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China 2015 Panda Prestige Diamond Gold Silver 2-Coin Set

$USD 1,217.95

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While the dragon has often served as China’s national emblem, internationally the panda appears at least as commonly. As such, it is becoming widely used within China in international contexts, for example as one of the five Fuwa mascots of the Beijing Olympics.

2015 China 1 Oz Silver Panda 10 Yuan. The Chinese Silver Panda is a series of silver bullion coins issued by the People’s Republic of China. The design of the Panda is changed every year, and these are minted in different sizes and denominations, ranging from 0.5 troy oz. to 1 kilogram. The 1 oz coins have a face value of 10 Yuan and contains 1 troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
This years design is a panda sitting and eating a bamboo twig. The reverse depicts the Temple of Heaven in the center with Chinese characters on top saying People’s Republic of China and the bottom the year of issue.

These lustrous Chinese Gold Panda coins are popular among both investors and collectors. Minted by the People’s Republic of China since 1982, these coins are composed of .999 fine gold and come sealed in their original plastic casing.

A major appeal of these Gold Pandas is their annually changing design. For 2015, the reverse features an adorable panda sitting in front of a bamboo fence chewing on a tree branch, with a scattering of bamboo leaves adorning the areas above and below that scenario. The coin’s currency denomination is stated, though its weight and fineness are no longer present as it was in previous years. (Purportedly, this is because the Chinese Mint is marketing the coin in metric weights (grams and kilos) within China, but in imperial weights (ounces) for international markets.) Nevertheless, as always the Chinese Mint guarantees each coin’s authenticity, weight, and gold content.

The obverse design features the iconic Temple of Heaven in Beijing, along with the mint year and “People’s Republic of China”, represented in Chinese characters. Historically, Chinese Emperors would visit the Temple altar for annual ceremonies of prayer to Heaven for good weather and abundant harvests. Considered the most holy of Beijing’s imperial temples, it has been described as “a masterpiece of architecture and landscape design”. The magnificent triple-gabled circular building is built on three levels of marble stone base and is completely wooden, with no nails.






10 Dollars / 100 Dollars




40 mm/ 22 mm


31.1 g / 7.77 g



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