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The celebrated Chinese Gold Panda 1oz coin is ranked as one of the best bullion investments on the precious metals market. Featuring a .999 purity and a unique design of an adorable panda each year, these gold bullion coins are highly sought after by both investors and collectors alike. Although they are legal tender in China, gold Pandas are accepted by precious metal dealers all over the world thus have a high liquidity appeal for when the time comes to cash in on your prized asset.
The 1oz Gold Panda stands out as one of the most attractive and appealing bullion coins thanks to its intoxicating design, precision engineering and 99.9% gold purity. Produced by the Republic of China Mint and quality assured by the Chinese government, the coins are made to the precise measurements and the highest bullion standards that are impossible to counterfeit. Chinese Gold Panda coins have global appeal that make them highly sought after and promise a profitable return on investment which represents excellent value for money.
Gold China Panda coins always feature the same obverse design, that of the Temple of Heaven in Beijing, one of the most esteemed and prized ancient landmark in the Republic of China. The country of origin and year of issue is also found on the obverse side. But it is the reverse side of the coins that attracts the most interst – the cuddly Panda bear. It is this side that most give the coins their value as the design changes each year so that every edition is unique. The 2014 coins feature a lone panda playing with a tree branch. In the background of the image is a bamboo field. The reverse side also gives details of the coin, namely the gold content and purity together with the face value of 500 yuan.
Gold Pandas were first introduced to the bullion market in 1982 and was immediately popular across the globe thanks to the adorable design, chosen by the Republic of China Mint as a recognized symbol of the country and to celebrate the Panda bears several million year history despite its well-known reluctance to reproduce. Given the vast land mass of China, the country set up several Mints throughout the country including Beijing, Shenzhen, Shanghai, and Shenyang. Gold Panda coins are produced in all refineries and sent to the China central bank for distribution. From the first year of production, it was decided to alter the design every year to give the coins a uniqueness not many other Mints around the world bother with. However, the China Mint changed their minds in 2002 and replicated the same design that had featured on the 2001 coins. Collectors were not happy and voice their protestations ultimately forcing the Mint to return to their original plan and produce a new design each year.
China Gold Pandas are manufactured to the highest standards by the official mints of the People's Republic of China. Replicating the coins is next to impossible and will certainly not escape the attention of experts like the experienced dealers at CoinInvest. Furthermore, we only buy Gold Panda coins that are accompanied with a certificate of authentication published by the Republic of China Mint so you can be assured that the China Panda coins you purchase from our online store are 100% genuine.
The 2014 500 yuan Gold Panda Coin is available to purchase from the CoinInvest online store for excellent prices. All you need to do is tell us how many coins you would like to purchase and add your order to your shopping basket by clicking on the orange strip above. All you have to do then is tell us the country you would like us to ship your order and proceed to checkout by following the online payment instructions. If you have any 2014 1oz Gold Panda coins for sale we would be delighted to hear from you. As a leading distributor of precision metal products in Europe, we are always keen to hear from sellers and offer highly competitive rates in accordance with market value prices.