The China Panda gold coin series was first introduced in 1982 by the People’s Republic of China. The model for the China Panda series is the Giant Panda, which has become a symbol of species protection. The endangered pandas are native to China. The motif on the coins changes annually, with the exception of 2001 and 2002, where the same panda design can be seen. The coins are very popular with both investors and collectors.
The China Panda 1oz Gold Coin 2007 has a purity of 999/1000 gold. China only makes the coins for international investors and collectors and is not available in China.
On the motif side of the China Panda Gold Coin is the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. Built in 1420, the temple complex is a national symbol of China. Above is the inscription "People's Republic of China" in Chinese characters. The year of issue “2007” is engraved below the Temple of Heaven. The transcriptions are in a set frame.
The 2007 China Panda Gold Coin shows a mother with her baby panda sitting on the ground while eating. On the right side of the coin is a bamboo tree. The baby is seen eating and playing in the foreground of the coin. In the background is the big panda with a bamboo branch in its mouth. The nominal value "500 元" is shown in the upper left quarter. At the lower edge of the coin is the fine weight and purity shown as "1oz Au .999".
Dimensions and Edition
The total circulation of the 2007 China Panda 1oz edition is 150,000 pieces. The coin has a weight of 1oz, a diameter of 32 mm and a thickness of 2.7 mm.
Country of origin: China
Year of minting: 2007
Fine weight: 31.103 g
Scratch resistance: Poor
|Country of Origin||China|
|Issuer||China Gold Coin Incorporation|
|Gross Weight||31.10 gram|
|Denomination (oz)||1 oz|
|Year of issue||2007|
|Face value||500 Yuan|
|Packing||sealed in original Packing|
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