The 2017 Chinese Silver Panda Coins, is now available in Bullion Exchanges’ comprehensive selection of coins. The 2017 Chinese Silver Pandas are one of the most eagerly awaited numismatic issues. The People’s Bank of China announces a release date of October 28th. (available in the US in mid-December). The official 2017 design of the coin is a beautiful panda bear sitting down. A foresty bamboo background nestles beside her. She is eating a bamboo branch.
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In 1982 the first gold coin became available. In 1983 the first silver coin went on the market. The Chinese Panda program is one of the most highly anticipated series on the precious metals market. Coin enthusiasts and numismatists all over the world anxiously await each coin release. This is due to their unique reverse designs that depict a new panda image each year. (This is except for the 2001 and 2002 that share the same design).
The People’s Bank of China announces that the silver pandas will be available as of the 28th of October
The coins will reach the US bullion market close to mid-December. The bank also announces this year’s design of the reverse side of the coin. It will be a single panda eating a bamboo branch while sitting down with a bamboo background. This lovely image is surrounded by the face value of the coin, as well as its purity and weight. The 2017 reverse image is reminiscent of the 2015-coin edition. This is because it contains the same elements yet from the opposite perspective. Some sources state that this year’s design is courtesy of a new mint designer. Yet this information is however to be confirmed.
The renowned Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests is featured on the obverse side of the coin. The Hall of Prayer is in the Taoist Temple of Heaven from Beijing. Also on the obverse are the inscriptions “中华人民共和国.” These are the Chinese characters for “The People’s Republic of China” and the mintage year “2017.”
2016 Chinese Silver Panda Coins
Starting with 2016, the Chinese Panda Coins issue from the Chinese Mint. Their weights are according to the metric system. The 2017 releases continue the gram weight era. It has 30 grams of .999 fine silver. Additionally, you can find a ¥10 Yuan face value. It is a mint with a limit of 10,000,000 coins.
The proof silver and gold Chinese Pandas will be available in China beginning December 15th. They will display the same design as the coin. The 150-gram silver proof coin will carry a denomination of ¥50 Yuan. It also has a mintage limit of 60,000 coins. Secondly, the 1-kilo silver proof coin will bear a ¥100 Yuan face value. It has a mintage limit of only 20,000 pieces.
The 2017 Gold Pandas strike in weights of 30 gr. (¥500 Yuan), 15 gr. (¥200 Yuan), 8 gr. (¥100 Yuan), 3 gr. (¥50 Yuan), and 1 gr. (¥10 Yuan). They are in availability of 700,000 (30 gr.), 600,000 (8 and 15 gr.), 800,000 (3 gr.), and 1,000,000 (1 gr.).
Four-proof gold issues are of 1 kilo (¥10,000 Yuan), 150 grams (¥2000 Yuan), 100 grams (¥1500 Yuan), and 50 grams (¥800 Yuan). They are mintage limits of 500, 5,000, 10,000 and 20,000 pieces. They will also be available by the mint this year.
We offer you the 2017 30 gram Chinese Silver Panda Coin in its original mint packaging. Secondly, you can purchase as well the Mint State 69 (MS69), Mint State 70 (MS70), and Early Releases designations. These are from the renowned NGC. They display in gorgeous Red and Retro Holders.
The 2017 150 gram Chinese Silver Panda Proof Coin will also be available certified by NGC with Proof 69 (PF69) & Proof 70 (PF70).