Only Here Can You Secure Mint-Identified 2024 China Pandas! 
Pure Silver, Perfect, with Sought-After Designations and Signature Labels

 

Giant Pandas, representing peace, good luck and friendship, have increasingly become known as a national symbol of China. So, it’s no surprise these woolly,-furry beasts are the face of the country’s silver bullion coins—Silver Pandas, introduced in 1983—which are among the most collected, most anticipated annual issues for collectors around the world. 

 

But, while these coins are renowned among collectors for their exquisite one-year-only designs, high quality craftsmanship and 99.9% fineness, what you have here are Silver Pandas identified by mint—which is a big deal!

 

Oh, and they’re also perfect, with FDI designations and hand-signed labels. Keep reading.


Why Should I Care Which Mint Struck these 2024 China Pandas?
When coins are struck at several mints, like these China Pandas, knowing a coin’s mint of origin allows you to understand just how scarce the coin really is by pinpointing its exact mintage. Dating back to the very first coins struck in the ancient world, minters have used special marks to identify where the coin was struck. Today, these marks not only give us the coin’s place of origin, but also define the degree of scarcity of the coins by determining the mintage. 

 

But there are no mint marks in the world of China Pandas—with one exception, 1987. Both before and since that year, collectors purchasing China Pandas could only guess where the coins were struck. Peter Anthony, the foremost expert on China Pandas and the author of the Gold and Silver Panda Coin Buying Guide, explained why knowing the mint mark could change the way China Pandas are collected: “The lack of information has frustrated collectors. It would be exciting news if the production mint could be identified. Instead of collecting only one coin each year, collectors will want to buy two or three Panda coins (from the three mints). As word of this spread in China and around the world, demand for Panda coins could be expected to reach new heights.”


Mint Marks Can Enhance Collectability
Here’s what legendary numismatist Jeff Garrett (former president of the American Numismatic Association and the expert the Smithsonian Institution® consults) said on the subject of mint marks that identify where a particular coin is minted: “Collectors highly covet coins with low mintage figures. The simple initials or ‘mint mark’ designating where a coin was struck can add, in some cases, millions of dollars in value. One example is the 1927-D Double Eagle. The tiny ‘D’ mint mark on the 1927 Double Eagle increases the coin’s value from $2,000 to $2,000,000 because only a handful of coins survived from the Denver mintage versus tens of thousands from the Philadelphia mintage.” 

 

China’s Best Kept Secret Revealed! 
We’ve been trying to solve this issue for years. Though we made some headway in 2016, it wasn’t until 2019 that we were finally able to find a solution to the China Pandas mint dilemma. Ever since, we’ve been able to present our customers with coins certified by Numismatic Guaranty Company (NGC), one of the world’s leading third-party grading services, as coming from a particular mint.

 

Each of the China Pandas here is certified as being struck at the Shenzhen-Guobao Mint (G), the Shanghai Mint (S) or the Shenyang Mint (Y). Though we don’t know what the exact percentages per mint will be for these 2024 Pandas, last year, the Shenzhen Mint struck 73.13% of the total mintage, the Shanghai Mint struck 18.03% and the Shenyang Mint struck 9.84%.

 

What that means is that now you can add coins from any or all three mints to your collection—if you act fast.



New One-Year-Only Design—The “Series within a Series”
Each new year brings a new one-year-only reverse design to the Silver Panda series. But starting in 2019, those designs became a “series within a series,” allowing collectors to view a panda cub growing into maturity. This year marks the sixth year of the China Mint’s “cycle” of Panda designs. 

 

This 2024 one-year-only reverse depicts a delightful, heartwarming design of a Mother Panda Bear playing with her young cub, created by Huang Qin—renowned within the numismatic community for her numerous Chinese commemorative coin designs, one of which won a Coty (Coin of the Year) Award for “Best Gold Coin.”

As always, the China Panda obverse depicts the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests in the Temple of Heaven (in Beijing) encircled by the phrase “People’s Republic of China” in Mandarin Chinese completed with the year of issue, 2024.

