The Chinese Gold Panda coin series is an iconic offering in the precious metals market. Available since 1982, the Gold Panda coins were initially issued by the Chinese Mint in the traditional Troy ounce weight measurements. In 2016, major changes came to the Chinese Gold Panda collection. Right now, 1 Gram Chinese Gold Panda coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Coins arrive packaged in their original, sealed plastic!
- Issued in this weight since 2016!
- Contains 1 Gram (.0321 Troy oz) of .999 pure gold.
- Bears a face value of 10 (Yuan) backed by the government of China.
- The obverse face of the coin includes the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests.
- The reverse side of the coin features an annually rotating design of the Giant Panda.
Each of the 1 Gram Chinese Gold Panda coins offered to you here today comes inside of its original, sealed plastic package from the Chinese Mint. JM Bullion offers these 1 Gram gold coins with a guarantee they arrive inside the sealed packages. These coins come from random years of issue ranging from 2016 to present.
JM Bullion does not guarantee the date mark on the coin you receive with your purchase though. Our warehouse team will select your 1 Gram Chinese Gold Panda coin from our available supply in the warehouse when your order is processed for shipping.
Chinese Gold Panda coins had Troy ounce weight measurements from introduction until 2015. Starting in 2016, the Chinese Mint brought the program in line with the nations use of the metric system by changing the weight measurements to Grams.
On the reverse of the 1 Gram Chinese Gold Panda coin is the depiction of the Giant Panda. This species of bear is found only in China and lives in the south-central highlands. Pandas are large bears that live predominantly on bamboo, with the plant often featured in the designs of the coins.
The obverse of the Chinese Gold Panda coin features the edifice of the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests. This building is the primary structure in the greater Temple of Heaven complex which was constructed between 1406 and 1420 during the reign of the Yongle Emperor.
The Chinese Mint strikes the Chinese Panda coins in silver and gold each year. The mint does not issue mint marks on its coins, but it is known to strike the Chinese Gold Panda at the Beijing, Shanghai, Shenyang, and Shenzhen Mint locations.
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