2012-2016 China 1 oz Silver Panda
10 Yuan BU, Select drop down for the year.
Beginning in 1983, the China Mint started striking Silver Panda coins. Produced in various mints across China such as Shanghai, Shenyang, and Shenzhen, these coins do not generally carry mint marks, unlike U.S. coinage. However, originating mints can be determined, as the temple on the obverse and the size of the date may change. The temple displayed on the obverse is The Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests, located within the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. The chinese characters, " 中华人民共和国 ", translate to People's Republic of China. The reverse design of the panda changes yearly