Chinese Panda Coin


One of the most well-known bullion coins in circulation today is the Chinese Panda coin. Since 1982, it has been published annually by the People’s Republic of China.


The loving giant panda, a symbol of China that is recognized all over the world, is shown on this popular coin. The design of the China Gold Panda has been updated for years, except 2001 and 2002.  Yet it is still quite popular. Coins issued between 1982 and 2015 include fan favorites like the 1 oz Gold Panda as well as various fractional coins. Mintage is strictly limited. The Chinese Pandas are available in a range of sizes. Beijing, Shanghai, Shenyang, and Shenzhen are among the mints that create the Panda. In 2016 coins were struck according to the metric system with weights of 30g, 15g, 8g, 3g, and 1g respectively. The Panda is made at many mints in China.

Silver Chinese Panda Coin

Collectors and investors from all over the world look forward with great excitement to each year’s release of the Silver Panda, the flagship silver coin of China. This series of silver bullion coins is on par with other silver coins from around the world.  The countries are the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf and the Australian Silver Kookaburra. Each Chinese Silver Panda is struck in silver that has a purity of.9999 and is assigned a face value of 10 Yuan. This series features obverse designs that are rotated on an annual basis.  Each one depicts the iconic Chinese bear in a different way than the previous one. For instance, the reverse of the 2017 Silver Panda depicted a single panda enjoying its favorite food, bamboo. While the reverse of the 2019, Silver Panda featured a panda watching over one of its young. Both designs were issued by the United States Mint. On the other side, known as the obverse, there is always a depiction of the Temple in Heaven. The move from imperial units, such as the troy ounce, to metric units, such as grams, in 2016 was a momentous occasion in the annals of the history of the Chinese Silver Panda series. The Chinese Silver Panda series is sure to excite for many years to come as a result of its jaw-dropping designs. It features one of the most extraordinary animals on the entire planet.

Silver Coin Price

The face value is marked on each silver panda produced in China. Prices start at 300 Yuan for the 1-kilogram coin and decrease to 3 Yuan for the 1/4 ounce coin. These days, one-ounce coins having a face value of 10 Yuan tend to be the most often traded. The coins may be used as legal currency throughout the People’s Republic of China. The reason is coins have values in the country. No one uses these silver coins for their face value. The coins are worth more on the market than their nominal value would suggest.

Gold Chinese Panda Coin

Since 1982, the Chinese Mint has started producing gold coins in the form of the Chinese “Panda.” The appearance of the coins is updated annually; however, there are only minute variations in their dimensions. The design on the gold panda coin is one of a kind and completely original. A depiction of the Temple of Paradise can be seen on the front of the note, along with the inscription “Zhonghua Renmin Gongheguo,” The translation of this phrase is “People’s Republic of China”. The year that the note was issued also mentioned. The artwork of the Chinese giant panda, which can be seen on the reverse of the card, changes from year to year. These gold coins weight 30 grams and are composed of gold that is 99.90 percent pure (0.96 ounces).

Gold Coin Price

This gold coin has a value of one hundred Yuan from 1982 to 2000. To be precise, after the year 2000, it will be 500 yuan. Depending on supply and demand, the coin might be from any year between 1982 and 2016.

For more on the Chinese Panda coins, be sure to check out the Chinese Mint page and add these amazing coins to your portfolio!