2019 Pandas to Be Released 0n October 31, 2018

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    "The People's Bank of China will issue a set of 12 Panda gold and silver commemorative coins successively from October 30, 2018, of which 6 gold and silver commemorative coins made by Panda General System (issued on October 30, 2018) and 6 refined gold and silver commemorative coins of Panda (issued on December 10, 2018) are all legal tender of the People's Republic of China.

    I. Commemorative coin design
    The front of the gold and silver commemorative coin set is the Hall of Prayer for the New Year of Beijing Tiantan, and is printed with the national name and year number. On the back are drawings of mother and baby pandas, printed in denomination, weight and color.

    Ii. Specifications and circulation of commemorative coins
    (I) 1 gram circular gold commemorative coins are standard coins, containing 1 gram of pure gold, 10 mm in diameter, 10 yuan in denomination, 99.9% in color, with a maximum circulation of 1000000.
    (2) 3 grams of round gold commemorative coins are standard coins, including 3 grams of pure gold, 18 mm in diameter, 50 yuan in denomination, 99.9% of color, with a maximum circulation of 800,000.
    (iii) 8 grams of round gold commemorative coins are standard coins, including 8 grams of pure gold, 22 mm in diameter, 100 yuan in denomination, 99.9% in color, with a maximum circulation of 600,000.
    (4) 15 grams of round gold commemorative coins are standard coins, including 15 grams of pure gold, 27 millimeters in diameter, 200 yuan in denomination, 99.9% in color, with a maximum circulation of 600,000.
    (5) 30g round gold commemorative coins are standard coins, containing 30g of pure gold, 32 mm in diameter, 500 yuan in denomination, 99.9% in color, with a maximum circulation of 1000000.
    (6) 50g round gold commemorative coins are refined coins, containing 50g pure gold, 40mm in diameter, 800 yuan in denomination, 99.9% in color, with a maximum circulation of 20,000.
    (7) 100g round gold commemorative coins are refined coins, containing 100 grams of pure gold, with a diameter of 55 mm, a face value of 1,500 yuan and a color of 99.9%, with a maximum circulation of 10,000.
    (8) 150g round gold commemorative coins are refined coins, containing 150g pure gold, 60mm in diameter, 2,000 yuan in denomination, 99.9% in color, with a maximum circulation of 5,000.
    (9) 1 kg round gold commemorative coin is refined coin, containing 1 kg of pure gold, 90 mm in diameter, 10,000 yuan in denomination, 99.9% in color, with a maximum circulation of 500 pieces.
    (10) 30g round silver commemorative coins are standard coins, containing 30g sterling silver, 40mm in diameter, 10 yuan in denomination, 99.9% color, with a maximum circulation of 10000000.
    (11) 150g round silver commemorative coins are refined coins, containing 150g sterling silver, 70mm in diameter, 50 yuan in denomination, 99.9% in color, with a maximum circulation of 60,000.
    (12) 1 kg round silver commemorative coin is refined coin, containing 1 kg sterling silver, 100 mm in diameter, 300 yuan in denomination, 99.9% in color, with a maximum circulation of 20,000.

    This set of gold and silver commemorative coins were cast by Shenzhen National Treasure Mint Co., LTD., Shanghai Mint Co., LTD., and Shenyang Zhonggong coin Co., LTD., the general distributor of China gold coin corporation. Sales channels see China gold coin net."

    Best wishes,
    Peter Anthony
    NGC Consultant
    China Pricepedia — Chinese Coin Prices and More
    The Gold & Silver Panda Coin Buyer’s Guide 3
    www.pandacollector.com
     

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