The Chinese Gold Panda coin was first issued in 1982, are .999 pure, and were originally issued in 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/20 oz weights. However, the Chinese Gold Pandas are now available in larger sizes, such as 5 oz, 12 oz, and kilo sizes. Chinese Gold Pandas are eligible for precious metal IRAs. Call a Gainesville Coins representative at (813) 482-9300 to discuss buying gold coins for your investment portfolio.
|Mintage||Annually since 1982 by the People's Republic of China.|
|Weights / Denominations||1 oz Gold Panda (500 Yuan), 1/2 oz Gold Panda (200 Yuan), 1/4 oz Gold Panda (100 Yuan), 1/10 oz Gold Panda (50 Yuan), 1/20 oz Gold Panda (25 Yuan)|
|Front / Obverse||The Gold Panda's obverse is the Temple of Heaven in Beijing, a series of Taoist buildings.|
|Rear / Reverse||The reverse design varies year to year. The 2013 Gold Panda Bullion coin features three Pandas drinking from a small pool of water.|
|Gold Bullion / Content||The Chinese Gold Panda is 99.9% Gold.|
|Other / Specifications||1 troy ounce Chinese Gold Panda coin has a diameter of 32.05mm, thickness of 2.70mm, and a gross weight of 1.00 troy ounces (31.102 grams), the 1/2 troy ounce Chinese Gold Panda coin has a diameter of 27 mm, thickness of 1.85mm, and gross weight of 0.50 troy ounces (15.552 grams), the 1/4 troy ounce Chinese Gold Panda coin has a diameter of 21.95mm, thickness of 1.53mm, and gross weight of 0.25 troy ounces (7.776 grams), the 1/10 troy ounce Chinese Gold Panda coin has a diameter of 17.95mm, thickness of 1.53 mm, and gross weight of 0.10 troy ounces (3.110 grams). The 1/20 Chinese Gold Panda coin has a diameter of 13.92mm, thickness of 0.83 mm, and gross weight of 0.05 troy ounces (1.555 grams). All Chinese Gold Pandas have reeded edges.|