The China Panda Gold coin was first issued in 1982 and is the official gold bullion coin of the People’s Republic of China. Each year the China Mint changes the Panda design, which adds to the global appeal of the series. 2001 and 2002 are the only years where the Panda design was the same.
The 2019 China Panda 30 gram gold coin has a fineness of .999 gold and a nominal value of 500 Yuan.
The China Panda gold coin is produced at Mints in Beijing, Shenzhen, Shanghai, and Shenyang.
In 2016 the People’s Republic of China changed the measurement system of the Gold Panda from ounces to grams. The 1 oz Gold Panda was replaced with the 30 gram Gold Panda.
The China Panda gold coin for 2019 is available in 30g, 15g, 8g, 3g and 1g sizes.
The new design for 2019 depicts a giant mother Panda holding her baby Panda. In the background is a mountain setting. The engravings include the nominal value of 500 Yuan and the fine weight and purity of “30 g Au .999”. The coin edge is reeded and slightly raised, which protects the motif from damage.
The reverse side shows the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. The Temple was constructed between 1406 and 1420 and visited by Emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties for ceremonies of prayer for a good harvest. The Temple of Heaven is regarded as one of the most important and famous landmarks in China.
On the reverse side, the Inscriptions around the top outer edge are the country of origin in Chinese characters and translates as “PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA”. The year of issue “2019” is on the bottom.
Manufacturer: Chinese Mint
Country of Origin: China
Product Name: Panda Gold Coin
Gross Weight: 30 grams
Fine Weight: .9645 ounces
Diameter: 32 mm
Nominal Value: 500 Yuan
Date of Issue: 2019
Scratch Resistant: Poor
|Country of Origin||China|
|Issuer||China Gold Coin Incorporation|
|Gross Weight||30.00 gram|
|Year of issue||2019|
|Face value||500 Yuan|
|Packing||sealed in original Packing|
|Packing Unit||10 per sheet|
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