With the year 2017, the special feature of consistently weighting China Panda coins into full grams will be continued. The unique selling point has attracted a lot of attention in 2016 and created a great demand. Many coins are extremely difficult to obtain for foreign countries. In spite of the relatively high circulation, the current year could lead to a shortage on the market in the future and, in addition to the change in the gold price, could also create a collector's value on the investment coin.
The motif shows like last year a panda bear, in the new year 2017, however, he sits on the ground away from the bushes and trees and holds his main food source, a bamboo branch, in his hands. The lower side also serves as background for the inscription "150g Au .999".
The reverse shows the impressive representation of a temple from Beijing, which adorns all silver and gold coins of the series.
The version in polished plate (PP) you get in a noble, hinged, red box, which holds the gold coin in a capsule. In the box you will also find a certificate of authenticity.