Why add this 10 Yuan 2015 Silver Panda coin to your collection?
China's 1 oz. Silver Panda coin has gained in popularity each year since it was introduced in 1983. The reverse imagery of the beloved Panda changes annually. Each year, collectors look forward to adding the new design to their collections. Produced by the Chinese Mint located in Shenzhen, Shanghai, or Shenyang, Silver Panda coins do not carry a Mint mark. The 2015 Silver Panda is struck from 1 full Troy oz. of .999 fine silver, and measures 40 mm in diameter, 2.98 mm in thickness.
Imagery on the 2015 Silver Panda coin is breathtaking.
The obverse depicts the Temple of Heaven in Beijing, the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests, with a wide border including the inscriptions "People's Republic of China" above in Chinese characters, "2105" below. The reverse features a single panda lounging in front of a bamboo wall, snacking on a bamboo leaf. Contrasting textured surfaces give the panda a black and white effect. The coin's face value, "10 Yuan", is engraved into the wall.
What does PCGS Mint State 69 mean?
The 2015 China 1 oz. Silver Panda 10 Yuan coin includes the China Label issued by the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS). Graded a near flawless Mint State 69, this gorgeous coin exhibits a stunning luster, a sharp strike, and attractive eye appeal.
Enhance your growing Panda collection with the addition of this 2015 1 oz. Silver Panda. Order yours from MCM today!
|Year of Issue:||2015|
|Weight in Grams:||31.1 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|