One of the world’s most popular silver bullion coins in the modern era is the Silver Chinese Panda coin. Available as part of the larger Chinese Panda series that includes gold coins, as well as proof and bullion versions, the Silver Chinese Panda is highly coveted by investors in addition to collectors. The 2010 1 oz Silver Chinese Panda Coin is available now on Silver.com with a Brilliant Uncirculated grade.
- Ships to you in a protective plastic capsule.
- 27th release of the Silver Chinese Panda coin.
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- Issued a face value of ¥10 (Yuan) by the People’s Bank of China.
- Obverse includes the latest Panda design theme for 2010.
- Reverse bears the image of the Temple of Heaven.
- Brilliant Uncirculated specimen.
Silver Chinese Panda coins were the first in the world to feature rotating designs on the obverse face of the coin. While many of its top competitors from other sovereign mints feature the same designs on the obverse and reverse side each year, the Silver Chinese Panda always has a different design on the obverse.
The only year the Silver Panda coins featured a repeat image came in 2001 and 2002. With the exception of those two years, the Chinese Mint unveils a new specific design each year. The motif is always focused on the panda in its natural environment, but the specific elements change with each new release.
All 2010 1 oz Silver Chinese Panda coins in this product listing from Silver.com include BU grades. A Brilliant Uncirculated coin exhibits no signs of wear and tear, though you may notice minor flaws including breaks in the luster, spotted surfaces, or contact marks from the striking process.
On the obverse of each of these 2010 1 oz Silver Chinese Panda coins you’ll find the image of two friendly pandas playing together. While one rolls over onto its back, the other sits looking on at his shenanigans. Engravings include the face value, weight, metal content, and purity of the coin.
Flip these coins over, and you’ll find the image of the Temple of Heaven. While the obverse of the Silver Chinese Panda changes annually, the image of the Temple of Heaven is used each year for the reverse side of the coins. This side includes engravings of the year of issue, as well as the Mandarin language characters for “People’s Republic of China.”
The Chinese Mint produces Silver Chinese Panda coins each year for the People’s Bank of China. With no mint marks used on any of these coins, it is impossible to know which of the Chinese Mint’s facilities struck these Silver Chinese Panda coins.
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