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Year of the Horse Chinese Coins

Horse years occur every twelfth year, and are the seventh in the Chinese zodiac calendar, following the year of the snake. Just as some people in the United States would not do anything without first checking their horoscope, the same … Read More

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Year of the Rabbit Chinese Coins

Visitors to an authentic Chinese restaurant are likely to discover their Chinese astrology sign. There are twelve different signs, each rotating every 12 years. However, the calendar year is different for Chinese astrology. For instance, the most recent Year of … Read More

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Year of the Tiger Chinese Coins

Diverging from the Western zodiac, Chinese astrology has been described by interpreters as the lunar zodiac. In other words, ancient Chinese astrologers divined fate via the path of the moon through the heavens, also known as the yellow path in … Read More

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Year of the Rat Chinese Coins

Based on the cycles of the moon, the Chinese zodiac consists of a repeating cycle of 12 years. A different animal sign represents each year. Each of these animals is associated with certain personality traits, and individuals are thought to … Read More

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Year of the Rooster Chinese Coins

Bold, brash, and outgoing. These are all apt descriptions of the Rooster as per Chinese folklore and custom. According to the Chinese zodiac, a sign rolls around once every twelve years. The last Chinese Year of the Rooster was in … Read More

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Year of the Snake Chinese Coins

The year 2013 was the Year of the Snake. Snake Years occupy the sixth position in the Chinese Zodiac, recurring every 12 years. Though the Snake is thought to be a good omen, its significance as a symbol of worship … Read More

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The Start of a Series: 1984 12 oz Gold Panda

1984 People’s Republic of China 1984 1000 Yuan Gold Panda Coin catalog First 12 oz Gold Coin The China Mint began striking the now famous and well-established Panda series in 1982. Today the impressive and weighty Panda coins with incredibly … Read More

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Research into White Spots

It is the primary cause of insomnia for silver coin collectors the world over. It’s everywhere – an ever present danger hanging in the air – that given the chance will indiscriminately attack the surfaces of silver coins. It is … Read More

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1923 Dragon and Phoenix Dollar

1923 Dragon and Phoenix Dollar Creating a National Emblem With the collapse and ousting of the Qing dynasty in 1912, China was in a state of political upheaval. Dynastic China had come to an end, and the newly founded Republic … Read More

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The Case of the 1989 Dragon and Phoenix

The Dragon and Phoenix in Chinese Culture Culturally for the Chinese, the dragon and phoenix depicted together symbolise balance, and are the animal embodiment and representation of the yin-yang philosophical concept. The phoenix – standing for yin – symbolises such … Read More

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The Spring Festival in MCC History

The 2015 New Year Greetings ¼ oz silver bullion coin may draw minds of the MCC collecting community back to the late 90s (specifically 1997, 1998, and 1999) as well as 2003 – the other years in which Spring Festival-themed … Read More

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Investors vs Collectors in the Domestic MCC Market

The Modern Chinese Coins market is an ever evolving beast, which can make it hard to predict and even harder to keep pace with. That change is now happening faster than ever, especially in a digital age. Here is a … Read More

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The Sacred Buddhist Mountains of China

The series featuring the four sacred Buddhist mountains of China seems like an attractive choice when it comes to either starting out collecting modern Chinese coins, or expanding an existing collection. So far the People’s Bank of China has issued … Read More

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The 1903 Chihli Silver Dollar

1903 Chihli silver dollars are somewhat rarer than their 1908 counterparts, mainly due to mintage. The name Chihli, or Zhili, comes from the name of a former province of northern China which included the capital, Beijing.  However, the province, home … Read More

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A Worthy Source: The Coin Collector’s Survival Manual

For coin collectors and enthusiasts, no matter what their area of interest, the value of a good book on numismatics cannot be overstated. A well-researched and informative guide on coins which encapsulates years and years of knowledge and experience, carefully … Read More

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Yuan Shikai Dollar: Origins of the “O Mint Mark” and the “Triangular Yuan”

Two of the most well known variations of the Yuan Shikai silver Dollar are the O mint mark and the triangular yuan varieties. These are both variations of the 1914 or “Year Three” Yuan Shikai Dollars. However, despite their popularity, … Read More

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The Fat Man in a Nutshell: an Introduction to the Yuan Shikai Dollar

The Yuan Shikai Dollar or “Fat Man Dollar”, introduced by Yuan Shikai (16th September 1859 – 6th June 1916) in late 1914 following the beginning of his presidency of the Republic of China (ROC) in 1912, is somewhat of a … Read More

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1993 12 oz Gold Proof Panda Coin

The 1993 12 oz gold Panda is another intriguing rarity and a semi-key date coin for collectors.  The obverse face bears the image of the Temple of Heaven with the inscription of the PRC above and the date, 1993, below. … Read More

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First Steps: Advice for Beginners

If you are new to Chinese coins and are thinking of investing or collecting, here are a few pointers that will help you get you off on the right foot. Firstly, buying gold Pandas is relatively simple. Gold Panda coins … Read More

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Chinese Coins for All Budgets

Such is the variety of coins issued by the People’s Bank of China, that when it comes to investing or collecting, there is something for everyone, regardless of taste or budget. For investors with a lot of funds available, it … Read More

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13 Reasons to Own a Panda Coin

