Central Mint of China
China's Central Mint creates some of the most beautiful gold and silver coins in the world. These coins are particularly popular among coin collectors due to their high Precious Metal content and annual design revisions.
The Shanghai Mint
The Shanghai Mint, China's central currency mint, was founded in 1920 and commenced coin production 13 years later. Due to the outbreak of the Second Sino-Japanese War in 1937, the Chinese government decided to disperse its mint across the country. Wuchang, Chengdu, Kuailin, Lanjou, and Qunming were among the most recent additions. The Chinese Mint migrated to Taiwan with the government in 1949.
The Central Mint of China creates some of the most sought-after coins in the world like other mints. They have high purity levels and collectors enjoy the unique designs. In 2016, the Panda Series changed to match the metric system. Instead of sizes such as 1 oz, 1/2 oz and 1/10 oz, Panda coins now contain 30 grams, 15 grams and 3 grams.
Bullion Made By the Central Mint of China
Central Mint of China Gold Bullion
- Gold Panda Coins
Central Mint of China Silver Bullion
- Silver Panda Coins
- Silver Dragon and Phoenix Coins
More Bullion Mints
List of mints from around the world that produce bullion products including coins and bars for investing.
- US Mint Founded in April 2, 1792
- Canadian Mint
- Austrian Mint at Heumarkt in Landstrasse
- Royal Mint in UK
- The Perth Mint of Australia
- Central Mint of China
- The French Mint
- Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre – Real Casa de la Moneda
- Mint of Singapore
- Mint Located in Mexico
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