Why Add This MS69 2016 China 30g Silver Panda with Exclusive Panda Label to Your Collection?
The Chinese Silver Panda is quite popular for several reasons, but one of them is the design. Unlike many of the other silver bullion coins from around the world, the design of the Silver Panda changes each year. The 2016 Silver Panda shows a highly detailed panda clinging to a large branch. Part of the background is made up of bamboo and the lower portion is smooth. The very edges at the top and bottom show a pattern of leaves. On the opposite side, the Temple of Heaven in Beijing is shown. Another new feature of the 2016 Silver Panda is that it weighs 30g of .999 silver instead of 1 troy oz.
This 2016 China 30g Silver Panda has been graded by the impartial experts at NGC. It received the grade of MS69. NGC uses a 70 point grading scale, making MS69 one of the highest grades possible. This 2016 Silver Panda’s grade is displayed on an exclusive panda label.
Don’t wait, order this NGC MS69 2016 China 30g Silver Panda with exclusive panda label for your collection today.
|Year of Issue:||2016|
|Weight in Grams:||30 g|
The change to this year’s silver and gold coins set off a great deal of speculation about why this was done, and what kind of impact it might have on sales of the coins. As a general rule, bullion buyers like to see this information on the coin, especially buyers of Chinese coins.
2016 has been a big year for the China Silver Pandas. Not only has the series received a different design as usual, but the coins now have changes to their silver weight! 2016 Silver Pandas have been resized to gram weights instead of their normal Troy oz. What do these changes mean for collectors? What's in store for future releases? What can you buy now? Find out, along with information about NGC graded first of 30,000 Struck Silver Pandas!