[ HD ] Chinese Silver Panda (2013) – VS – Dime

* * To turn off my comments, disable the Captions (CC) * * Hi guys. Finally after weeks of waiting, I’ve got this in the mail. I think this coin is worth the wait though. The reverse shares the same layout as previous 4 years. Which is great. So, no complaints there. If I have to have a question though,
I thought Pandas are solitary creatures. So, this scene is probably in one LUCKY zoo,
where they can have 3 pandas, lol. Or, it’s probably depicting 3 adolescence panda siblings,
which I think would be sorta miraculous. All kidding aside, I really like that reverse design. I do hope they can maintain quality
once they ramp up the output of these. I read unconfirmed third party source that the Shenyang and Shanghai branches of the Chinese Mints have to pitch in for the increasing production, if not already. Once even a fraction of 1 billion people become aware of silver’s potential, the Pandas can match if not exceed American Silver Eagle’s yearly output. I guess we’ll see how that will turn out. Let’s hope there still some left to buy for us overseas. Great coin design, 9.5/10. The coin’s condition is 8.5/10.
Until next time, bye …

30 thoughts on “[ HD ] Chinese Silver Panda (2013) – VS – Dime

  1. Pandas do normally live alone but they come and visit each other when they find a water source like that. I saw it on National Geographic once.

  2. Thanks. It's up to you, especially if the damage is only superficial. I'm not so sure about the Pandas' capsule being truly air tight BTW, which is why I replaced all of mine.

  3. This is an absolutely gorgeous coin. Thanks for showcasing it. I definitely want to get one, after viewing your video. Great job by the way on your videos. Looking forward to more of your wonderful silver videos.

  4. Nice 🙂 . The mintage limit for 2013 Panda is quite high though. So, it won't be rare as previous years Pandas. But, it should still be a good semi numismatic play.

  5. A handsome coin. Recent panda coins are already selling for more than eagles or maples despite the mintages. The number one market for silver & gold is now in China and most of the demand is going to be for Chinese coins going forward. The mintage data means less and less when there are so many chasing the same items.

  6. That's what I think will happen. If 1% of 1% of a billion plus Chinese become silver aware / awaken, they will absorb silver like a sponge, not only gold. Once that happens, in spirit of keeping up with the Joneses, the neighboring 1% of 1% of another billion plus people of India will follow. After that, 1% of 1% of the rest of the world will follow the cues. It's scary to imagine such physical silver squeeze now because I still want to stack at current bargain price.

  7. Thanks TC. That's one of the possibilities. It's about perception and acceptance too though, on top of fundamentals. So, it won't be overnight. Personally, I prefer honest money solution, or currency backed by tangible hard asset(s) or units of energy.

  8. Man you could make a subway token look great-but great coins like this are mzde too seem awesome by your supurb musical selection fits and subtle highlights-Bravo, its laScala on silver!so I felt compelled to like, sub and nomknate it for a Rocky video award…your efforts desrve much more

  9. I just ordered my 2013 panda should be with me any day now 😀 😀 thanks for sub and just started watching your videos and got to so bravo class work

  10. Well, based on the actions of BRICS and statements by the Chinese, it's pretty clear their plan is to make the Yuan directly convertible into gold and silver, much like the silver certificate system used to work in America many decades ago.
    We'll have to wait and see, though. Things are certainly going to get interesting on the global monetary scene.

  11. I don't think the chinese have forgotten how the west and the their bankers screwed them by demonetizing silver. Just as silver flowed to the east via trade imbalance in the old days, the dollar too now flows there in the same manner. They'll be damned if they repeat the same mistake of watching their accumulated wealth be wiped away. So, I doubt they'll make a first aggressive move, being too tied economically and because they have too many dollar reserve. But, I bet they have plans in case ..

  12. Agreed. Currently, the Chinese simply own too many American bonds to make a big play in gold and silver currencies. But hey, with the help of Brazil, Russia, India, South Africa, and now potentially Japan and Australia, you never know!

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