One of the two smallest coins in the Chinese Gold Panda Series from the Chinese Mint is the 3 Gram coin. Previously issued from 1982 to 2015 as the 1/10 oz gold coin, since 2016 this coin has been the 3 Gram gold coin. Beautiful and affordable, the 3 Gram Gold Panda is a perfect option for investors. Today, 2020 3 Gram Chinese Gold Panda Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you inside of a plastic flip, the coin is not sealed!
- 39th release of 3 Gram Chinese Gold Panda coins!
- Contains 3 Grams (.0964 Troy oz) of .999 pure gold in BU condition.
- The face value of 50 (Yuan) is fully backed by the Chinese government.
- On the obverse side is a building known as the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests.
- The reverse side includes the new image of a young panda cub lying on its back.
The Chinese Mint introduced the Chinese Gold Panda coins in 1982 with four weights available. The weights available in that first year include the 1 oz gold coin and three fractional-ounce options: 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz. In 1983, the Chinese Mint made a quick addition to the series with a 1/20 oz gold coin. Since then, no additions or subtractions have been made to the series.
All 2020 3 Gram Chinese Gold Panda Coins are available to you for purchase online in Brilliant Uncirculated condition through this JM bullion listing. The coins are unsealed specimens and come to you inside of plastic flips.
On the obverse of the 2020 3 Gram Chinese Gold Panda Coin, you will find the building that is known as the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests. The building and the broader site is a Taoist religious complex. The Temple of Heaven is the location of this building and it is one of four Taoist religious complexes within the city of Beijing.
The reverse face of 2020 3 Gram Chinese Gold Panda Coins bears a new image each year, and this year’s design from Song Lina depicts just one Giant Panda cub. The cub is shown lying on its back in the grass with its paws playfully reaching for some bamboo leaves to munch on.
Chinese Gold Panda coins are produced annually at the Chinese Mint. Though it has various different mint locations that can produce its Chinese Panda bullion coins, the Chinese Mint does not use mint marks to identify the mint of origin.
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