The 2017 30 gram Chinese Silver Panda bullion coin is minted in Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) style and comes sealed in its own clear plastic capsule. This is the second year that China's precious metal coins have been minted to metric weights instead of Troy ounces. This change in weight (which is reflected in the price) was greeted with enthusiasm by Chinese buyers, as well as the majority of buyers in nations using the metric system.
To meet the heightened demand, the Chinese government has increased the mintage of the 2017 Chinese Silver Panda 30 gram coin from 8 million to 10 million coins. Of course, a major portion of demand for Silver Panda 30 gram coins remains the yearly panda designs on the reverse.
For 2017, the Chinese Panda design showcases a giant panda sitting in a bamboo forest, stripping leaves from a bamboo stalk he has broken off. Underneath that bamboo stalk is the denomination 10 ¥ (10 yuan ). The weight of 30 grams and purity of .999 silver curve beneath the panda.
The obverse of the 2017 30 gram Chinese Panda silver coin remains unchanged. This side is dominated by the image of the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests, located in ancient Temple of Heaven in Beijing. Above the scene is inscribed "Peoples Republic of China) in Chinese. Below the temple is the year-date 2017.
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|Actual Metal Weight:||0.9645 ozt|
|Face Value:||10 Yuan|
|Mint:||People's Republic of China|