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« on: August 19, 2008, 12:42:34 PM »
1979 International Children's Year 1/2oz gold coin - 12216  (planned: 13000)

1980 the 13th Winter Olympic Games 8g gold coin - 10143  (planned: 20000)

1980 the 13th Winter Olympic Games 16g (piedfort) gold coin - 360  (planned: 500)

1981 Year of the Rooster 8g gold coin - 5015  (planned: 5000)

1981 the 70th Anniversary of Xin Hai Revolution 1/2oz gold coin - 1338  (planned: 1500)

1982 the 12th Football World Cup 1/4oz gold coin - 1261  (planned: 1500)

1982 Year of the Dog 8g gold coin - 2535  (planned: 5000)

1983 Marco Polo 10g gold coin - 1033  (planned: 1500)

1983 Marco Polo 1g gold coin - 49553  (planned: 50000)

1983 Year of the Pig 8g gold coin - 2035  (planned: 5000)

1984 Chin Shihhuang 1/3oz gold coin - 10327  (planned: 25000)

1984 Year of the Rat 8g gold coin - 2248  (planned: 5000)

1985 Year of the Ox 8g gold coin - 4053  (planned: 5000)

1985 Confucius 1/3oz gold coin - 4300  (planned: 25000)

1986 Liu Bang 1/3oz gold coin - 4980  (planned: 25000)

1986 Year of the Tiger 8g gold coin - 4480  (planned: 5000)

1987 Li Shi Ming 1/3oz gold coin - 1300  (planned: 25000)

1987 Year of the Rabbit 8g gold coin - 4784  (planned: 5000)

1988 Endangered Wildlife 8g gold coin - 28700  (planned: 30000)

1988 Year of the Dragon 5oz gold coin - 518  (planned: 500)

1988 the 24th Summer Olympic Games 1/2oz gold coin - 5500  (planned: 10000)

1988 Zhao Kuang Ying 1/3oz gold coin - 2554  (planned: 25000)

1989 Endangered Wildlife 8g gold coin - 14004  (planned: 25000)

1989 the 40th Anniversary of the Founding of the P.R.C. 20oz gold coin - 105  (planned: 100)

1989 the 40th Anniversary of the Founding of the P.R.C. 1/4oz gold coin 10009  (planned: 15000)

1989 Genghis Khan 1/3oz gold coin - 3654  (planned: 25000)

1990 Zhu Yuan Zhang 1/3oz gold coin - 2164  (planned: 25000)

1990 Huang Di 1/3oz gold coin - 10000  (planned: 20000)

1990 Dragon & Phoenix 2oz gold coin - 2538  (planned: 2500)

1990 Taiwan Scenery 1st Issue 4 x 1/2oz gold coin set - 2004  (planned: 4000)

1990 Year of the Horse 8g gold coin - 7805  (planned: 7500)

1991 1992 the 16th Winter Olympic Games 1/3oz gold coin - 5000  (planned: 10000)

1991 the 1st Women Football World Cup 8g gold coin - 1404  (planned: 5000)

1991 the 10th Anniversary of the Issuance of Chinese Panda Gold Coins 5 kilo gold coin - 11  (planned: 10)

1991 the 1st Hong Kong International Coin Convention 1/4oz + 1/8oz Bi-metallic coin - 2003  (planned: 10000)

1991 Panda 1/4oz gold + 1/8oz silver Bi-metallic coin - 2003  (planned: 10000)

1991 Year of the Goat 8g gold coin - 7505  (planned: 7500)

1991 Kang Xi 1/3oz gold coin - 1084  (planned: 25000)

1992 1994 the 17th Winter Olympic Games 1/3oz gold coin - 1503  (planned: 10000)

1992 the 12th Anniversary of the Issuance of Chinese Lunar Animals 1 kilo gold coin - 21  (planned: 20)

1992 Panda proof gold coin set - 806  (planned: 2000)

1992 Endangered Wildlife 8g gold coin - 1509  (planned: 5000)

1992 Scientific & Technical Inventions & Discoveries of Ancient China 1st Issue Seismograph 1 kilo gold coin - 16  (planned: 10)

1992 Scientific & Technical Inventions & Discoveries of Ancient China 1st Issue 5 x 1oz gold coin set - 1001  (planned: 1000)

1992 Wu Zhe Tian 1/3oz gold coin - 2504  (planned: 25000)

1992 Year of the Monkey 8g gold coin - 5011  (planned: 5000)

1993 Mao Zhe Dong 1/3oz gold coin - 4503  (planned: 25000)

1993 Panda proof gold coin set - 2005  (planned: 2500)

1993 Taiwan Scenery 2nd Issue 4 x 1/2oz gold coin set - 503  (planned: 1000)

1993 Marco Polo 5oz gold coin - 104  (planned: 91)

1993 Scientific & Technical Inventions & Discoveries of Ancient China 2nd Issue 5 x 1/2oz gold coin set - 402  (planned: 1200)

1993 Scientific & Technical Inventions & Discoveries of Ancient China 2nd Issue Tai Ji 1oz gold coin - 303  (planned: 888)

1993 Scientific & Technical Inventions & Discoveries of Ancient China 2nd Issue Tai Ji 5oz gold coin - 102  (planned: 99)

1993 Scientific & Technical Inventions & Discoveries of Ancient China 2nd Issue Tai Ji 1/4oz gold coin - 3003  (planned: 20000)

1993 Year of the Rooster Flower Shaped 1/2oz gold coin - 2305  (planned: 2300)

1993 Possessing a Piece of Homeland gold coin set - 2003  (planned: 8888)

1993 Possessing a Piece of Homeland 5oz gold coin - 100  (planned: 99)

1994 Panda proof gold coin set - 903  (planned: 2500)

1994 Panda 1/10oz gold + 1/28oz silver Bi-metallic coin - 2503  (planned: 3000)

1994 Panda 1/4oz gold + 1/8oz silver Bi-metallic coin - 2403  (planned: 2500)

1994 Endangered Wildlife 8g gold coin - 753  (planned: 5000)

1994 Scientific & Technical Inventions & Discoveries of Ancient China 3rd Issue 5 x 1/2oz gold coin set - 754  (planned: 1200)

1994 Sino-Singapore Friendship 1 kilo gold coin - 19  (planned: 15)

1994 Sino-Singapore Friendship 5oz gold coin - 110  (planned: 128)

1994 Unicorn 1/20oz gold coin - 22007  (planned: 31100)

1994 Unicorn 1/10oz gold coin - 5107  (planned: 5100)

1994 Unicorn 1/4oz gold coin - 5107  (planned: 5100)

1994 Unicorn 1/2oz gold coin - 857  (planned: 1100)

1994 Unicorn 1oz gold coin - 1108  (planned: 1100)

1994 Unicorn 5oz gold coin - 63  (planned: 99)

1994 Unicorn 1 kilo gold coin - 20  (planned: 18)

1994 Unicorn 1/4oz gold + 1/8oz silver Bi-metallic coin - 514  (planned: 1100)

1995 the 50th Anniversary of the Victory of War Against Japan Invasion 1/2oz gold coin - 2504  (planned: 2500)

1995 the 50th Anniversary of the Victory of War Against Japan Invasion 1oz x 2 gold coin set - 1405  (planned: 1500)

1995 the 4th World Women Congress 1/3oz gold + 1/6oz silver Bi-metallic coin - 3004  (planned: 3000)

1995 the 43rd Table Tennis World Championship 1/3oz gold coin - 2003  (planned: 2000)

1995 the 50th Anniversary of the Founding of United Nations 1/2oz gold coin - 8504  (planned: 17500)

1995 the 50th Anniversary of the Recovery of Taiwan to China 1/2oz gold coin - 3003  (planned: 3000)

1995 the 50th Anniversary of the Recovery of Taiwan to China 1 kilo gold coin - 26  (planned: 25)

1995 the 50th Anniversary of the Recovery of Taiwan to China 5oz gold coin - 105  (planned: 99)

1995 Zheng Chenggong 5oz gold coin - 83  (planned: 99)

1995 Unicorn 1/20oz gold coin - 7004  (planned: 20000)

1995 Uniocrn 1/10oz gold coin - 2504  (planned: 5000)

1995 Unicorn 1/4oz gold coin - 2504  (planned: 5000)

1995 Unicorn 1/2oz gold coin - 1254  (planned: 2000)

1995 Unicorn 1oz gold coin - 504  (planned: 1500)

1995 Maritime Ancient China Series 2 x 1/2oz gold coin set - 206  (planned: 1000)

1995 Panda 1oz proof gold coin - 555  (planned: 2000)

1998 Guilin Scenery 4 x 1/2oz gold coin set - 904  (planned: 1600)

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Chinese modern silver coin - actual mintages

