Chinese Gold & Silver Pandas | Chinese Bullion

Silver & Gold pandas have extremely limited mintage's and are the most sought after government minted bullion coin in the world.

The People's Republic of China, including the mints of Shenzhen, Beijing, Shenyang and Shanghai, has been striking Gold and Silver Pandas for over 30 years. The series quickly became one of the most auspicious of the 1980's, after Gold Pandas were first released in 1982, followed by the Silver Panda in 1983. With new designs revealed each year and highly-limited release numbers, collectors eagerly await each new coin, making them sought-after additions to any gold or silver portfolio.
Provident Metals provides a considerable array of gold and silver Chinese coins, each displaying a different image of the country’s much-adored national treasure, the Giant Silver Panda.
The Giant Panda’s striking coloring makes it the embodiment of the Yin and Yang, an idea deeply rooted in Chinese culture. The black and white contrasting forces of nature, when balanced, symbolize harmony, goodwill and even luck. Therefore, China has endowed several countries, including the United States, with a gift of a live Panda as an expression of friendship, prosperity and peace.

As a result of habitat loss and low birthrates, the revered Panda is an endangered species, with fewer than 2000 living in the wild today. Despite its distinction as a national treasure and its revered history as a symbol of strength and endurance, the Giant Panda has assumed near obscurity in ancient Chinese art. There are few, if any, artistic depictions prior to the twentieth century. This makes the Chinese Gold and Silver Panda an even more exciting piece of Chinese--and likewise world--history.

On the obverse of each beautiful Chinese coin is the depiction of the Temple of Heaven, one of the world’s most commendable architectural feats. Built between 1406 and 1420, the Temple of Heaven was engineered during Emperor Yongle’s reign to commemorate the Winter Solstice. More than 550 years later, the temple was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988.

Our gold and silver Chinese coins are available in various sizes, years of issue and design. For more information about bullion content, product descriptions, years of issue and availability, please take a moment and browse Provident Metals’ convenient website. By utilizing our secure online ordering system, you will have access to the most cost-effective, timely shipping available.
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1 oz Chinese Gold Panda | In Plastic

Reg: $1,392.03

Sale: $1,391.88

As low as:  
2004 1 oz Chinese Silver Panda
1989 1 oz Chinese Silver Panda
1/4 oz Chinese Gold Panda
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