China to Issue Commemorative coins for Jian-10 Fighter Plane
The People's Bank of China (PBC) made an announcement on Monday 28th May 2007 that it will issue a set of special coins commemorating the Jian-10 Fighter Planes. One is a gold coin and the other is a silver coin.
Both coins will be legal tender of the People's Republic of China. The design on the second side of the 0.33-ounce gold coin is a flying formation of the Jian-10 fighter planes with its denomination and the Chinese characters "China Jian-10 fighter plane," on it.
The gold coin has a diameter of twenty-three millimeters. The denomination of this coin is 150 Yuan. The gold coin is 99.9% pure. The PBC will issue, at most, 10,000 of the 0.33-ounce gold coins.
The design on one side of the commemorative coins consists of China's national emblem, China's national title, and the year it was issued.
The pattern on the second side of the one-ounce silver coin is an ascending Jian-10 fighter plane with its denomination and the Chinese characters, "China Jian-10 fighter plane," on it. The one-ounce silver coin has a diameter of 40 millimeters. The denomination of this coin is 10 Yuan. The silver coin is 99.9% pure. The PBC will issue, at most, 20,000 one-ounce silver coins.
It is not often China issues commemorative coins so these will be much in demand. Further information about the Chinese Commemorative coins will be issued as it comes to ha