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There are few coin collections that not only catch the roaming eye but also have a reputation of making you want to come back for more. Naturally, the excellent packaging of the Chinese Silver Panda series sets it apart from other collections that do not offer a mint-sealed airtight as part of the package. This not only saves time for the consumer but it also is something that lasts, while protecting the silver coin at the same time. The reverse design of this remarkable series is also an alluring quality, since it changes annually. Your 2006 Chinese Silver Panda is brilliantly finished with a flawless luster that brings this coin to life. Your panda is guaranteed to be .999 fine silver and is encapsulated once minted to limit the amount of oxygen exposure.
Pandas are known to roam land, endlessly searching for their much needed bamboo. Pandas need to eat bamboo for up to 16 hours a day so it is obvious just how important bamboo is to the thriving needs of the panda bear species. The reverse design on the 2006 Chinese Silver Panda displays two hungry pandas, ravaging some bamboo shoots. These pandas are sitting straight up, while holding the shoots in their hands. There are also other bamboo trees close by to the pandas, in case they run out. The coin's denomination of 10 yuan is scripted above the panda bears' heads. The coin's weight and authenticity are also both included at the bottom of the coin. The obverse of this silver panda showcases one of China's most famous symbols of their religious culture. The Temple of Heaven is beautifully designed to give honor to the religious complex of buildings. "The People's Republic of China," is inscribed above the temple with the year of mintage below it.