2012 1 oz Proof Silver Chinese American WMF Panda Medals - Silver.com™
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2012 1 oz Proof Silver Chinese American World’s Money Fair Panda Medals (Box + CoA)

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In 2012, China Great Wall Coins Investments Limited and the Shenzhen Guobao Mint produced a limited-edition silver Panda medal for the ANA World’s Fair of Money in Philadelphia. The proof specimen was made available to attendees of the show in one and five-ounce silver medals, and a five-ounce gold medal. In this listing, you will find the one-ounce silver version. Today, 2012 1 oz Proof Silver Chinese American World Money Fair Panda Medals are available to you online at Silver.com.

Medal Highlights:

  • Available in a presentation case with a Certificate of Authenticity!
  • Special edition World’s Fair of Money Panda medal!
  • Mintage limited to only 10,000 pieces!
  • Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
  • The obverse shows an adult panda with a baby panda.
  • On the reverse field are The Great Wall of China and the Liberty Bell.
  • Proof specimen.

Prior to 2012, Chinese mints produced four other medals for the ANA World’s Fair of Money. These were New York in 1986, the 1987 Atlanta show, 1988 Cincinnati show, and Pittsburgh in 1989. These medals have become valuable collectibles due to their special themed designs and limited mintages. If you love the ANA and Chinese Silver Pandas, then these unique medals could be a great addition to your collection.

Each of the 2012 1 oz Silver Chinese American World Money Fair Panda Medals has been struck in .999 fine silver and includes stunning proof visuals. A proof-strike greatly enhances the visual appeal of the silver, as it lends the field a mirrored effect and the devices a frosted appearance. Upon delivery, you will find each medal housed inside a wooden display box with a Certificate of Authenticity.

On the obverse of 2012 Proof Silver Chinese American World Money Fair Panda Medals, there is an adult and baby panda. The baby is sitting down, while its parent stands on all fours. Around the edges, there is a bamboo leaf arrangement, with inscriptions on the lower portion of the medal reading 1 oz Ag .999.

The reverse of 2012 1 oz Proof Chinese American World Money Fair Panda Medals contains both the Great Wall of China and the Liberty Bell. Inscribed beneath the bell, which is located in Philadelphia, are the words We the People. Other inscriptions read ANA Philadelphia 2012 World’s Fair of Money in English and Chinese lettering.

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Additional information

Weight 1.00000 oz

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Year:  2012

Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Purity:  .999

Diameter:  40 mm

Condition:  Proof

Edge Design:  Reeded

Packaging Type:  Presentation Packaging

Weight:  1 Troy Ounce

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