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China - The People s Republic: 20 YUAN 2011 - 1/20 oz .999 Au BU - PANDA

China - The People s Republic: 20 YUAN 2011 - 1/20 oz .999 Au BU - PANDA (CN1002X002222) by www.numizmatika.si
China - The People s Republic: 20 YUAN 2011 - 1/20 oz .999 Au BU - PANDA (CN1002X002222) by www.numizmatika.si
 1/20 oz Au
China - The People s Republic: 20 YUAN 2011 - 1/20 oz .999 Au BU - PANDA (CN1002X002222) by www.numizmatika.si
China - The People s Republic: 20 YUAN 2011 - 1/20 oz .999 Au BU - PANDA (CN1002X002222) by www.numizmatika.si
Chinese Panda weighing 1/20 oz from year 2011. The coin is packed in the original protective foil.
China - The People s Republic: 20 YUAN 2011 - 1/20 oz .999 Au BU - PANDA
  • STOCK: In stock
  • -  Product code: CN1002X002222
  • -  Weight used for delivery calculation: 0.020kg
  • -  Price does not include shipping costs.
    -  VAT is included in the sale price.

    It is charged in accordance with articles 102 and 104 of ZDDV-1,
    therefore, according to Article 110 of ZDDV-1 is not shown separately.
    Special arrangement: "Collectable items and antiques"

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148.20 EUR
Net price: 148.20 EUR

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Composition individual product
Main metalGold (Au)
Weight (troj.oz)1/20 ozt
Weight (grams)1.55 g
Purity (✕/1000)999/1000
Details
Year2011
TerritoryChina - The People's Republic
Denomination20 Yuan
ManufacturerChina Gold Coin Corp
Minting techniqueBU
Diameter14 mm
Orientation
PackigingOriginal foil
Actual photo?No
Additionally
Item typeCoin
The production and distribution of Chinese gold and silver coins is managed by the People's Bank of China (PBC) through its subsidiaries. The PBC was established in 1948, a year before the formal establishment of the People's Republic of China (PRC) in 1949. Initially, no gold and silver coins were issued, but in 1979 the State Council authorized the PBC to issue the first gold and silver coin on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the founding of the PRC. China has several mints. Among them are Shenyang Mint Co Ltd (1896), Shanghai Mint Co Ltd (1920), The Great Wall Gold & Silver Refinery of China (1970), Nanjing Mint (1985), Shenzhen Guobao Mint (2004). But in the past, the creation and distribution of PRC money was exclusively handled by two PBC subsidiaries. These are China Banknote Printing and Minting Corporation (CBPM). Today, it manages circulating coins and banknotes. A new company founded in 1987, initially named China Gold Coin Incorporation (CGCI), today China Gold Coin Group Co., LTD is responsible for the design, production and marketing of Chinese precious metal coins and medals.
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