Why Order This PF69 2016 China 2 oz. Silver Proof Bei Bei Smithsonian Panda Commemorative?
Bei Bei the giant panda was born at the National Zoo on August 22, 2015. He is the brother of Bao Bao, who was born just a few years before. To celebrate the birth of Bei Bei, the China Mint and the Smithsonian issued this proof silver commemorative. It weighs 2 Troy oz. and is made of .999 fine silver. Mintage of this size is limited to 2,500 pieces.
This commemorative displays the same obverse design as its 1 oz. counterpart. It shows the Smithsonian Castle and the Great Wall of China. On the reverse, Bei Bei can be seen. In this design, Bei Bei is pictured sitting with some bamboo.
The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) awarded this 2 oz. Bei Bei commemorative the grade of Proof 69 and the Ultra Cameo designation. Proof 69 is one of the highest grades that can be given and the Ultra Cameo designation is for specimens with excellent visual contrast.
Order today, this NGC PF69 UC 2016 China 2 oz. silver proof Bei Bei Smithsonian panda commemorative could be yours!
|Year of Issue:||2016|
|Variety:||Scarce and Unique Coin Division|
|Display Weight:||2 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||62.2065 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||2 oz|