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The Chinese Gold Panda series of coins is an ongoing issue from the People’s Republic of China that celebrates one of their great national symbols, the Giant Panda. Since their introduction in 1982, these .999 gold bullion coins have been prized by collectors who eagerly await the unveiling of a new design each year. The Gold Panda coins are produced at several different mints throughout mainland China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Shenyang.
The 1 oz and 30 gram Gold panda serves as legal tender in china and displayed the face value of 100 yuan until the year 2000. Subsequent Gold Pandas carry the following denominations: 500 Yuan, which contains one troy ounce of pure gold and measures 32.05 mm in diameter; 200 Yuan, which contains one half-ounce of pure gold and measures 27.0mm in diameter; 100 Yuan, which contains one quarter-ounce of pure gold and measures 21.95mm in diameter; 50 Yuan, which contains one tenth-ounce of pure gold and measures 17.95mm in diameter, and, finally, in 25 Yuan, which contains one twentieth-ounce of pure gold and measures 13.92mm in diameter.
In 2016, the Chinese government left the troy ounce measuring system in favor of the metric system. The 500 Yuan coin now weighs 30 grams (0.9645 troy ounces), the 200 Yuan coin weighs 15 grams (0.4822 troy ounces), the 100 Yuan coin weighs 8 grams (0.2572 troy ounces), the 50 Yuan coin weighs 3 grams (0.0965 troy ounces), and the 20 Yuan coin weighs 1 gram (0.0321 troy ounces).
As mentioned above, the Chinese Gold Panda is issued annually with a new design on its reverse. The obverse has continually depicted the famous Temple of Heaven, Beijing’s six hundred year old Taoist temple, but the reverse receives a new portrait of a Giant Panda in varying poses and settings each year. This yearly design renewal grants the Chinese Gold Panda a place of honor among the world’s bullion coins.
|Grade Designation||Mint State|
|Composition||.9999 Fine Gold|
|Gold Content||1 troy oz|