NGC recently received a peculiar-looking 2017 One Kilo Silver 300 Yuan Panda.

Although the coin weighed precisely one kilogram, just as it should, the coin was much thicker than other one kilo Silver Pandas. Unfortunately for the submitter, it turned out that this coin was a relatively high quality fake made mostly of copper and zinc.

Read the full article at NGC.

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