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Why add the 2022 China 8 g Gold Panda ¥100 Coin GEM BU to your collection?
The 2022 China 8 g Gold Panda ¥100 Coin marks the 40th Anniversary of the Gold Panda series a milestone which is marked with a special privy mark, an uncommon addition to the series! These standout coins are available for your collection in GEM Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition.
40th Anniversary Double Panda Image
Reverse: One of the most iconic parts of the China Panda series is that the reverse design generally changes annually. Starting in 2019, the Mint began a series within a series that through 2028, will show panda cubs growing into full adulthood. This year's image, created by esteemed numismatic designer Huang Qin who has designed numerous Chinese coins, continues that narrative. In the 2022 design, two giant pandas are shown sliding downhill in the snow. The 40th anniversary privy mark also appears on this face of the coin.
Obverse: The standard obverse image remains unchanged annually. The famous Taoist Temple of Prayer for Abundant Harvests, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is featured. This site is located in the Forbidden City, near Beijing.
Stunning GEM Brilliant Uncirculated Condition
Gem Brilliant Uncirculated coins are mint state examples, which means that the coins have not been circulated. They generally retain all design details and have no evidence of friction or mishandling. They have abundant mint luster and spectacular eye appeal.
Add this exemplary GEM BU 2022 China 8 g Gold Panda ¥100 Coin with a one year only 40th Anniversary Privy Mark to your ModernCoinMart order today.
This 2022 China 8 g Gold Panda ¥100 Coin GEM BU is proudly minted by the Shenzhen Mint. The Shenzhen Mint operates under the China Mint and is sometimes referred to as Shenzhen Guobao Mint Co. Ltd.
|Year of Issue:||2022|
|Display Weight:||8 g|
|Weight in Grams:||8 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.2572 oz|
|Obverse Design:||Temple of Heaven in Beijing|
|Reverse Design:||Pair of Pandas sliding down the hill|