Why add a sheet of 15 2016 China 10Y 30g Silver Pandas to your stack?
This sheet of 15 2016 China 30g Silver Pandas just may be the best way to grow your stack this year. Unlike previous versions of the 10 Yuan Silver Panda and the most popular size of bullion coins issued by other governments, the weight of these coins is measured in grams rather than oz. Whether this departure from imperial measurements in favor of metric ones is followed by other countries or stays unique to China remains to be seen. What is not in doubt however, is that these bullion coins will be unique in modern coining because of the difference, and as such are likely to have special value to collectors for decades to come! This significance is complemented by the beautiful design that these coins share. That design, which is unique to 2016, features a large panda lying on top of a branch and hugging it. In the background are bamboo shoots. Issued by the China Gold Coin Inc. (CGCI), these coins amount to a total of 450g or, for traditionalists, 14.47 Troy oz. and are .999 pure silver.
|Year of Issue:||2016|
|Weight in Grams:||30 g|
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!
While the markets are improving, the Mints are reporting status quo for 2016.