This minting of the 1oz Panda gold coin is the fourth issue since 1982. These 99.9 troy oz fine gold coins are much sought after. The animal motifs of pandas are changed every year. The changing motifs are particular attractive designs which appeal to both collectors and investors alike. The 1985 Panda Gold Coin here is minted in brilliant uncirculated quality and sold in the original sealed packing.
Several Chinese mints produce the Panda gold coins and different designers are involved. Chinese mints usually do not employ mintmarks. Where more than one mint is involved there are small variations in the design or wording to identify the actual mint. The coins are available tax free for purchase. Worth knownig is thattThe coins are not available for sale within the Chinese market and are only available for sale to foreign markets.
A picture of the Hall of Prayers for Abundant Harvest in the Temple of Heaven with Chinese characters reading on top. "Zhonghua Renmin Gongheguo" meaning People's Republic of China. The year of issue „1985” is shown at the bottom. The picture has not changed since the first minting of these coins in 1982.
The motif shows a single Panda looking to the left hanging from a bamboo branch. To the left of the Panda motif the nominal value of 100 with the Chinese character for Yuan can be read. Around the base Chinese characters display size,1, followed to the right by metric purity „.999“ and „1 OZ Au.“
Mintage and Measurements:
A total of 55,539 coins were minted.
The 1985 1 oz coin has 32mm diameter.
The coin has a thickness of 2.70mm.
Country of origin: China
Year of minting: 1985
Fine weight: 31.10 g
Scratch resistance: Poor
Packing: Protective Mint-Sealed Pouch
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|Country of Origin||China|
|Issuer||China Gold Coin Incorporation|
|Gross Weight||31.10 gram|
|Denomination (oz)||1 oz|
|Year of issue||1985|
|Face value||100 Yuan|
|Packing||sealed in original Packing|
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