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The first Silver Panda coins—issued in 1983, 1984 and 1985—were proof quality, with a precious metal content of 27 grams of 0.900 fine silver and a diameter of 38.6 mm. Mintage's were only 10,000 for each year. No Silver Pandas were issued in 1986. The 1987 Silver Panda coins were minted in proof quality from 1 troy oz. of sterling (.925 fine) silver, with a diameter of 40 mm. There are several mints that produced Silver Panda coins over the years, including: Shanghai Shenyang Shenzhen. Unlike coins made by US mints that carry mint marks to distinguish their origin, Chinese mints generally do not carry mint marks. In certain years there are minor variations in the coin design—such as the size of the date, and temple. That allow the originating mint to be determined. An example is 1996 where different mints produced coins with minor variations in the font size of the date on the obverse side of the coins.
Depiction of the Temple of Heaven in the center with Chinese characters on top saying "中华人民共和国" meaning the People's Republic of China and the bottom the year of issue. If the issue is a commemorative issue, the theme will be marked here also.
Features a scene of a mother panda holding her baby cub as they look at each other with a sweet embrace
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