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Each 2014 1/10th ounce Gold Panda is in brilliant uncirculated condition and will arrive in original mint sealed plastic sleeve.
These 2014 Pandas contain 1/10 troy ounce of .999 fine gold.
The 2014 Chinese 1/10 oz Gold Panda will be the star of your investment exhibit, just like their fuzzy counterparts are in zoos worldwide.
The treasured panda is an international symbol of China, making the Bank of China’s annual panda coin series — composed of .999 fine gold — an immensely popular investment.
The reverse of each 2014 Gold Panda features the image of a giant panda looking peacefully at the viewer while playing with a large branch. The bear is surrounded by a wall of bamboo, its main source of food. To the right lies the denomination 50 YUAN, and below the image is the inscription 1/10 OZ AU .999.
The obverse features the distinctive Temple of Heaven, along with the words “People’s Republic of China” written in Chinese characters over the top rim. The year 2014 is written on the bottom rim.
Pandas have been integral to diplomatic relationships between the United States and China, with the arrival of the bear to the U.S. in the 1970s, marking a major landmark in cultural relations. Pandas are no longer given as gifts, but they are available on loan.
Recently popular American-born pandas include a cub born at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. in August 2013, along with a pair of twin male cubs born at Zoo Atlanta in Georgia in July 2013.
When a panda is born, it weighs between 3 ½ and 7 ounces. In tribute, purchase seven ounces of gold, including a 2014 Chinese 1/10 oz Gold Panda. The coin makes a great addition to your collection, no matter how big or small.
|Composition||.999 Fine Gold|
|Mint/Brand||Shenzhen – Guobao Mint|
|Gold Content||0.10 troy oz|