2012 Silver Chinese Panda 1 oz - MS-69 NGC

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This beautiful Silver Panda contains one full ounce of .999 fine Silver! The reverse shows the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests at the Temple of Heaven in Beijing, which is shown on all Chinese Panda coins. The obverse of the Silver Pandas changes each year, and this year shows a panda and her cub sitting in the grass. This example has been graded MS-69 by NGC.

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Product Specifications

Product ID: 75846
Year: 2012
Grade: MS-69
Denomination: 10 Yuan
Diameter: 40 mm
Thickness: 3.42 mm

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2012 Silver Chinese Panda 1 oz - MS-69 NGC
 
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5.0

Great Value

By The Investor

from Chicago, IL

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Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Collectible (lower mintage)
  • Easy to Sell
  • Mint Condition
  • Recognized Brand
  • Value (low premium over spot)

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      Comments about 2012 Silver Chinese Panda 1 oz - MS-69 NGC:

      I checked mint condition as this coin is 1 spot below perfect so close enough for most. While the price is significantly higher than spot it is great value when you consider the mark-up to the non graded coins is rather small. Pandas have a large premium due to their limited production and new design each year. Getting a coin graded just below perfect for a small price increase seems well worth it. I purchase Pandas for collectability and mass produced coins for bullion investments. The grading offers comfort and the coin is sure to remain in fantastic condition due to the packaging. I would never consider a graded mass produced coin with the same design year after year but Pandas are different and the 69 vs the 70 grading offers value. I own both as the 70 will always command the larger premium but it is also nice to get a collectible with a smaller mark-up.

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