Gold investment coin 15 g Yuan Panda
Chinese investment coins are being issued in a number of variants, allowing you to easily regulate how much money you invest in precious metals. A gold coin weighing 15 g is one of them.
The Panda coins, which are issued by the People's Republic of China, belong to the most well-known investment mintages. They were issued for the first time in 1982 and gained a place not only in investment portfolios but also in numismatic collections around the world. Their design is the key to success. While the design of the Austrian investment coins Wiener Philharmoniker or the South African investment coins Krugerrand has not changed for decades, the Panda coins have something new every year. As the name of the coins suggests, their reverse side bears a depiction of an iconic black-and-white bear in a variety of situations - eating, playing, with a baby ... The obverse side then always presents a depiction of Beijing's Temple of Heaven.
In 2019 you will find a panda holding a baby bear on a coin with a nominal value of 200 yuan. Therefore, the coins serve not only as an investment or addition to the collection, but also as a valuable gift for the birth of a child.
Note: China switched to the metric system in 2016 and a half-ounce coin was replaced by the coin weighing 15 g.