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2019 China 50-gm Silver Chicago ANA Show Panda NGC PF70 First Releases
China’s Extremely Limited Windy City Silver Panda
For more than 125 years, the American Numismatic Association’s (ANA) World’s Fair of Money has drawn coin and note collectors from throughout the country and, in recent years, throughout the world. The 128th edition in 2019 was held in Chicago. Each year, the ANA show gives collectors the opportunity to gather along with mints, suppliers, and others in the field to discuss their favorite hobby and learn about historic coins, modern minting methods, and everything in between. Many mints take advantage of the opportunity by minting a piece just for the Fair – which is exactly what the China Mint did with these 2019 World Money Fair Panda Proofs.
Now you can get your paws on the largest silver version made available exclusively at the show! This 50-gram silver proof is struck in 99.9% pure silver and is a whopping 50 mm in diameter. The obverse mimics the design used by the China Mint for its 2011 Panda release. The Panda is shown holding the ANA’s “Lamp of Knowledge” logo along with the year date and precious metal content. As an added feature, the ANA logo is gilded in gold. The reverse features a modified version of the 1893 Columbian Exposition Half Dollar struck to commemorate the expo held in Chicago in 1893. The design is set within a larger image of Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry, a building constructed for the expo in 1893 and still stands today. This mintage for this special coin is extremely limited – just 888 – and will never be struck again!
Since 1984, China has been issuing medals for international numismatic shows. The issues have become extremely popular among collectors not only because of their beautiful designs but also because of their exclusivity. That is because mintages of the coins are extremely limited, a stark contrast to the millions of bullion Pandas that are issued. This 2019 Silver ANA Show Release Panda is no exception. Not only is it a low-mintage piece, but it also pays homage to numismatic history, both within the show series and with a famous design related to the country of issue and the host country of the event. Now, this proof is exclusively offered in the United States by GovMint.com, so order yours before it’s too late!
- EXCLUSIVE RELEASE IN CHINA’S EPIC PANDA SERIES – This Silver Panda was struck exclusively for the 2019 ANA World’s Fair of Money Show held in Chicago. It features a panda on the obverse with the ANA seal gilded in gold. The reverse shows a modified version of the 1893 Columbian Exposition Half-Dollar superimposed in front of an image of Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry.
- STRUCK IN HIGHLY-PURE SILVER – Each 2019 Chicago ANA Show Silver Panda Proof was struck in 50 grams of 99.9% silver and measures a large 55 mm in diameter.
- GRADED IN PERFECT PROOF CONDITION – Your 2019 Chicago ANA Show Silver Panda has been graded by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) as being in flawless Proof-70 condition, a distinction that means your perfectly-graded proof will have ZERO imperfections – showing all features and fields exactly as the engraver and mint intended.
- KEY FIRST RELEASES CERTIFICATION – NGC has graded your 2019 Chicago ANA Show Silver Panda to be a First Releases (FR) coin, a designation that means your coin was received by NGC or an NGC-approved depository within the first 30 days of its release
- EXTREMELY LIMITED EDITION – Only 888 of these exclusive silver Panda proofs were ever struck by China’s Shanghai Mint – a fitting number since the number “8” has long been regarded as the luckiest number in Chinese culture. Your proof will come sonically sealed in an acrylic coin capsule with a special ANA-themed label.
ANA Show Pandas are highly sought-after collectives that tend to sell out quickly. Don’t miss your shot at this 2019 ANA Show Panda!
|Year of Issue||2019|
|Mint Name||Shanghai New Century|
|Coin Weight||50 Grams - g|
|Weight||1.5 Ounce - oz|