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Title: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: snowball on August 06, 2008, 09:12:36 PM
Silver panda coin mintages:  http://pandausa.com/silverpandamintage.html (http://pandausa.com/silverpandamintage.html)
Gold panda coin mintages:  http://pandausa.com/goldpandamintage.html (http://pandausa.com/goldpandamintage.html)
Platinum panda coin mintages:  http://pandausa.com/platinumpandamintage.html (http://pandausa.com/platinumpandamintage.html)
Panda medal mintages:  http://pandausa.com/pandamedalmintage.html (http://pandausa.com/pandamedalmintage.html)


Attached is Chinese Gold Panda Mintage List in Excel format.
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: kesheng on September 05, 2008, 01:47:24 PM
Is there a link for Bimetallic Panda coins / medals?  :001_rolleyes:
Title: Mintage of 1995 Silver Panda BU
Post by: chinesecoinworks on November 11, 2009, 03:50:40 AM
I've seen on some websites and also ebay sellers who state the mintage of the 1995 Silver Panda BU version to be 168,000. Is there any truth in it? According to catalogues, there is no record for years of 2000 and 1999. Is there any reason why their prices are so high? Is it due to speculation like the fan shaped lunar horse?
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: mcc168 on July 05, 2010, 11:45:59 PM
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Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: MrOrganic on July 06, 2010, 06:10:14 PM
Silver panda coin mintages:  http://pandausa.com/silverpandamintage.html (http://pandausa.com/silverpandamintage.html)
Gold panda coin mintages:  http://pandausa.com/goldpandamintage.html (http://pandausa.com/goldpandamintage.html)
Platinum panda coin mintages:  http://pandausa.com/platinumpandamintage.html (http://pandausa.com/platinumpandamintage.html)
Panda medal mintages:  http://pandausa.com/pandamedalmintage.html (http://pandausa.com/pandamedalmintage.html)




Excellent resource

Thanx
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: elaine 1970 on July 24, 2010, 11:45:13 PM
what is GB stand for.  SH - shanghai.  SY - sheng yang.  right?.
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: PandaCollector on July 25, 2010, 03:49:30 AM
Since you are listing mint facilities: GB=Shenzhen Guobao?
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: pecus on July 25, 2010, 07:01:50 AM
Since we're on the topic of "official mintages," could someone post some pics of the early 1 oz silver pandas that are supposedly "frosty."  Some folks says the early BU silver pandas have three varieties: two different date fonts and one "frosty" version.  I've been collecting these coins for a while now and still do not feel confident that I know the difference between "frosty" and not-frosty varieties.  (I don't include the 2000 panda, where the difference is quite obvious.)

Thanks,
Pecus

PS: the new, wonderful photo book about pandas, Gold and Silver Panda Coin Buyer's Guide does NOT mention or show these "frosty" versions.
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: PandaCollector on July 25, 2010, 01:40:22 PM
I believe this is how some collectors refer to the difference between prooflike coins with mirrored fields and cameo devices and coins with satiny, matte surfaces.
Best wishes,
Peter Anthony
www.pandacollector.com (http://www.pandacollector.com)
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: elaine 1970 on July 27, 2010, 01:22:18 AM
is there any mint mark shown on chinese silver panda?.  like s for san francisco. d for denver and p for philadelphia.  i did not see any mint mark like sh, sy or gb.  anyone?>
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: poconopenn on July 27, 2010, 01:30:04 AM
There is no mint mark, such as S, P, D in US coins, in Chinese modern coins. Sometimes, we may see different versions of panda, such as large date and small date, issued by different mints for the same year.
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: elaine 1970 on July 27, 2010, 10:38:48 AM
thanks poconopenn.  i think very few chinese will collect silver panda.  they like gold panda instead.  american like silver panda.  it is a shame that the china mint did not include mint mark on those pandas.
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: elaine 1970 on July 29, 2010, 01:29:20 AM
chinese gold panda uncirculated:
2010-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan- 150,000
2009-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan- 150,000
2008-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan- 150,000
2007-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan- 150,000
2006-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan- 115,600
2005-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan-- 50,300
2004-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan-- 55,000
2003-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan-- 36,300
2002-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan-- 28,345
2001-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan-- 41,411
2000-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 29,011
1999-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 32,439
1998-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 20,507
1997-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 30,457
1996-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 22,009
1995-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 17,412
1994-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 24,438
1993-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 40,449
1992-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 41,120
1991-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 36,367
1990-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 53,898
1989-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan- 115,187
1988-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan- 289,055
1987s- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 84,000
1987y- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 47,000
1986-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan- 107,132
1985-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan--55,539
1984-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 25,183
1983-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 25,363
1982-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 13,532


Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: elaine 1970 on July 29, 2010, 01:29:49 AM
chinese silver panda uncirculated:
2010- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 800,000
2009- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 300,000 (30th anniversary)
2009- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 600,000
2008- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 600,000
2007- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 600,000
2006- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 600,000
2005- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 600,000
2004- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 600,000
2003- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 600,000
2002- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 500,000
2001- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 500,000
2000- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 500,000
1999- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- unkown
1998- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 250,000
1997- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 250,000
1996- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 250,000
1995- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 250,000
1994- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 120,000
1993- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 120,000
1992- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 100,000
1991- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 100,000
1990- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 200,000
1989- 1 ounce- 10 yuan- 255,000


Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: elaine 1970 on July 30, 2010, 06:00:48 PM
my proposal to bank of china that issue all these wonderful chinese silver and gold panda.  lunar and other series.  good work.  here are my proposal if ever they are listening and looking at this thread.

1. continue to issue one full ounce of silver and gold in uniform and standard.  such as: do not keep changing face value. fineness. sizes and etc.

2. mint mark must be stated and included for knowing where these coins manufactured.  and it will also lowering the mintage. you got three cities that produced silver and gold.  such as sheng yang(SY). shanghai(SH) and shenzhen(SZ).  maybe in the future add beijing(BJ)and others.

3. promote and advertise silver and gold bullion and collectible coins in china.  instead of selling most of those coin overseas.  and then some people have to buy it back from other countries in a high premium.

4. increase dealers base.  increase annual production in high quality.  put an official website for collector and general public to view and offer direct ordering.

5. learn the successful stories from other mints. like the u.s. mint.
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: badon on August 05, 2010, 12:12:01 PM
3. promote and advertise silver and gold bullion and collectible coins in china.  instead of selling most of those coin overseas.  and then some people have to buy it back from other countries in a high premium.

The funny thing is that the coins overseas are going back to China, so if I want to buy coins, now I have to pay a high premium to China!
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: coinlover on August 13, 2010, 11:13:55 PM
your suggestion is good, BUT there NO use to post it here!! Here is their website, post your opinion DIRECTLY to them. I will!! It is RIDICULOUS for what China Mint has done! Let FOREIGNERS make MOST of the profit! They are a bunch of elite HanJian!

http://www.cbpm.cn/kfzx/

my proposal to bank of china that issue all these wonderful chinese silver and gold panda.  lunar and other series.  good work.  here are my proposal if ever they are listening and looking at this thread.

1. continue to issue one full ounce of silver and gold in uniform and standard.  such as: do not keep changing face value. fineness. sizes and etc.

2. mint mark must be stated and included for knowing where these coins manufactured.  and it will also lowering the mintage. you got three cities that produced silver and gold.  such as sheng yang(SY). shanghai(SH) and shenzhen(SZ).  maybe in the future add beijing(BJ)and others.

3. promote and advertise silver and gold bullion and collectible coins in china.  instead of selling most of those coin overseas.  and then some people have to buy it back from other countries in a high premium.

4. increase dealers base.  increase annual production in high quality.  put an official website for collector and general public to view and offer direct ordering.

