The smallest coin available in the 2020 Chinese Gold Panda release is the 1 Gram coin. Replacing the 1/20 oz gold coin, the 1 Gram Gold Panda is now the smallest coin and is an affordable option for any investor looking to buy gold. Right now, 2020 1 Gram Chinese Gold Panda coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives sealed inside of original mint packaging!
- 38th release year for 1 Gram Chinese Gold Panda coins!
- Contains 1 Gram (.03215 Troy oz) of .999 pure gold in BU condition.
- Bears a face value of 10 (Yuan) backed by the government of China.
- Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests is depicted on the obverse.
- New Giant Panda design captures a young panda cub on the reverse design element.
Each of the 2020 1 Gram Chinese Gold Panda Coins in this product listing is a sealed specimen that is available to you in original mint packaging. The coins are offered to you in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
The Chinese Gold Panda Coin is available from the Chinese Mint on an annual basis with five weights in total. When it was first introduced, the series included 1 oz gold, 1 2 oz gold, 1 4 oz gold, and 1 10 oz gold. The series grew in 1983 to include the 1/20 oz gold coin. As of 2016, all of those weights have been transitioned to the Gram weights with the 1 Gram Gold Panda replacing the 1/20 oz coin.
For the obverse field of the 2020 1 Gram Chinese Gold Panda Coin, you will find a design of the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests that has been used on this field of the coins since 1982. The building is the largest in the Temple of Heaven Complex.
In the reverse design element of 2020 1 Gram Chinese Gold Panda Coins, the Chinese Mint debuts another new design in 2020. Designed by Song Lina, a native of northeastern China, the image depicts a young Giant Panda cub on its back playing with bamboo leaves.
The Chinese Gold Panda coins are popular, in part, because the Chinese Mint uses new designs on the reverse field each year. The only time this did not hold true was in 2002 when the design element from the 2001 issue of the coins was repeated. After a boisterous uproar from investors, the Chinese Mint returned to using new designs each year.
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