Chinanews.com, November 19 According to the "People's Bank of China" WeChat public account on the 19th, the People's Bank of China is scheduled to issue a set of gold and silver commemorative coins for the Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympics on November 24, 2021.

There are 2 gold and silver commemorative coins in this set, including 1 gold commemorative coin and 1 silver commemorative coin, both of which are the legal tender of the People's Republic of China.

Commemorative coin pattern

  (1) Front pattern.

  The front design of this set of gold and silver coins is the emblem of the Winter Paralympic Games, with elements such as the Great Wall, snowflakes, etc., combined with the design, and the name of the country and the year are published.

  (2) Pattern on the back.

  The back of the 5g round gold commemorative coin is the mascot of the Winter Paralympic Games, supplemented by a combination of snowflake elements, and the words and denominations of "Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympics" are published.

  The pattern on the back of the 15-gram rectangular silver commemorative coin is the six sports icons of the Winter Paralympic Games, supplemented by a combination of core graphics, snowflakes, "Beijing 2022" Braille and other elements, and the words "Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympics" are published. And denominations.

Commemorative coin specifications and circulation

  (1) The 5g round gold commemorative coin is a refined coin, containing 5g of pure gold, 20mm in diameter, 80 yuan in denomination, 99.9% fineness, and a maximum circulation of 5000 pieces.

  (2) The 15-gram rectangular silver commemorative coin is a refined coin, containing 15 grams of pure silver, the size is 32 mm × 20 mm, the denomination is 5 yuan, the fineness is 99.9%, and the maximum circulation is 10,000.

  The set of gold and silver commemorative coins were minted by Shenyang Mint Co., Ltd. and Shanghai Mint Co., Ltd. and distributed by China Gold Coin Group Co., Ltd.

For details of sales channels, please refer to China Gold Coin Network (www.chngc.net/qd).


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