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Panda - Haut-Relief


  • Highest relief ever on a coin

  • 1kg pure 999 silver

  • True-to-life portrayal of a giant panda

  • Tremendous height of 2,75cm


UHR Panda PB   982653 Relief2
P. De Greef has delivered this absolute masterpiece: the most imposing and lifelike panda portrait that has ever been seen on a coin – and the highest coin relief to have ever been minted. The "Panda - Haut-Relief" was designed by the renown Belgian artist Beni Debacker and the coin is reflecting his exceptional artistic reputation in a striking manner! 

The giant panda is a mammal of the bear family and although its distribution area is very limited, it achieved world-wide publicity as the symbol of the World Wildlife Fund and other wildlife conservation programs. The species is highly endangered, with an estimated population of just over 1.800 living in the wild.
Item Number 996552

Ivory Coast


10.000 Francs

Year 2020
Quality Antique finish


Pureness 999 
Weight 1 kg
Diameter 100 mm, height: 2,75cm
Mintage 199

Ultra High Relief / First Edition

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