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The Chinese Gold Panda was first introduced in 1982 and has since been in continuous production.
The obverse portrays the Temple of Heaven, a UNESCO world heritage site that consists of a complex of religious buildings located in the central parts of Beijing. Above the Temple of Heaven is a text in Chinese that means “People’s Republic of China” and inscribed at the bottom is the year of mintage.
The reverse depicts a panda clutching a branch, with a bamboo forest in the background. The face value of 200 yuan is below the panda bear. The weight “15 g” and the gold content marked “Au .999” are inscribed at the bottom.
|15 g Chinese Panda 2016 Gold Coin||Gold weight|
|Weight||Nominal||Diameter in mm||Sample||Weight in g||Grams|
|1.00 g||10 yuan||10||24 carats||1.001||1|
|15.02 g||200 Yuan||27||24 carats||15.015||15|
|3.00 g||50 yuan||18||24 carats||3.003||3|
|30.03 g||500 yuan||32||24 carats||30.03003||30|
|8.01 g||100 yuan||22||24 carats||8.008||8|