The China Panda 8 g Gold Coin 2018 is here! Introduced in 1982, the China Panda gold coin has global appeal with both investors and collectors. The series features annual design changes which adds to the popularity of the coin program.
Each year the China Panda gold coin depicts a new representation of the iconic panda bear. The Panda is an important animal in Chinese culture and history which is why it is called a “National Treasure”. The Chinese regard pandas as a symbol for friendship and peace.
Fine Weight, Fineness and Face Value
Since 2016, China Panda gold coins are no longer issued in ounces, but with the metric gram system. The 8 g China Panda 2018 is the counterpart to the 1 / 4oz coin.
Fineness Fine Weight Diameter Nominal Value
999/1000 8g 22mm 100 yuan
The value side of the China Panda gold coin always remains unchanged, showing the Temple of Heaven (Chinese: Tiantán) in Beijing. Inscripted above the temple, in a semicircle, is the "People's Republic of China" in Chinese characters. The year of issue is stamped on the bottom of the coin.
The reverse side of the coin depicts a giant panda eating a bamboo shoot.
In his right paw he holds a single bamboo branch with several leaves. Along the top outer edge of the coin are the fine weight of “8g”, the elemental symbol for gold “Au” and the fineness of “999”. Along the bottom outer edge is the nominal value of 100 yuan.
China Panda Gold coins have excellent quality and are ideal for both investors and collectors.
The coins have beautiful designs with a high level of gold purity.
Gold Pandas are easy to buy and sell around the world.
Fractional size coins like the 8g China Gold Panda offer lower price points than the traditional 1oz size.
Country of origin: China
Year of minting: 2018
Fine weight: 8 g
Scratch resistance: Poor
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