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Gold Panda


The Chinese Gold Panda coins were first issued by the Chinese Mint in 1982 following the witness and success of other International Mints and the increasing global interests from both collectors and investors in bullion coins.

Struck in 99.9% fine gold, China Pandas are legal tender in People's Republic of China and are issued in 5 different denominations.


2019 30g Gold Chinese Panda Coin

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from £1,509

2016 15 gram Gold Chinese Panda Coin-200 Yuan

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from £790.40

2019 15g Gold Chinese Panda Coin

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from £836.40

2020 8g Gold Chinese Panda Coin

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from £458.60

2020 Panda Bullion 3-Coin Set Gift Boxed

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from £1,512

2020 3g Gold Chinese Panda Coin

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from £193.60

2020 1g Gold Chinese Panda Coin

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from £84.80

30 Gram Gold Panda

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from £1,505

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15 Gram Gold Panda

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from £789.60

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8 Gram Gold Panda

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from £424.20

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3 Gram Gold Panda

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from £183.40

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1 Gram Gold Panda

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from £81.80

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From 2016, to suit the international appeal of the coins, the old troy ounce weight system was replaced by a metric system of grams, a system widely used in the People Republic of China.

The central feature of the Panda as the most famous animal of the People's Republic of China and together with its affectionate characteristics, remains consistent throughout the years. The obverse side shows part of the famous Tiantán, also called the "Temple of Heaven". The pagoda is synonymous with traditional Chinese architecture.


Summary

  • Weight (g): 31.103
  • Pure gold content (g): 31.103
  • Fineness: 999.9
  • Dimensions: 32.69 mm diameter
  • VAT Free
  • Includes FREE Fully Insured Delivery
  • Add from a selection of oak gift boxes for your display or presentation purposes

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