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What sizes does the Silver Panda come in?


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Hi all — I thought the Silver Pandas came in various sizes, but all I'm finding is the 30 gram size. I thought there were half ounce, five ounce, and kilogram sizes, and more. Are those still produced?

Also, regarding the 30 gram size, it appears that it was introduced in 2016, replacing the 1 troy ounce size. (A troy ounce is 31.1034768 grams exactly, due to the International Yard and Pound Agreement.)

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11 hours ago, Frost said:

50 gram, 150 gram  and Kilos were produced as bullion and commemoratives

Look at the article from Wikipedia to see denominations and sizes

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Thanks. I'm the person who put some of that information on the Wikipedia page yesterday. I don't know what sizes are produced currently though.

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On 30/06/2019 at 03:50, Bimetallic said:

Hi all — I thought the Silver Pandas came in various sizes, but all I'm finding is the 30 gram size. I thought there were half ounce, five ounce, and kilogram sizes, and more. Are those still produced?

Also, regarding the 30 gram size, it appears that it was introduced in 2016, replacing the 1 troy ounce size. (A troy ounce is 31.1034768 grams exactly, due to the International Yard and Pound Agreement.)

Many Silver Panda collectors were annoyed by the changeover to 30g of fine silver making it unique among other silver bullion coins which contain 1oz (31.10g). The changeover, however, hasn’t dented the enthusiasm for this beautiful coin.

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