Why add this 2020 ¥50 China 3 g Gold Panda to your collection?
The rich tradition of the Gold Panda Series continues with this 3 g 2020 piece. The Gold Panda Series began in 1982 with the first issue in four sizes, and a fifth was added the following year. Every year, with one exception, the series has enamored collectors with new designs. It is also noteworthy for the fact that, since 2016, it has been the only gold bullion coin series issued in metric units rather than imperial ones. This 3 g piece is the successor to the 1/10 oz coin that was struck through 2015. It was struck at the China Mint from .999 fine gold and is part of a mintage of 800,000 pieces. The coin will arrive in GEM Brilliant Uncirculated condition just as it was when it was first struck.
Adorable Baby Panda Design by Song Lina
The coin's obverse bears the series's traditional design, the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests. The building is a stunning example of classic Chinese architecture. It stands on a platform in the Chinese capital city's Temple of Heaven. The circular structure consists of three concentric tiers that lead up to a single pinnacle. Encircling the structure is a rim frame on which there are two inscriptions, the name of the issuing country in its native Chinese characters and the date, "2020."
On the reverse, a seated baby panda munches on bamboo leaves. It faces the holder as it feeds itself with one paw and reaches up to the tree above to grab more leaves with another. The design was created by Song Lina, a native of northern China who has spent years studying pandas. Inscriptions on this face include the coin's face value, which is set off to the left, and its weight and purity, "3 g AU .999."
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This 2020 China 3 g Gold Panda ¥50 Coin GEM BU is proudly minted by the China Mint. The China Mint is the national Mint of the People's Republic of China. Since 1982, it has produced the beloved Panda series.
|Year of Issue:||2020|
|Display Weight:||3 g|
|Weight in Grams:||3 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.0965 oz|
|Obverse Design:||Temple of Heaven in Beijing|
|Reverse Design:||Baby Panda Bear|
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