Chinese 1 oz and 30 gram Gold Panda Coins
China 30 gram Gold Panda BU (Random Year, Sealed)
|1 - 9||$1,932.25|
|10 - 19||$1,927.25|
China 1 oz Gold Panda BU (Random Year, Sealed)
|1 - 9||$1,978.59|
|10 - 19||$1,973.59|
2018 China 30 Gram Gold Panda MS-70 NGC (Early Releases)
2011 China 1 oz Gold Panda Gem BU PCGS (FirstStrike®)
2010 China 1 oz Gold Panda MS-70 NGC
2008 China 1 oz Gold Panda MS-70 NGC
2007 China 1 oz Gold Panda MS-70 NGC
2000 China 1 oz Gold Panda Frosted Ring MS-69 NGC
1999 China 1 oz Gold Panda Large Date/Plain 1 MS-69 NGC (S...
1998 China 1 oz Gold Panda Small Date MS-69 NGC
1991 China 1 oz Gold Panda Small Date MS-68 NGC
1984 China 1 oz Gold Panda MS-67 NGC
Gold Pandas CollectibilityThe Gold Pandas enjoy enormous popularity across the globe because of their unique designs and their ability to appreciate. In 2016, the People's Bank of China decided to switch to the metric system, so the coins are labeled as 30 gram Gold coins instead of 1 oz Gold bullion. This does not change their value or collectibility, but since this was the first year of the change, the 2016 Gold Pandas could prove more valuable than other iterations.
China 1 oz Gold PandasGold Pandas enjoy a fantastic reputation in numismatics circles. However, the 1 oz Gold coins carry a face value of 500 yuan instead of just 10 yuan, and they are made with .999 fine Gold. Investors can buy these coins as an investment tool, while collectors can scoop up these coins as they become available, tracing the lineage all the way to the first minting in 1982. In 2016, the mint changed the weight system from ounces to grams, meaning the older Chinese coins will likely prove more valuable as the weight system is no longer used for Gold Pandas.
While not an exact conversion, the new gram sizes provide the closest metric equivalent to the similarly sized ounce counterparts: