Chinese Panda Coin
The Chinese Panda is a series of silver and gold bullion coins issued by People’s Republic of China. China issued its first gold coins picturing a panda design in 1982. These popular coins are uncirculated and issued in proof-like brilliant quality. There are several mints that produce these coins, including but not limited to: Beijing, Shenzhen, Shanghai and Shenyang. Unlike coins minted by other world mints, Chinese mints usually do not employ mintmarks. The official distributor in China for the silver and gold Panda coins is China Gold Coin Corporation (CGCC), and the official distributor for overseas is China Great Wall Coins Investment Ltd. Singapore Gold Coins Investment Pte Ltd is the sole authorized distributor for Panda Coins in Singapore.
Obverse: Depiction of the Temple of Heaven in the center with Chinese characters at the top that says People’s Republic of China, and the year of issue at the bottom. Commemorative issues will also have their theme marked at the bottom.
Reverse: Different portraits of panda that changes every year (except for 2001 and 2002, which share the same design).
Denominations & Face Value
The panda coins are legal tender in People’s Republic of China, and are currently issued in face value denominations of 500, 200, 100, 50, 25 and 10 Yuan. These gold and silver bullion coins are minted in different sizes, ranging from 1/20 troy oz. to 1 troy oz.
Reasons to go for Panda Coin?
Low interest rate environment and the ever volatile financial market had pushed more investors to seek for alternatives to secure their wealth and diversify their investment portfolio.
Panda Coin is always a good choice to protect your wealth against inflation & uncertainty, geopolitical unrest and currency depreciation.
The below are some of the pointers for investors to consider in Panda Coins: