2022 1 Gram Platinum Chinese Panda Coins (BU) - Silver.com™
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2022 1 Gram Platinum Chinese Panda Coins (BU)

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For the first time in the history of one of the world’s most respected bullion programs, a platinum bullion coin is available to investors and collectors. The Chinese Panda Series has offered gold BU coins since 1981 and silver coins since 1983, with silver BU coins available as of 1989. In 2022, the Chinese Mint marks the 40th anniversary of the overall series with the debut of platinum coins. Today, 2022 1 Gram Platinum Chinese Pandas are available to you online at Silver.com.

Coin Highlights:

  • Available to ship to you in a presentation card!
  • Special 40th-anniversary release of Chinese Pandas!
  • Mintage limited to 100,000 coins only!
  • Consists of One Gram, or .03215 Troy oz, of .999 fine platinum in BU condition.
  • The face value of 30 (Yuan) is fully backed by the Chinese government.
  • On the obverse is the facade of the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests.
  • The reverse side features two Giant Pandas playing in the snow.
  • 40th-anniversary privy mark.

In 1981, the Chinese Mint launched the nation’s official bullion coin program with the release of the Gold Chinese Panda. This series initially featured 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz gold coins. In 1982, a 1/20 oz gold coin was added. In 1983, the first-ever Silver Panda was released. By 1989, that series had stabilized as a 1 Troy ounce silver series with .999 fine silver content.

All of the 2022 1 Gram Platinum Chinese Pandas are available to you for purchase with presentation cards from the Chinese Mint. The cards have details on the first-ever platinum release and denote the mintage of the 1 Gram platinum release. Each one of the coins comes in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.

On the obverse of 2022 Platinum Chinese Pandas is a depiction of the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests. This design has been a hallmark of the series since its 1981 debut and features the exterior of the Taoist religious site. This image features on all versions of the coin, from the original gold and silver coins to these new platinum coins.

The reverse side of the 2022 1 Gram Platinum Pandas features an all-new design for the 2022 coins. This image shows two Giant Pandas playfully enjoying some freshly-fallen snow. In the design, two pandas slide down a hill. One of the pandas is on its stomach as it slides down headfirst. The other panda is shown on its back with its feet first as it goes down the hill.

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Weight 0.03200 oz

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Brand: Chinese Mint

Year: 2022

Mint Mark: Not shown

Purity: .9995

Manufacturer: Chinese Mint

Thickness: .83 mm

Diameter: 10 mm

Condition: Proof

Face Value: 30 Yuan

Issuing Country: China

Edge Design: Reeded

Mintage: 100,000

Packaging Type: Plastic Capsule

Weight: .0322 Troy Ounce

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