PANDA SILVER COINS - STERLING SILVER FILIGREE BEADS.
Panda Silver Coins
- (Silver, Coin) Silver items manufactured until approximately mid-19th Century. Made from melted down European silver coins, this metal is approximately 90% silver. Because of the content of other metals, coin silver items are harder (resist bending and dents) and don’t tarnish as quickly.
- Silver coins are possibly the oldest mass form of coinage in recorded history. Silver has been used as a coinage metal since the times of the Greeks. Their silver drachmas were popular trade coins.
- Code name for cocaine, a popular adjunct to the coin business during the boom years of the 1970s and 1980s. "Do you have any silver coins for sale?" Devotees often took to carrying about on their persons small nasal spray bottles filled with a mixture of cocaine and water.
- A large bearlike mammal with characteristic black and white markings, native to certain mountain forests of central and western China. It feeds almost entirely on bamboo and has become increasingly rare
- lesser panda: reddish-brown Old World raccoon-like carnivore; in some classifications considered unrelated to the giant pandas
- The Giant Panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca, literally meaning "black and white cat-foot") is a bear native to central-western and south western China. It is easily recognized by its large, distinctive black patches around the eyes, over the ears, and across its round body.
- giant panda: large black-and-white herbivorous mammal of bamboo forests of China and Tibet; in some classifications considered a member of the bear family or of a separate family Ailuropodidae
panda silver coins - Chinese Panda
Chinese Panda 2007 Silver-dollar-sized Silver Coin One Ounce and Big 1 1/4 Inch Each - One Panda Silver Coin for Investment or Gifts
The 2007 China Silver Pandas is the pride and finely-detailed design of China's Mint Craftsmen. Every year, the China Mint strikes Silver Panda Coins in honor of the endangered species of Panda Bears. The silver-dollar-sized coins are among the beautiful and collectible of all world silver coins. 2007 design allows collectors to build collections from year to year and to enjoy a variety of unique Silver Panda coin designs. ? Pandas Are Favorites - The side of this year's design features a mother panda and her cub feasting on bamboo. The reverse displays Beijing's famous Temple of Heaven and the 2007 date. ? Legal Tender - Silver Panda coins are genuine legal tender as issued by the China Mint. Mintages worldwide are strictly limited. ? Large Beautiful Coins - Chinese Silver Pandas are large coins, measuring about 1 1/4 inches in diameter. Each silver coin is minted in one troy ounce of 99.9% fine silver Love the unique look of the Panda coin series that have mirrored proof-like backgrounds and raised features that are delicately frosted and finely detailed. World Silver Dollars are fantastic to collect and we highly recommend the China Silver Pandas to anyone just starting to collect silver coins. Panda coins are a delight to own, and make ideal gifts for children, grandchildren, and loved ones. Each Silver Panda coin comes double-sealed from the China Mint in a clear, protective package that surrounds a hard plastic holder. This keeps out the harmful effects of air pollution and helps to preserve these Silver Pandas for generations to come.
2002 Panda silver coin
from China, the Panda coins are a series with a new panda image every year. There is always some bamboo in the image. I'm using an agate slab as a backdrop. These coins contain 1 oz of pure silver and are worth around $35-$40 these days.
2010 Silver Panda bullion coin from China Mint, atop a 1964 Kennedy half dollar and a cinnabar box I bought in Beijing in 1986
panda silver coins
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