China Gold Panda

China 30 gram Gold Panda (Abrasions)

China 30 gram Gold Panda (Abrasions)
China 30 gram Gold Panda (Abrasions)

China 30 gram Gold Panda (Abrasions)

China 30 gram Gold Panda (Abrasions). Photos in this listing may or may not be stock photos. The photos are meant to be an indication of the product you will receive. Gold Panda coins you receive will have some abrasions and does not come in mint sealed packaging.

Coins will be random years and will be based on availability. Coins come in protective packaging. Obverse: Depicts the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests in the Temple of Heaven in Beijing encircled by People's Republic of China in Chinese closed off by the year of issue. Reverse: Varies by year of issue. Guaranteed by the People's Bank of China. Display your Gold Panda in style by adding an attractive display box.

Add the 30 gram Gold Chinese Panda coin to your cart today! The Gold Pandas were first minted in 1982 in 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz and 1/10 oz coins.

In 1983, they introduced the 1/20 oz sized coins. Some years also include 5 oz and 12 oz Gold coins.

In 2016, The Peoples Republic of China began minting Gold Pandas in the metric system sizes to better suit the international appeal of the coins. Each year, the design of the panda changes making them highly collectible. The only year they did not change design was 2002, which used the same design as 2001. Collectors spoke up about this halt in the design changes, and the annual design changes resumed in 2003.

The Peoples Republic of China issues and guarantees the quality of each Gold Panda coin. Gold Panda coins are minted from several mints each year. Those mints include but are not limited to Beijing, Shenzhen, Shanghai and Shenyang. Mint, these Chinese Mints do not incorporate mint marks to distinguish the difference between each mint every year. Some years such as 1987 do feature a Y mint mark or S mint mark.

The mints are also known for having minor differences in the design of the coin such as font size, small date, large date and designs of the temple in certain years mintages. With the annual change in design, and unique mint variations, the price of Gold Pandas has appreciated over time making them highly sought after by collectors and investors alike.

To add to their collectibility, the Peoples Republic of China issue specialty designed Gold Panda coins for coin expositions. These designs usually feature similar panda designs with extra scrollwork or other design enhancing features along with the expositions name and variations in the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests designs. This is not a photo of the actual item.
China 30 gram Gold Panda (Abrasions)