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By Bengeorgi Subscribe to RSS | April 12th 2012 | Views:
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One of the most recognized modern Chinese coin series internationally, the Panda coins is the bread and butter of modern Chinese precious metal coins. Issued every year since 1982, the Panda coins provide refreshing designs each year, setting the standard for all modern Chinese coins, leaving people in awe and satisfying Panda fans from every corner of the world. Panda coins can be roughly divided into three different classes: brilliantly uncirculated (BU) Panda coins, Proof Panda Coins and Commemoration Panda coins. Most BU Panda are defensive investment, with their values following international precious metal prices, which slowly grow over time. Proof Panda and Commemoration Pandas on the other hand are aggressive investment, with the investment values affected strongly by the mintage and designs, making them generally worth more compared to the international precious metal prices.

They are also in high demand by collectors, therefore a higher growth potential over a shorter period of time. Either way, most Panda coins have considerable investment values as well as collection value which make them desirable for investors and coin collectors alike. Here, we will have a look at the different Panda coins out there and how they fare in terms of their investment values and collection values. In particular, the following Panda coin will be discussed: BU Gold Pandas, BU Silver Pandas, Proof Pandas, Double-metal Pandas, Large Gold Pandas, Large Silver Pandas, Worded Pandas, Platinum and Palladium Pandas, and Official Commemoration Pandas. You will see that within every of these Panda types there are many coins which are extremely appealing, ranging from the most precious ones which worth a house or two, to the common but elegant coins which are pretty and affordable. As Chairman Deng would put it, it doesn’t matter whether it is a gold Panda or silver Panda, as long as it can entice a collector it is a good Panda!

Bengeorgi - About Author:
The Chinese Lunar Coins with 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac have been around since 1981 and since then, coins of all sizes and shapes even, have been released. At chinesecoins.com you can get the complete information about Chinese coins. To know the history of Chinese Lunar coins, Chinese coins and Panda coins visit our gallery.

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