After the success of the Fukang coin, we present you the second coin in the Atlas Meteorite series. We are in China, but we change the image of Panda to the one that appeared in 2015. The theme of this issue is dedicated to the Nantan meteorite, whose fragment was placed on the reverse.
The fall of this meteorite dates back to 1516, but its first fragments were discovered in 1958 near the Chinese village of Nandan. Its composition was mainly iron. The weight of one fragment varies from 10 grams to 2000 kilograms.
The coin’s color is very intense, dominated by violet imitating the starry sky and rose gold.
|This coin is no longer legal tender, as it is altered version of an original “legal tender” coin, enhanced by a private Mint in Germany, which is not related in any way to China Mint.|
Panda 10 Yuan 2015 – Nantan Meteorite – Atlas of Meteorites
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