China Lunar Exploration Program’s First Successful Moon Landing, China, 2014, 1oz

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The People’s Bank of China is to issue a set of gold and silver commemorative coins for China Lunar Exploration Program’s First Successful Moon Landing on January 22nd  2014. The set of coin consists of a gold coin and a silver coin, both of which are the legal tender of the People’s Republic of China.

I. Design of the coins

i. Obverse design

The gold and silver commemorative coin bear the common obverse of the national emblem of the People’s Republic of China, the title of PRC and the year date.

ii. Reverse design

The reverse of the 1/4oz gold coin features the image of the “Lunar Rover” which is carrying out the exploration on the surface of the moon, against the decorative designs of the earth, together with the words “China Lunar Exploration Program’s First Successful Moon Landing” in Chinese and the face value.

The reverse of the 1 oz silver coin depicts the image of the “Lander” and the “Moon Rover” which is photographing each other against the decorative designs of the earth, together with the words “China Lunar Exploration Program’s First Successful Moon Landing” in Chinese and the face value.

II. Specifications and mintage of the coins

The 1/4 oz gold coin is proof in quality, 22mm in diameter, 100 Yuan in face value, 99.9% in fineness and contains 1/3 troy ounce of pure gold. The total mintage is 10000 pieces.

The 1oz silver coin is proof in quality, 40mm in diameter, 10 Yuan in face value, 99.9% in fineness and contains 1 troy ounce of pure silver. The total mintage is 20000 pieces.

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