2011 Chinese Silver Panda Mint State 70 (MS70)
2011 Chinese Silver Panda Mint State (MS70) 1 ounce
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original cost and current value (replacement cost)…
$109 through Numis Network’s February 2011
Silver Coin of the Month Club
best reputable dealer’s price available today: SOLD OUT/UNAVAILABLE
What’s so cool about the 2011 Chinese Silver Panda MS70?
A favorite of children and adults alike, the Chinese Silver Panda coins display unique and fresh designs each year, keeping their popularity high among enthusiastic collectors. The 2011 coin features a young panda cub nuzzling its mother in a bamboo field.
The design on the converse of the coin, which stays the same each year, displays the “Temple of Heaven.” Designed with extraordinary detail, these lovely coins are fascinating to hold and behold. It comes as no surprise that these beautiful Silver Pandas continue to be regarded as some of the most prized silver coins in the world.
Devotion to the tiniest detail and painstaking craftsmanship are the hallmarks of these scrupulously minted coins. Such dedication is evidenced by the almost lifelike imagery of these beloved bears.
Struck in one Troy ounce of 99.9% fine silver, each coin is a large 40mm diameter. Always highly sought after because of the yearly design changes, supplies of the 2010 Silver Panda were exhausted by the tremendous consumer demand for them. The expectations for this year indicates that demand will be even greater.Denomination: 10 Yuan
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