Any quantity available for $19.99 per coin over spot!
1 oz gold coins are a favorite of investors who buy gold as a store of wealth. The 1 oz weight in gold is the most popular unit of weight and is available across a range of products that include bullion coins, minted ingots, and even cast gold bars. The Chinese Panda Gold Series is one of countless major gold bullion programs with a 1 oz option. Provident Metals now offers Chinese Panda 1 oz Gold Coins to you for purchase online from random years.
When you purchase a Chinese Panda 1 oz Gold Coin in this product listing, the item or items you receive come individually packaged inside of protective plastic flips. This is a varied condition listing, which means the coins you receive could be in conditions that range from brand new to those with light wear or flaws and those with heavy damage.
This is also a random year listing. Provident Metals selects your coins at our discretion based on availability when your payment is processed. As a result, we are not able to hand-pick a certain date mark or condition for you. If you buy multiples, please note you may get matching date marks and conditions for your coins.
The obverse side of the Chinese Panda 1 oz Gold Coin comes with the same design each year. From 1982 onward, the Chinese Mint has used an image of the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests. This building was constructed between 1406 and 1420 in Beijing during the broader construction process for the Temple of Heaven Complex, one of four Taoist religious sites in the city.
On the reverse face of Chinese Panda Gold Coins is a new image of the Giant Panda species. This side of the coin features a new design each year, with one exception. In 2002, the Chinese Mint repeated the image from the 2001 coin, but the move was met with disdain from investors and the mint never repeated the move.
Chinese Panda 1 oz Gold Coins debuted in 1982 at the Chinese Mint. From 1982 to 2000, the coins had a face value of 100 Yuan. From 2001 to 2015, the coin had a face value of 500 Yuan. In 2016, the Chinese Mint ended its use of Troy oz as the unit of weight measurement and the series transitioned to Grams, with the 1 oz gold coin becoming the 30 gram gold coin.
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|Mint Mark||Not Shown|
|Country||People\'s Republic of China|
|Product Series||Chinese Panda|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|Metal Content||1 Troy Ounce|
|Shipping||Orders over $99 Ship Free|