1979 International Children's Year 1oz silver coin - 13659  (planned: 15000)

1980 the 13th Winter Olympic Games 4 x 15g silver coin set - 5008  (planned: 5000)

1980 China Olympic Committee 4 x 15g silver coin set - 15000  (planned: 40000)

1981 the 70th Anniversary of Xin Hai Revolution 1oz silver coin - 3885  (planned: 4000)

1981 Year of the Rooster 15g silver coin - 10155  (planned: 10000)

1982 the 12th Football World Cup 2 x 1/2oz silver coin set - 20000  (planned: 40000)

1982 Year of the Dog 15g silver coin - 8825  (planned: 15000)

1983 Year of the Pig 15g silver coin - 6793  (planned: 10000)

1983 Marco Polo 2g silver coin - 7053  (planned: 70000)

1983 Marco Polo 22g silver coin - 15453  (planned: 15000)

1984 the 23rd Summer Olympic Games 1/4oz silver coin - 10100  (planned: 10000)

1984 the 23rd Summer Olympic Games 1/2oz silver coin - 4500  (planned: 6000)

1984 Year of the Rat 15g silver coin - 10592  (planned: 10000)

1984 Chinese Outstanding Historical Figures 1st Issue 4 x 22g silver coin set - 14401  (planned: 30000)

1985 the 30th Anniversary of the Founding of Xinjiang Uigur Autonomous Region 1oz silver coin - 1400  (planned: 3000)

1985 Year of the Ox 15g silver coin - 22489  (planned: 10000)

1986 Year of the Tiger 15g silver coin - 15461  (planned: 15000)

1986 International Year of Peace 27g silver coin - 1350  (planned: 1500)

1986 the 120th Anniversary of the Birth of Sun Yat-sen 27g silver coin - 8450  (planned: 8500)

1986 Chinese Outstanding Historical Figures 3rd Issue 4 x 22g silver coin set - 9675  (planned: 30000)

1987 Panda 5oz silver coin - 8540  (planned: 11000)

1987 Panda 1oz silver coin - 30720  (planned: 31000)

1987 Year of the Rabbit 15g silver coin - 14164  (planned: 10000)

1987 the 125th Anniversary of the Birth of Zhan Tianyou 12oz silver coin - 2911  (planned: 3000)

1987 Chinese Outstanding Historical Figures 4th Issue 4 x 22g silver coin set - 7350  (planned: 30000)

1988 the 15th Winter Olympic Games 27g silver coin - 10502  (planned: 10000)

1988 the 24th Summer Olympic Games 3 x 27g silver coin set - 20003  (planned: 20000)

1988 the 24th Summer Olympic Games 5oz silver coin - 3898  (planned: 5000)

1988 Year of the Dragon 15g silver coin - 15135  (planned: 15000)

1988 Year of the Dragon 5oz silver coin - 5014  (planned: 5000)

1988 Chinese Outstanding Historical Figures 5th Issue 4 x 22g silver coin set - 13500  (planned: 30000)

1988 Endangered Wildlife 1st Issue 2 x 27g silver coin set - 34600  (planned: 50000)

1989 Chinese Outstanding Historical Figures 6th Issue 4 x 22g silver coin set - 3879  (planned: 30000)

1989 Endangered Wildlife 2nd Issue 2 x 27g silver coin set - 10005  (planned: 30000)

1990 Dragon & Phoenix 20oz silver coin - 347  (planned: 1500)

1990 Dragon & Phoenix 1oz silver coin - 12014  (planned: 12000)

1990 Dragon & Phoenix 2oz silver coin - 7328  (planned: 5000)

1990 Dragon & Phoenix 2g silver coin - 55038  (planned: 50000)

1990 Year of the Horse 15g silver coin - 15005  (planned: 15000)

1990 Chinese Outstanding Historical Figures 7th Issue 4 x 22g silver coin set - 9629  (planned: 30000)

1991 Year of the Goat 15g silver coin - 15005  (planned: 15000)

1992 Chinese Outstanding Historical Figures 9th Issue 4 x 22g silver coin set - 19004  (planned: 30000)

1992 the 17th Winter Olympic Games 2 x 27g silver coin set - 15006  (planned: 30000)

1992 Scientific & Technical Inventions & Discoveries of Ancient China 1st Issue 5 x 22g silver coin set - 14708  (planned: 15000)

