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The Chinese Panda coin is one of the only government-issued bullion coins to change the reverse design every year.

As a native of the mountainous regions of central China, the Panda Bear is universally loved. Their herbivorous, non-threatening nature, unique look, and playfulness all contribute to the perception of an extremely amiable, easy-going, and fun creature. It is no wonder that the Panda has been the feature of China's bullion productions since its initial conception in 1982. Since then, the Panda has gone on to be globally recognized as an established, trustworthy, and highly liquid investment. With a dynamic and ever-changing reverse design since its initial release, the Panda is a collector item as much as it is an investment!


  • Ships individually in protective packaging
  • Consisting of 1 oz 999 Fine Silver
  • Obverse: Features the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests, located in the Chinese Temple of Heaven, and its year of issue
  • Reverse: Features the depiction of a playful panda fiddling with a tree's branch, the legal tender value of the coin and inscriptions indicating the metal, weight, type and purity
  • This coin has been available annually with a new design since 1989, except in 2002, which reused the 2001 design

The obverse features the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests (The Temple of Heaven), the title of the People's Republic of China in Chinese characters, and the year 2014.

This year's reverse design depicts a panda bear playing with a tree branch with a bamboo forest in the background and the coin's face value, weight and purity.

This coin is legal tender of the People's Republic of China. This beautiful release continues a more than thirty-year old tradition which began in 1983.


Established in Shanghai in 1920 and operated by the People’s Bank of China, the Central Mint of China has become one of the world’s most popular silver and gold bullion coin producers. The Chinese mint is well-known for its high purity standards for precious metals, anti-counterfeiting properties, and innovative numismatic techniques. The Central Mint of China is recognized for its annual release of the prestigious Panda series, which features the playful Chinese animals in unique situations.

Lightly Used
Shenzhen Guobao Mint
CNY 500
The Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests (The Temple of Heaven), Beijing
A Panda playing with a tree branch with a forest of bamboo in the background, 500 yuan and the words "1 oz Au .999"
1 oz
32.5 x 32.5 x 2.9