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The Chinese Silver Panda is undoubtedly one of the most popular silver coins for sale in the world today and is coveted by investors and collectors alike. The primary allure of the Chinese Silver Panda coin is the use of new designs on the obverse side each ye... Read More
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Chinese Silver Panda coins are popular annual release from the Chinese Mint. As of 2016, the series issues coins with weights measured in Grams in a drastic shift that made the coin the first major bullion coin of its kind the world to use Grams instead of Troy oz. The latest design features a single young Giant Panda cub dining on bamboo. Today, the 2020 30 Gram Chinese Silver Panda Coin is available to you online from JM Bullion. Coin Highli... Read More
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Any quantity available for $9.69 per oz over spot!
The Chinese Silver Panda is a very popular silver coin for sale each year. 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, and today you can purchase a 1 oz Chinese Silver Panda Coin online from ... Read More
If you’re buying silver online, certified coins offer an excellent option for bullion coinage that has been proven to have perfect conditions from the mint. The Chinese Silver Panda is one of many coins routinely received for certification by the NGC and PCGS, with those earning the highest score providing investors with an excellent purchase option. Today, 2018 30 Gram ... Read More
One of the most popular silver coins for sale in the world today is the Chinese Silver Panda. When compared to its major competitors like the American Silver Eagle, Canadian Silver Maple Leaf, or British Silver Britannia, the Silver Panda has a design edge courtesy of new Giant Panda images each year. The 2017 30 Gram Chinese Silver Panda Coin is currently available to you... Read More
The Chinese Silver Panda coin is an annual release from the Chinese Mint and represents the official silver bullion issue from the People’s Republic of China. The Silver Panda was one of the world’s first major silver bullion coins to use new designs on one side with each year of release. Right now, 1 oz Chinese Silver Panda Coins are available to purchase online from ... Read More
The Chinese Silver Panda is the official bullion coin of the People’s Republic of China and is issued on an annual basis like other major coins, such as the American Silver Eagle, Canadian Silver Maple Leaf, and countless Perth Mint silver bullion coins. With a new design each year on the obverse, the Silver Panda offers collectability alongside investment value. Now, 1 ... Read More
The Chinese Silver Panda coin is a popular annual purchase for investors around the globe. In 2016, the coin program underwent a significant change when the use of 1 Troy oz measurements was abandoned in favor of Grams. The move didn’t hurt the popularity of the coins though as sales remain robust. Today, 30 Gram Chinese Silver Panda Coins are available to you online fro... Read More
Any quantity available for $72.67 per coin over spot!
Chinese Silver Panda coins represent one of the best-selling silver bullion programs in the world. Issued annually by the Chinese Mint in standardized weights and metal contents since 1989, the Chinese Silver Panda is famous for the use of a new depiction of t... Read More
Colorized silver coins represent a unique way to transform bullion coins into collectible pieces without a different strike. For example, the United States Mint produces the bullion and proof versions of the American Silver Eagle at different facilities using different processes. However, the application of colorized lacquers can transform a standard silver coin into somet... Read More
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. Coin Highlights: Arrives inside of a protective plastic capsule! 35th year for the Chines... Read More
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For more than three decades, those buying silver have had the option of purchasing the Chinese Silver Panda coins from the Chinese Mint. In recent years, the Chinese Panda coins have been available in collectible colorized sets. These colorized sets use bullion versions of the coin with a colorized lacquer applied to create collectib... Read More
One of the most popular coin programs in the world today is the Chinese Silver Panda. With a complex coining history and beautiful, rotating designs, the Silver Panda is now considered a must-have coin for investors turning to government-backed silver coinage. You can learn more about this exciting collection below!
The Chinese Silver Panda coin is among the oldest silver bullion coins available right now. The Mexican Silver Libertad coin debuted in 1982 from the Mexican Mint, and that was followed one year later in 1983 by the Chinese Silver Panda. However, unlike the Silver Libertad coin, the Silver Panda was originally available only as a proof coin. From 1983 to 1985, the Chinese Silver panda was issued as a coin with less than one ounce of silver that had a purity of 90%. The Silver Panda was not struck in 1986 or 1988, but in between in 1987 the Chinese Mint did bring the coin up to standards of international investment.
Beginning in 1987, the Chinese Silver Panda coin was set at 1 Troy oz with a purity of .999 silver content. Since 1989, the Chinese Silver Panda coin has been issued by the Chinese Mint as an investment-grade bullion coin.
As mentioned above, 1987 marked a turning point for the Chinese Silver Panda as the Chinese Mint set the coin’s weight and purity to meet expectations of the international market. From this point until 2015, the Chinese Mint issued the Chinese Silver Panda in the following popular weights:
In 2016, big changes came to the Chinese Silver Panda coins and the larger Chinese Panda program overall. The Chinese Mint opted to move away from the popular use of Troy ounces in the marked weights of the coins. Instead, Chinese Silver Panda coins now feature weights marked in Grams. The Chinese Mint stated the move was made to bring the coins in line with the nation’s use of the metric system.
The Chinese Silver Panda coins have a stable reverse design that has not changed since its 1983 introduction. Conversely, the obverse side of the coin is notable for its use of a new image of the Giant Panda species with each passing year. Only the 2001 and 2002 coins used the same obverse design, but this was met with disdain by many investors who had coveted the coins, in part, for the use of a new design on the obverse each year. As a result, the Chinese Mint returned to the practice of issuing new designs of the Giant Panda each year.
On the obverse of all Chinese Silver Panda coins, you’ll find the image of a Giant Panda. The notable species is found throughout the highlands of central China, and designs often depict either a singular adult or an adult and cub. The face value of the coin, along with its weight, purity, and metal content are engraved on this side as well.
The reverse of Chinese Silver Panda coins always features the outer façade of the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests. This is the primary building found within the Temple of Heaven complex in south-central Beijing. Included engravings on this face feature the name of “The People’s Republic of China” in Mandarin Chinese and the year of issue.
The Chinese Mint has long issued the Silver Panda bullion coins to meet the demand of investors. Reliable mintage figures are not available for the Chinese Silver Panda, but it is annually available in the new 30 Gram weight, which replaced the 1 oz silver coin starting in 2016. The other weights are issued with some regularity. The 1/2 oz silver coin is, when offered, a bullion version of the coin. The 5 oz and 1 Kilogram coins are popularly issued with low mintage figures as a proof option.
When buying silver in the Chinese Silver Panda coin in this series, the 30 Gram coins are available individually inside of protective capsules. For bulk purchases, the coins are available in plastic sheets of 15 coins or Monster Boxes of 450 coins.
If you have any questions about the Chinese Silver Pandas, please don’t hesitate to contact us. JM Bullion customer service is available at 800-276-6508, online using our live chat, and via our email address.