Chinese Mint

If you look at the precious metal industry, you would be wrong not to include the Chinese Mint, which is responsible for many commemorative coins from all over. Even though the Mint is not known for producing a lot in terms of variety, it is famous for commemorative coins that are an item for collectors all over the world. If you look at the American Eagle and Canadian Maple Leaf, which are well known, then you also have to include the Chinese Panda coin in there too. Both investors and collectors are always waiting for the new Chinese Panda coin to hit the market, which is released annually.

The Chinese Mint has been a source of irritation due to the political strife that has always been around in China, even now with the People’s Republic of China. The Republic of China, which is Taiwan, is now where the Central Bank of China and the Mint are located. The Mint remains as part of what we know as the nationalist government that has taken over the area in Taiwan.

Even though the Chinese Mint kept the Chinese Panda coin nearly the same since the mint began back in 1896, there was a significant change in 2015. In 2015, the Chinese Mint decided to remove the metal fineness and weight from the engraving process on the coin. This really upset many of the investors and collectors, because this was a huge part of the Chinese Panda coin’s reverse design.

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