1992 Marco Polo 15g silver coin - 12000  (planned: 30000)

1992 Year of the Monkey 15g silver coin - 10013  (planned: 10000)

1992 Endangered Wildlife 3rd Issue 2 x 27g silver coin set - 7261  (planned: 15000)

1992 Chinese Outstanding Historical Figures Zheng Chenggong 20g silver coin - 10155  (planned: 20000)

1992 the 12th Anniversary of the Issuance of Chinese Lunar Animals 1 kilo silver coin - 185  (planned: 300)

1993 Scientific & Technical Inventions & Discoveries of Ancient China 2nd Issue 5 x 22g silver coin set - 8152  (planned: 15000)

1993 Year of the Rooster 1oz silver coin - 8000  (planned: 9000)

1993 Year of the Rooster 5oz silver coin - 1003  (planned: 1000)

1993 Year of the Rooster Flower Shaped 2/3oz silver coin - 6807  (planned: 6800)

1993 Taiwan Scenery 2nd Issue 4 x 15g silver coin set - 1003  (planned: 2000)

1993 Chinese Outstanding Historical Figures 10th Issue 4 x 22g silver coin set - 20056  (planned: 30000)

1994 Modern Chinese Famous Painting Series (bird) 2/3oz silver coin - 3908  (planned: 3900)

1994 Unicorn 20oz silver coin - 504  (planned: 500)

1994 Unicorn 12oz silver coin - 754  (planned: 2000)

1994 Unicorn 5oz silver coin - 754  (planned: 1500)

1994 Unicorn 1oz silver coin (proof) - 4403  (planned: 10000)

1994 Unicorn 1oz silver coin (BU) - 45007  (planned: 50000)

1994 Scientific & Technical Inventions & Discoveries of Ancient China 3rd Issue 5 x 22g silver coin set - 9104  (planned: 15000)

1994 Year of the Dog 5oz silver coin - 1003  (planned: 1000)

1994 Year of the Dog Flower Shaped 2/3oz silver coin - 6804  (planned: 6800)

1994 Endangered Wildlife 4th Issue 2 x 27g silver coin set - 4828  (planned: 15000)

1995 Modern Chinese Famous Painting Series (bird) 2/3oz silver coin - 2905  (planned: 3900)

1995 Unicorn 20oz silver coin - 103  (planned: 500)

1995 Unicorn 12oz silver coin - 223  (planned: 1500)

1995 Unicorn 5oz silver coin - 503  (planned: 1500)

1995 Unicorn 1oz silver coin - 4004  (planned: 8000)

1995 Chinese Traditional Culture 1st Issue 15g silver coin - 10004  (planned: 30000)

1995 Maritime Ancient China Series 2 x 27g silver coin set - 2006  (planned: 10000)

1995 Scientific & Technical Inventions & Discoveries of Ancient China 4th Issue 5 x 22g silver coin set - 10000  (planned: 15000)

1995 Dinosaur 2 x 27g silver coin set - 2500  (planned: 5000)

1995 the 50th Anniversary of the Founding of United Nations 27g silver coin - 55008  (planned: 115000)

1995 Year of the Pig Flower Shaped 2/3oz silver coin - 6803  (planned: 6800)

1995 the 50th Anniversary of the Recovery of Taiwan to China 5oz silver coin - 1002  (planned: 999)

1995 Zheng Chenggong 12oz silver coin - 151  (planned: 150)

1995 Zheng Chenggong 5oz silver coin - 253  (planned: 250)


Above information should be used only for reference.
If you found anything incorrect, please let me know asap.


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Re: Actual mintages
« Reply #1 on: August 19, 2008, 02:42:24 PM »
Good information to have. Thank you.

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« Reply #2 on: August 20, 2008, 01:48:27 PM »
Thanks!

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« Reply #3 on: August 20, 2008, 09:23:56 PM »
Snowball:

What great information!  I'm curious how you came by these figures.

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« Reply #4 on: August 22, 2008, 12:08:41 PM »
Snowball:

What great information!  I'm curious how you came by these figures.

