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The 2020 Chinese 8 gram Gold Panda Coin ¥100 coin contains .257 troy ounces of gold bullion. The melt value of one 2020 Chinese 8 gram Gold Panda Coin ¥100 coin is $379.85 based on the current gold spot price.
The release date for these coins is anticipated to be December 02, 2019.
The Chinese Gold Panda Coins are iconic gold bullion coin series produced by the People's Bank of China. Gold Chinese Pandas were first introduced in 1982 and they have been minted every year since then.
The 2020 Chinese Gold Panda Coin features a new reverse design. An adorable image of a baby panda enjoying its favorite snack, bamboo leaves. The coin's face value is inscribed to the left, while its weight and purity, "8 G Au 999," is inscribed a long the rim in the upper right.
The reverse design changes every year, the obverse design remains a constant. At the center of the obverse is The Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests, which is located in Beijing's Temple of Heaven. The tiered circular building is an example of traditional Chinese architecture. At the top is the name of the issuing country in Chinese characters, while at the bottom is the date, "2020."
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