Chinese Panda 30g Gold Coin - Post 2015
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Items can be posted to us - we recommend using Royal Mail Special Delivery service to ensure your goods are delivered securely. Alternatively, they can be brought into our secure showroom upon appointment.
Step 1: Download, print, and complete our 'Sell To Us' form and include this inside your parcel with your securely wrapped items.
Step 2: Send your parcel to Atkinsons, 202 Gracechurch Centre, The Parade, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, B72 1PA. Royal Mail Special Delivery should be used to safely post your items. Parcels can be insured up to £2,500.00. Parcels with a value exceeding this should be split into packs each containing a value of less than £2,500.00.
Step 3: When your parcel has arrived with us, our purchasing team will contact you to agree the finalised price. Payment can then be made by bank transfer, with funds appearing in your account within 72 hours. There may be an option to have a same day payment subject to limits and cut off times (a charge of £25 is applicable). Personal cheques are also available if preferred.
If you have any further questions please contact one of our experienced team on 0121 355 0620 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please Note: Quotations are an indication of the price only, based on the current metal price. The actual price you receive will be based on the live metal price when we receive your items. All goods are tested to verify weight and purity.
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The Chinese Panda 30g Gold Coin features a different panda or pandas, depending on the year date, on the obverse of each coin.
The reserve of the coin changes each year, but always resembles a panda in a traditional Chinese setting.
- Each coin weighs 30.0g and is 999.9 Fine Gold.
- Dimensions: Diameter: 32.00mm.
Coins can include any of the following dates; 2016 to present.
China issued its first gold coins picturing a Panda in 1982. The Chinese Panda coins are one of the only bullion coins to change its design each year, with exception to the 2001 and 2002 coins which share the same design.
There are several mints that produce these coins across China. These include but are not limited to: Beijing, Shenzhen,Shanghai and Shenyang. Chinese mints usually do not employ mintmarks.
The included coins are not limited to those listed above. To check the value of your coins, call us on 0121 355 0620 or email us at email@example.com.
Central China MInt