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The Panda coin is different to many other coins due to the annually changing design. The reverse of the panda always has the Temple of Heaven, Beijing displayed, the border of Scriptures and the date changes depending on the year. The obverse of the coin depicts the denomination and Panda bears, these illustrations change every year.
In 2016 the silver Panda was the first of it's kind to be produced to a metric gram measurement rather than a troy ounce (31.1035g) of Silver. Panda coins denominated in troy ounces were discontinued by the Chinese mint at the end of 2015 because China has adopted the metric system, the 1oz silver Panda was effectively replaced by the 30g silver panda.
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