Why Order This BU 2023 China 15 g Gold Panda?
The very first Gold Panda coins were issued by China in 1982. The series has been running for over four decades now and it is a hit with collectors around the world. There are more gold bullion coins to choose from than ever before, but the Gold Panda has continued to enjoy a high level of popularity. One reason for this is the annually changing design. Collectors always have a surprise to look forward to each year. Another reason is the 2019 through 2028 series within the series, which follows a panda from birth, growing into adulthood over the course of its life. This Gold Panda weighs just under 1/2 Troy oz.
- This gold coin has a brilliant uncirculated finish.
- This 2023 Gold Panda was struck from 15 grams of .999 fine gold.
- This 15 gram Gold Panda is 200 Yuan legal tender in the People’ Republic of China.
- No more than 200,000 (a decrease of 50,000 compared to 2022) will ever be released.
Exquisite New Panda Design for 2023
Obverse: The date can be found on the obverse near the lower edge. The incredible structure shown here is located in Beijing, this is the Temple of Heaven.
Reverse: As mentioned, the 2023 panda design is part of the series within the series. This year it shows a young panda as it plays with another panda in a leafy tree. If you’re looking for the gold content, it’s near the upper left.
BU 15 g Gold Panda
This 15 g Gold Panda has a brilliant uncirculated finish, making it a great choice for either a carefully curated collection or growing stack of precious metals.