5. learn the successful stories from other mints. like the u.s. mint.
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: elaine 1970 on August 14, 2010, 11:08:05 PM
since the chinese silver panda always declared sell out.  that's mean the mintage will be the maximum produced each year.  like they also declared 2010 silver panda sell out.  that is 800,000 coins.
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: badon on August 14, 2010, 11:16:54 PM
If you sell everything but the NGC PF70 coins, I think you can still accumulate some 2010 pandas that have "grade rarity". The mintage for PF70 coins will be much smaller, and those coins will probably increase in value much more reliably than the common PF69 coins.
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: elaine 1970 on August 18, 2010, 10:43:58 AM
i would estimate 2000 chinese silver panda mintage at around 375,000 to 400,000 strong.
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: kesheng on September 24, 2011, 10:01:41 PM
Hi all

Snowball has uploaded Chinese Gold Panda Mintage List in Excel format at the first post here. Please take a look and let me know if anything wrong.

Thanks.

kesheng
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: GDG's on September 28, 2011, 04:12:52 PM
chinese gold panda uncirculated:
2010-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan- 150,000
2009-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan- 150,000
2008-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan- 150,000
2007-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan- 150,000
2006-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan- 115,600
2005-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan-- 50,300
2004-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan-- 55,000
2003-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan-- 36,300
2002-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan-- 28,345
2001-- 1 ounce- 500 yuan-- 41,411
2000-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 29,011
1999-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 32,439
1998-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 20,507
1997-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 30,457
1996-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 22,009
1995-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 17,412
1994-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 24,438
1993-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 40,449
1992-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 41,120
1991-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 36,367
1990-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 53,898
1989-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan- 115,187
1988-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan- 289,055
1987s- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 84,000
1987y- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 47,000
1986-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan- 107,132
1985-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan--55,539
1984-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 25,183
1983-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 25,363
1982-- 1 ounce- 100 yuan-- 13,532




Elaine,

Since we know which coins (small date/large date) were from different mints don't you think the grading service's like pcgs should include both dates for their registry sets? Anybody who does give the grading services an e-mail and tell them they should include Large/Small dates in their registry . This can only have a positive effect on Chinese Coins.
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: Panda Halves on September 28, 2011, 05:17:52 PM

Snowball has uploaded Chinese Gold Panda Mintage List in Excel format at the first post here. Please take a look and let me know if anything wrong.


You may wish to take a look at the 1991 - 1994 proof dates and use some resources to adjust accordingly. The information posted is planned mintage versus actual.
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: tamo42 on October 11, 2011, 12:56:07 AM
Anybody know the mintage on the 1993 1/2 oz copper panda?
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: tjujoypop on October 11, 2011, 06:13:53 AM
1993 has a copper panda, 1/2 oz ? I think it's not.
Mintage is 6,000,000.
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: tamo42 on October 11, 2011, 10:10:00 AM
It's the one on pg 86 of Peter Anthony's book. He says it's not included because it doesn't have the temple of Heaven (and it's copper), but it uses the same panda design as all the other 1993 pandas.

Not sure if it's 1/2 oz or not, it's about the size of a silver 1/2 oz though.
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: Thecollectible on November 22, 2016, 01:35:15 AM
Beautiful be honest
Title: Re: Chinese panda coin official mintages
Post by: elaine 1970 on January 13, 2018, 03:13:56 AM
I would suspect the 2017 China silver panda sales will be less than half of 10,000,000 maximum planned.  Look at american silver eagle 2017 sales.  Look at dealers 2017 silver panda inventories.    You will know 2017 is a dull year.  But 2018 will be much different.  Where almost all the analyst predict price of silver will move up significantly.  Some even suggest breaking the all time high record.  So the sales for all bullion silver coins minted around the world should be high.  By then, 2018 silver panda might be sell out.  Just my prediction.

Well I am back after seven long years of absent.  After buying again some silver coins that I like.