The Chinese Mint’s Chinese Silver Panda coin program is available every year primarily as a silver bullion coin. However, each year you will also find collectible versions of the bullion coin available with colorization or gilded layers. Right now, the 2020 30 Gram Chinese Silver Panda Gilded Coin is available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives inside of a protective plastic capsule!
- 35th year for the Chinese Silver Panda coins!
- Gilded layer of 24-karat gold!
- Limited mintage of only 5,000 coins!
- Contains 30 Grams (.9645 Troy oz) of .999 pure silver in BU condition.
- Bears a face value of 10 (Yuan) backed by the government of China.
- A Giant Panda cub playfully bats at a tree branch on the obverse.
- The Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests in the Temple of Heaven complex is depicted on the reverse.
Each of the 2020 30 Gram Chinese Silver Panda Coins available to you for purchase today comes in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The coins in this listing ship individually inside of protective plastic capsules. Each one of these coins has a unique finish that includes a thin layer of 24-karat gold on select design elements.
The application of gilded layers to a silver coin creates a beautiful contrast between the surface area of the coin and the design elements. Although the gilded layer is made up of 24-karat gold, it is not enough gold to impact the precious metal value of the specimens. However, it does add the kind of visual brilliance that makes the coin an ideal collectible piece.
A Giant Panda cub is featured on the obverse of the 2020 30 Gram Chinese Silver Panda Gilded Coins. Designed by Song Lina, the artwork showcases a panda cub lying on its back under the shade of a tree branch. The panda reaches up with one paw to bat at the leaves as the other paw clutches leaves that it can dine one.
The primary building within the Temple of Heaven Complex is the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests and it has featured on the reverse of the Chinese Silver Panda coin since 1983 when the program debuted. The Temple of Heaven Complex is a Taoist religious site within the city of Beijing that was constructed between 1406 and 1420.
The Chinese Mint is the sovereign mint of the People’s Republic of China. It produces all of the Chinese Panda bullion coins each year, but it does not use mint marks. The mint locations in its system that likely produce the coins include the Beijing Mint, Shenzhen Mint, and Shanghai Mint, among other potential sites.
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