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Updated: February, 2011
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On the left is a large image of my beautiful 2009 Chinese Silver Panda Coin. As you may know from my recent article about my tenth ounce gold panda, I'm a huge fan of these coins! As you an see, the Chinese Silver Panda is absolutely stunning, featuring pandas on the reverse. This beautiful 1 troy ounce of silver is finished with a mixture of shiny and matte surfaces for an amazing effect. Today, I'll feature several large pictures of my silver panda along with information all about my experience buying this neat coin. Exciting update: When you're done with this article, you'll want to check out my brand new GovMint silver coins video that features my 2009 Chinese Silver Panda in HD quality video.

A Different Design Each Year

One of the greatest things about the Silver Chinese Panda is that the panda design on the reverse (pictured to the left) changes each year. My particular silver panda is a 2009. Interestingly, the gold pandas feature the same design as the silver ones each year (you can see that the design on my 2009 gold panda is just like my silver one). As you may know, I'm a big fan of the Australian Lunar Series. It's fun to collect different coin designs from all the different years. The Chinese Silver Pandas provide another excellent series to collect.

I Bought My 2009 Silver Panda From GovMint.com

I've talked about Gov Mint quite a few times on this site. I've personally placed multiple orders with them and have been consistently pleased. My Silver Panda is no exception. As you can see in the huge picture below, my silver panda shipped in perfect condition, sealed in a plastic case within a nice felt bag with certificate of authenticity. I recommend checking out my review of GovMint and ordering from them with confidence.

Diversifying Your Collection With Silver Pandas

All too often these days bullion coin collections have the same old coins such as Silver Eagles and perhaps some Silver Maple Leaf coins. The Silver Chinese Panda is an excellent way to diversify your portfolio. The coin is quite handsome and can add some real variety to your collection. Moreover, it makes a much more interesting and unique gift than the much more common coins. As a closing point, we are all hearing so much about China's growing economy. It's hard to miss the talk, it's on the news almost every day. In my opinion, these beautiful silver pandas will appreciate in value as their demand rises, both from Chinese investors but also investors abroad hoping to cash in on China's expansion. It's a great time to accumulate these coins while the buzz is hot!

Want to see more? I just uploaded a brand new HD quality video that features my Chinese Silver Panda coin! Make sure to watch my new GovMint silver coins video.

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Large Image of My 2009 Silver Chinese Panda From GovMint.com

My 2009 Silver Chinese Panda
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Obverse of My Chinese Silver Panda

Chinese Silver Panda Coin
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