2012 1 oz Proof Silver Chinese Singapore IMF Panda Medals - Silver.com™
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2012 1 oz Proof Silver Chinese Singapore International Money Fair Panda Medals (Box + CoA)

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Since 1983, the Chinese Silver Panda has consistently ranked among the most popular annual bullion releases. While these are typically produced as coins, the Shenzhen Guobao Mint also has a history of manufacturing exclusive Panda medals to sell at popular coin shows. In 2012, they minted a magnificent limited-edition proof piece for the Singapore convention. Now, 2012 1 oz Proof Silver Chinese Singapore International Money Fair Panda Medals are available to you for purchase online at Silver.com.

Medal Highlights:

  • Arrives with a presentation case and a Certificate of Authenticity!
  • Stunning Singapore Money Fair Panda medal!
  • Mintage limited to just 10,000 silver pieces!
  • Contains One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
  • The obverse shows a pair of fully grown pandas.
  • On the reverse are The Great Wall of China and Marina Bay Sands.
  • Proof visuals.

Each of these 2012 1 oz Silver Chinese Singapore International Money Fair Panda Medals has been struck in .999 fine silver and includes a proof finish. This means that these medals were struck multiple times with special dies to achieve a mirror-like quality with frosted devices. Upon delivery, you will find your medal housed inside a special wooden display case that includes a Certificate of Authenticity from the mint.

The Chinese Silver Panda series launched in 1983 with a proof coin weighing 27 grams. Since then, Silver Pandas have been released in a variety of weights ranging from one-half Troy ounce to one kilogram. The standard 1 oz Panda was the most common release, however, in 2016 the mint switched this weight to 30 grams. Today, Pandas are extremely popular among investors and collectors alike. Standard BU Pandas retain their value well, while some of the original proof versions are coveted numismatic items that can sell for thousands of dollars.

The obverse of 2012 Proof Silver Chinese Singapore International Money Fair Panda Medals contains a pair of adult pandas in a loving embrace. Additional design elements include a bed of grass and a bamboo branch. You will see inscribed along the lower portion of the medal 1 oz Ag .999.

On the reverse field of 2012 1 oz Proof Chinese Singapore International Money Fair Panda Medals is a depiction of The Great Wall of China and Marina Bay Sands. Marina Bay is a luxurious resort, casino, and hotel in Singapore, and was the location for the 2012 coin show. inscriptions on the reverse read 2012 Singapore International Coin Fair in Chinese and English.

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Weight 1.00000 oz

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Year:  2012

Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Purity:  .999

Condition: Proof

Edge Design:  Reeded

Packaging Type:  Presentation Packaging

Weight:  1 Troy Ounce

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