|Size||Fine Metal Content||Diameter||Weight||Fineness|
|30 g||30 g||32 mm||30 g||.999 or 24 kts|
|15 g||15 g||27 mm||15 g||.999 or 24 kts|
|8 g||8 grams||22 mm||8 g||.999 or 24 kts|
|3g||3 g||18 mm||3 g||.999 or 24 kts|
|1 g||1 g||11 mm||1 g||.999 or 24 kts|
First produced in 1982, each new issue features a different design celebrating China’s iconic Giant Panda on the obverse side along with the face value in yuan. The image of the Temple of Heaven from Beijing’s Forbidden City is the same image that has been on the reverse since this coin was first struck in 1082.
Starting in 2016, the People’s Bank of China changed the Chinese Panda incremental sizes from ounces to grams.
One interesting thing to note, the Pandas are one of the few bullion coins lacking any identifying marks from its sovereign mint.