CHINA HONG KONG WORLD'S LARGEST GOLD COIN

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A Hang Seng Bank handout photo shows bank executives; Andrew Fung (2L), Executive Director and Head of Global Banking and Markets, Donald Lam (L), Head of Corporate and Commercial Banking, Rose Lee (R), Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive and Nixon Chan (2R), Head of Retail Banking and Wealth Management, flanking what the bank says is the world's largest gold coin, Hong Kong, China, 09 January 2014. Hang Seng Bank has been awarded the exclusive right to display the monster coin, the '2012 Australian Kangaroo One Tonne Gold Coin', in Hong Kong. Issued by The Perth Mint as legal tender with a monetary denomination of one million Australian dollars (Euro 655,704.00), the coin contains one tonne of 99.99% pure gold and is officially recognised by Guinness World Records as the largest and heaviest coin in the world. As at 8 January, the gold value of the coin is more than HKD305 million (Euro 28,911,715.00). It is the first time the coin has been available for public viewing outside Australia.
A Hang Seng Bank handout photo shows bank executives; Andrew Fung (2L), Executive Director and Head of Global Banking and Markets, Donald Lam (L), Head of Corporate and Commercial Banking, Rose Lee (R), Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive and Nixon Chan (2R), Head of Retail Banking and Wealth Management, flanking what the bank says is the world's largest gold coin, Hong Kong, China, 09 January 2014. Hang Seng Bank has been awarded the exclusive right to display the monster coin, the '2012...
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