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Chinese Gold Panda

Buy Chinese gold Panda coins from BullionByPost. The Chinese gold Panda coins were first issued by the Chinese Mint in 1982 following the success of other bullion coins from international mints, and the increasing global interest from both collectors and investors in bullion coins.

Struck in 99.9% fine gold, China Pandas are legal tender in the People's Republic of China and are issued in 5 different denominations. All of our gold Panda coins include free, fully insured delivery.

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Chinese Gold Panda History

We have gold Panda coins for sale at low premiums, perfect for investors and collectors. Originally produced in the traditional troy ounce system, from 2016, to suit the international appeal of the coins, the system was replaced by a metric system of grams, a system widely used in the People's Republic of China. This makes the gold Panda series quite unusual in official bullion coins.

The central feature of the Panda coins is unsurprisingly the titular animal. As the most famous animal of the People's Republic of China with its affectionate characteristics, a new design is used each year, adding a collectable touch to the series.

The obverse side shows part of the famous Tiantán, also called the "Temple of Heaven". The pagoda is synonymous with traditional Chinese architecture. The series also include the Chinese silver Pandas as with many other popular bullion series.

Chinese Gold Panda Price

Chinese Gold Panda prices are derived from the value of the gold each coin contains. Each Chinese gold Panda coin weighs 30g or 31.10g, and is struck to a purity of 24 carat, meaning they contain 30g or 31.10g of pure gold.

Chinese Gold Panda prices can vary thanks to the coin's history and numismatic appeal, with certain years or designs being particularly desirable with collectors. The price of a new Chinese gold Panda coin will typically be based on today's gold price, with a small premium to cover the cost of manufacturing and supply of the coin. Older or rare Chinese gold Panda coins can cost considerably more than the UK gold price. With the global price of gold being primarily calculated in dollars, periods in which the pound is weak versus the dollar will see UK Chinese gold Panda prices rise, while a strong pound would see lower prices in the UK.

Our Chinese gold Panda prices are displayed in real-time, updating every two minutes in-line with the current gold spot price. Investment gold is VAT-free, and the Chinese gold Panda price shown includes fully insured delivery.

Chinese Gold Panda Coin Specification

The Chinese gold Panda coin is a Chinese gold coin manufactured by the China Gold Coin Incorporation. Chinese gold Panda coins weigh 30g or 31.10g with a diameter of 32mm. Chinese Gold Panda coins are manufactured from 24 carat gold.

Chinese Gold Panda Value

Investors often ask what is the value of a Chinese gold Panda? Chinese gold Panda coins have a face value of 100 yuan from 1982 to 2000, and 500 yuan after 2000. It is important to note that the face value is a nominal amount that has no bearing on the actual value of the coin. As mentioned, the Chinese gold Panda coins main value can usually be worked out based on the current gold price. It is this simplicity that makes gold bullion coins appealing. They are bought and sold based on their intrinsic metal value without having to worry about any numismatic value and more complicated selling process.

You can always find a simple benchmark value for a Chinese gold Panda thanks to the publicly available spot price. The value of a Chinese gold Panda is therefore generally the same regardless of the year and is just based on the metal content. Some years of Chinese gold Panda might command a further premium. A lower mintage, or special design could see their value increase beyond their metal content.

The easiest way to work out a Chinese Gold Panda value is to use its gold weight of 30g or 31.10g and multiply that by the current gold spot price in grams. As a coin with a purity of 999.9 fineness, it's important to calculate the 24 carat Chinese gold Panda value, to ensure you have an accurate price.

How Much are Chinese Gold Panda Coins Worth?

If you are wondering how much are Chinese Gold Panda coins worth, a simple rule of thumb is that a Chinese gold Panda has 30g or 31.10g of pure gold, roughly 1 troy ounce. If you see the gold price in troy ounces you can therefore work out how much a Chinese gold Panda is worth quite quickly.

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