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Each 2014 5 oz Proof Silver Panda coin contains 5 troy ounces of .999 fine silver.
Each coin will arrive complete with original plastic capsule, box and certificate of authenticity as issued from the mint.
How to Open the Capsule
The 2014 5 oz Chinese Silver Panda comes in a protective plastic capsule. To open the capsule, twist counterclockwise. The top and bottom will unlock and the coin will be easy to remove. Do not pull apart; this will break the capsule and may damage the coin.
In the wild, the Giant Panda is an endangered species that relies on conservation efforts to protect its population. In investing, the Silver Panda annual coin series is extremely popular but also has limited quantities — so be sure to get your 2014 5 oz Chinese Silver Panda coin from Provident Metals before these pandas are gone.
The name “panda” means “black and white cat-foot.” The large, quiet, lumbering bear has distinctive white and black patches near its eyes, ears, across its shoulders and on its legs.
The panda coin is comprised of .999 fine silver and has a beautiful luster, with the panda’s black features depicted with careful shading. The 2014 design features a panda toying with a large tree branch. Behind it, the bamboo forest stretches upward. The denomination 50 yuan is to the right, and the words “5 oz Ag 999” are near the rim.
The opposing side features the iconic Temple of Heaven. The words “People’s Republic of China” are written near the top of the rim in Chinese characters, and the year is marked near the bottom.
There are about 270 giant pandas living in captivity in China and internationally, and estimates on wild pandas range from 1,500 to 3,000. Pandas have a “thumb” and five fingers on each paw. The thumb is actually a modified hand bone that helps the bear hold bamboo stalks while eating. It also has the second-longest tail among bear species, measuring 4 to 6 inches.
Your investment stack can be just as interesting as this delightful creature when you order the 2014 5 oz Chinese Silver Panda. Place your order with Provident Metals today!
|Silver Content||5 troy oz|
|Composition||.999 Fine Silver|
|Mint||Shenzhen – Guobao Mint|