portrait changes every year, with the exception of 2001 and 2002, which have identical Gold Panda designs. This is depicted in such detail that any collector will want to have at least one for their own use.
Main Highlights of 1 oz Silver Chinese Panda Coins
- Contains 1 troy oz of .999 fine silver.
- Manufactured by Chinese Mint.
- Each silver coin comes sealed in original mint plastic.
- The 1 oz silver panda coin bears a face value of $10 Yuan.
- The Temple of Heaven is depicted in the center of the obverse, with a Chinese character on top reading “Zhonghua Renmin Gongheguo.”
- On the reverse, an innocent-looking panda is depicted.
- Guaranteed by the People’s Bank of China.
Product Specifications: 1 Oz Silver Chinese Panda Coins
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Why Should You Buy These Chinese Silver Panda Coins?
The Chinese silver panda is one of the most sought-after coins among silver bar investors and coin lovers today. Since each coin consists of 0.999 fine silver and is minted and guaranteed by the sovereign government, the Silver Panda can be included in a self-directed precious metal IRA.
We also carry the Chinese 1 oz gold panda coin.