Pecus

Hello Pecus

Most of these figures are from a Chinese coin book called 'Modern Chinese Coins and Medals Catalog' by Mr. Ge, a senior numismatist in China.  So far, this is the only coin book with actual mintage information.  However, it might have some incorrect figures, so once again, pls use them only for reference.    :)
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« Reply #5 on: August 22, 2008, 05:35:54 PM »
Snowball:

One reason I ask is that I own one of the 1995 12 oz silver Unicorns, coa #1446.  But according to your mintage list, only 223 of these coins were supposedly made.  So you're right to advise people to take these mintage figures with a grain of salt.  (Don't get me wrong; I'm quite pleased to learn that a highly regarded coin enthusiast believes only 223 were made.  But then why would there be coa's with much higher numbers?)

Perhaps we could get your source to join this internet coin community?

Thanks again for all your hard work on our behalf.
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« Reply #6 on: August 22, 2008, 07:15:30 PM »
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« Reply #7 on: August 22, 2008, 09:32:38 PM »
Snowball:

One reason I ask is that I own one of the 1995 12 oz silver Unicorns, coa #1446.  But according to your mintage list, only 223 of these coins were supposedly made.  So you're right to advise people to take these mintage figures with a grain of salt.  (Don't get me wrong; I'm quite pleased to learn that a highly regarded coin enthusiast believes only 223 were made.  But then why would there be coa's with much higher numbers?)

Perhaps we could get your source to join this internet coin community?

Thanks again for all your hard work on our behalf.
Pecus

Hi Pecus,
I have followed the unicorn series for many years, and not sure if you have noticed that 1995 12oz silver unicorn is extremely scarce in the market.  I have only seen 2 sold on Ebay, and 2 on HA in the past five years.   During the same period, 20+ 1994 1oz gold unicorns (mintage: 1100) and 10+ 1994 20oz silver unicorns (mintage: 500) had been traded.  I don't know how Mr. Ge found the figure of 223 for the 1995 12oz, but I also doubt about the figure of 1500.   ;D

I think we are still at the early stage of Chinese modern coin collecting.  Planned and actual mintage is the most discussed topic among Chinese modern coin collectors these days. 
I also doubt about several figures in the list, such as 1994 gold+silver Bi-metallic unicorn at 514.
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« Reply #8 on: August 23, 2008, 01:37:00 PM »
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« Reply #9 on: August 24, 2008, 02:01:34 AM »
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Hi Pecus,
I have followed the unicorn series for many years, and not sure if you have noticed that 1995 12oz silver unicorn is extremely scarce in the market.  I have only seen 2 sold on Ebay, and 2 on HA in the past five years.   During the same period, 20+ 1994 1oz gold unicorns (mintage: 1100) and 10+ 1994 20oz silver unicorns (mintage: 500) had been traded.  I don't know how Mr. Ge found the figure of 223 for the 1995 12oz, but I also doubt about the figure of 1500.   ;D

I think we are still at the early stage of Chinese modern coin collecting.  Planned and actual mintage is the most discussed topic among Chinese modern coin collectors these days. 
I also doubt about several figures in the list, such as 1994 gold+silver Bi-metallic unicorn at 514.

Yes you or your friend (?), did well with the 12oz 1995 Unicorn score  :thumbup1:

Unfortunately, the book only goes up to 1995, not beyond...
There has got to be some truth to what he is indicating. It would be GREAT to have contact with him and hear more.. For one night only an interview with.... MRRR GEEEE

Anyway, my question, say there were only 223 minted- how likely is it that the Chinese Mint will mint another 277 at some stage? Is it very unlikely? (disclosure: pure speculation)

I'll conclude on the note and echo what another person said- let's go find and interview Mr Gee. :w00t:

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« Reply #10 on: August 28, 2008, 10:05:06 PM »
Anyone know the actual mintage of the 1995 silver proof 1 oz panda? I'm trying to figure out why it's worth so much more than the 1996.

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« Reply #11 on: August 30, 2008, 04:57:56 PM »
Anyone know the actual mintage of the 1995 silver proof 1 oz panda? I'm trying to figure out why it's worth so much more than the 1996.

I have been trying to figure that out for years!   :001_tongue: :confused1:
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« Reply #12 on: August 31, 2008, 11:49:44 AM »
Anyone know the actual mintage of the 1995 silver proof 1 oz panda? I'm trying to figure out why it's worth so much more than the 1996.

4.3k something is what i heard in a rumor.
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« Reply #13 on: September 05, 2008, 01:42:38 PM »
Great info! Thanks! :001_rolleyes:

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« Reply #14 on: September 12, 2008, 05:07:48 PM »
according to those figures... it seems Chinese Modern Coins started with year of 1979?