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2017 China 1 kilo Silver Panda Proof ¥300 Coin NGC PF70 UC Early Releases (Exclusive Panda Label)

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Why add this perfectly graded 2017 China 1 Kilo Silver Proof Panda to your collection?

Chinese Silver Panda coins, introduced in 1983, are a wildly popular much-anticipated annual issue, appreciated for their yearly change in reverse design and precious metal value. This gorgeous 2017 Silver Panda is struck from 1 Kilo (32.15 Troy oz.) of .999 fine silver, measures an astounding 100mm in diameter, and has an established mintage limit of 20,000 coins.

Magnificently detailed 2017 panda Imagery

The reverse depicts a single panda sitting in a grassy patch in front of a bamboo wall, munching on a bamboo branch. Field areas above and below the image are engraved with a beautiful bamboo leaf pattern. Inscribed with "1 Kg Ag 999" and the coin's denomination "300 Yuan."

Featured on the obverse, against a mirrored background, is the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests in the Temple of Heaven in Beijing, with the engravings "People's Republic of China" above in Chinese characters, "2017" below.

Flawless Proof 70 Ultra Cameo with the exclusive panda label

This perfectly struck 2017 China 300 Yuan 1 Kilo Silver Panda Proof is graded Proof 70 by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). The coin also earned the Ultra Cameo designation for the outstanding quality of textured and mirrored surfaces on this extraordinarily detailed Silver Proof. The proof is sealed in a protective holder accompanied by the NGC exclusive Panda certification label.

Don't wait, add the perfectly graded Early Release 1 Kilo 2017 proof coin to your Chinese Silver Panda collection now!

Year of Issue:2017
Mint:China Mint
Grading Service:NGC
Release Type:Early Releases
Label/Signature:Exclusive Panda Label
Display Weight:1 kilo
Weight in Grams:1,000 g
Weight in Ounces:32.151 oz
Diameter:100 mm
Legal Tender:China
Why Did China Remove Inscriptions from Silver Pandas?