 

Struck in 99.9% Silver!
2024 Silver Pandas struck in 30 grams of 99.9% fine silver are available in a 3-Pc. Set that brings together a coin struck at each mint, or individually from the mint of your choice. Each coin is 10Yuan China legal tender.

 

Certified Perfect with Special Designations 
Collectors only want the best for their collections, and so we’re offering these coins and sets certified by NGC as flawless Mint State-70 (MS70) condition. Coins are graded on a 70-point scale, with a top 70 grade representing perfection, even under magnification. There is no higher grade.

 

In addition to a flawless grade, your coins will arrive certified by NGC as First Day of Issue (FDI), which means they have been received for grading within 24 hours of the coin’s official release. The 30-gram Silver China Panda from the Shenzhen-Guobao Mint has also been NGC-certified as “One of First 15,000 Struck.

 

But There’s More—Hand-Signed Signature Labels
Every one of these flawless, designated coins will arrive encapsulated with a special Panda label that identifies each coin’s mint of origin, and features the hand-signed signature of former Shanghai Mint and Shenyang Mint Director Peter Gu. Mr. Gu is highly respected in China’s numismatic industry and was responsible for many of the innovations and production processes used by China’s national mints today. 

This is the first time that a Mint Director from any of China’s national mints has signed an NGC label intended for the North American market. 

 

Don’t Forget the Extras!
In addition…all Silver Panda Sets will arrive in a colorful, red, deluxe China Mint presentation box featuring an image of a panda eating a bamboo sprig on the cover, accompanied by a colorful information booklet on the China Panda series and the three mints that strike these coins.

 

Exclusive, Limited Availability
For the sixth year in a row, we’ve been able to bring you China Silver Panda coins with flawless grades, special designations, and labels identifying their mints of origin. We’re also proud to have exclusivity on all China Pandas certified by NGC with the coveted FDI designation.

 

Even so, we only have a limited number of these coins available. See for yourself why special edition China Silver Pandas will hold a valued spot in your collection. 


2024 China 30-Gram Silver Panda 3-Pc. Mint Set MS70 FDI Gu

3-Piece Set:
– 30-Gram Silver (Shenzhen-Guobao)
– 30-Gram Silver (Shanghai)
– 30-Gram Silver (Shenyang)
• Struck in 99.9% Fineness
• Official China Legal Tender
• One-Year-Only Design
• Flawless MS70 Grade by NGC
• NGC-Certified First Day of Issue (FDI)
• One of First 15,000 Struck – Shenzhen-Guobao
• Mint Identification Labels
• Panda Labels Hand-Signed by Peter Gu
• Limited Availability


2024 China 30-Gram Silver Panda Shenzhen-Guobao Mint MS70 FDI Gu  

• 30 Grams of Silver 
• Struck in 99.9% Fineness
• Official China Legal Tender
• One-Year-Only Design
• Flawless MS70 Grade
• First Day of Issue/One of First 15,000 Struck Pedigree 
• Mint Identification Labels
• Panda Labels Hand-Signed by Peter Gu
• Limited Availability


2024 China 30-Gram Silver Panda Shenyang Mint MS70 FDI Gu  

• 30 Grams of Silver
• Struck in 99.9% Fineness
• Official China Legal Tender
• One-Year-Only Design
• Flawless MS70 Grade
• NGC-Certified First Day of Issue (FDI)
• Mint Identification Labels
• Panda Labels Hand-Signed by Peter Gu
• Limited Availability


2024 China 30-Gram Silver Panda Shanghai Mint MS70 FDI Gu  

• 30 Grams of Silver
• Struck in 99.9% Fineness
• Official China Legal Tender
• One-Year-Only Design
• Flawless MS70 Grade
• NGC-Certified First Day of Issue (FDI)
• Mint Identification Labels
• Panda Labels Hand-Signed by Peter Gu
• Limited Availability


It’s a Good Idea to Act Fast!
2024 marks just the sixth year collectors have been able to secure full-sets of Silver Pandas certified as coming from each China Mint facility. It’s also the sixth year of the new “series within a series” that you don’t want to miss. Don’t wait for our limited supply of these mint-identified, hand-signed, flawless Silver Pandas to run out.

Our supply will not last, so hurry to secure yours by calling

 888-870-6342 

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