2015 Chinese Gold Panda - MS-69 NGC

Specifications

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Year: 2015
Condition: MS-69
Weight (Au, Ag, Pt): 1 ozt
Minted by: Chinese Mint
Mintage: NA
Face Value: 500 yuan
IRA: Ineligible
Packaging: Plastic Case
Coins Per Tube: N/A
Purity: .999
Sell to Us: Spot + $55

Volume Pricing

1-9 $1,346.04 ea.
  • 10+ $1,336.04 ea.
The Chinese Gold Pandas are minted in Shanghai, Shenzhen, Beijing, and Shenyang by the People's Republic of China. These coins were introduced in 1982 and are 99.9% fine gold. The obverse of the Gold Panda coin depicts the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvest in the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. The reverse design changes annually, but remains consistently the image of the national icon panda bear, the wildly-loved animal native to the far east country. Each Chinese gold panda bears a 500 yuan face value.
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