Panda coins are among the most diverse of all coins, different scenes each year – many different sizes and metals including gold, platinum, silver, bimetallic and brass. People from all countries are attracted to owning Chinese panda coins but why? … Read More

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Gold In Chinese Culture

Gold has always held a special place in Chinese culture and has been used a means of trade and exchange for thousands of years. Recorded uses of gold in transactions can be found in Quin and Han dynasties. Many emperors … Read More

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Numbers in Chinese Culture

Chinese culture is rich in beliefs and traditions that have extended to the numbers people come into contact with throughout their daily lives. Each number, one through nine and their combinations, has significance or special meaning in Chinese culture. The … Read More

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Gold Mining in China

Gold mining in China began in the Song Dynasty (960—1279 AD) and has increased steadily throughout the years, eventually making China the number one gold-producing country in the world. It has kept this top spot since 2007. There are two … Read More

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China: An Incredible Growth Story

Prior to 1990, although there were years when the growth rate of China’s Gross Domestic Product was high, there were also years where this rate dropped into negative territory. From 1990 to 2011, however, China’s economic growth can only be … Read More

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The Legacy of Zhou Enlai

Zhou Enlai, whose likeness is expertly captured in a set of three commemorative coins issued in 1998, was the first Premier of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), holding office from October 1949 until his death in Beijing in 1976. … Read More

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Yungang Grottoes

Situated just 10 miles to the south west of the city of Datong at the foot of the Wuzhou Shan mountain range in Shanxi province, the Yungang Grottoes play host to a series of 252 shallow caves containing in excess … Read More

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The Long March

While historically there were several long marches during the Communist insurgency period (1927-1937) of the Chinese Civil War (1927-1950), perhaps the most well known is the Red Army withdrawal from Jiangxi that began on 16th October 1934. This Long March … Read More

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Peking Opera Masks

Rising to prominence towards the end of the 18th Century and enjoying its greatest popularity during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1912), the Peking Opera occupies a special place in Chinese culture. Considered a cultural treasure and a highly respected art form … Read More

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Year of the Ox Chinese Coins

Within the Chinese zodiac, the year of the Ox is one of calm, dependability and resourcefulness. Oxen are the second astrological sign in the Chinese zodiac. This sign is known as a water element and it designates the winter month … Read More

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Year of the Pig Chinese Coins

The Chinese zodiac is made up of a 12-year cycle, which repeats just like the cycles of the moon. Each year of the cycle is named after a different animal. No one seems to know for sure when the zodiac … Read More

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Year of the Dog Chinese Coins

The Chinese zodiac is given much significance in China. It is said to have a strong influence on the character traits of those born in each of its twelve years. Dog years follow the year of the Rooster and are … Read More

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Year of the Monkey Chinese Coins

The year of the Monkey arrived in 2004. The Chinese zodiac places the year of the monkey in ninth position in its celestial cycle, which spans 12 years. Dissimilar from the Western zodiac tradition, Chinese astrology stresses the importance of … Read More

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Year of the Goat Chinese Coins

Within the Chinese zodiac, the year of the goat is one of caring, harmony, emotion and imagination. Goats are the eighth astrological sign in China. This sign is known as a fire element, and it designates the middle of the … Read More

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Year of the Dragon Chinese Coins

In Chinese culture, 2012 corresponds to the year of the dragon. People born during dragon years, the fifth position in the Chinese astrological cycle, are believed to carry with them all of the power and majesty afforded to the divine … Read More

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Chinese Coins with Political Figures

Over the course of the 20th century, ever since the establishment of the Republic of China in 1912 and during the dying days of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1912) before that, Chinese politicians have played a major role in their country’s … Read More

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Bronze Age Finds Coins

Bronze wares have played an important role in China’s history. They have been used for military purposes, musical instruments, mirrors, rulers and storage for food and drink. Further, in the ancient times, bronze wares were also an indicator of a … Read More

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Unicorn Coins

From 1994 to 1997, the “Chinese and American Mascot: Unicorn” coin sets were issued by the People’s Bank of China to commemorate the unicorn: two mystical beasts from the Chinese and Western folklore that share the same name. The unicorn … Read More

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Three Kingdoms Coins

The Romance of the Three Kingdoms, written by Luo Guanzhong during the waning years of Yuan Dynasty in the 14th century is a famous Chinese historical novel. This vast and complex novel, consisting of approximately 800,000 words and 120 chapters … Read More

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Traditional Culture Coins

BACKGROUND. In 1995, the Chinese gold and silver coin market had not yet fully begun in earnest. Coin dealers only supplied the market with small quantities aimed to test market reaction. It was even hard to sell single coins with … Read More

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1980 Olympic Coins

The 1980 Olympic Games Coin Series is one of the most sought after Chinese modern coin series. It is actually two sets of coins: The “Winter Olympic” set was released in May 1980 to commemorate the 1980 Winter Olympic at … Read More

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1979 Year of the Child Coins

BACKGROUND. The International Year of Child (IYC) Coin series was one of the first coin series made in the history of modern China. Released in 1980, it was issued to commemorate 1979, the UNESCO proclaimed International Year of the Child. … Read More

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1984 Chinese Olympic Athletes on Coins

Before the establishment of the PRC in 1949, China had been represented at the Olympics under the flag of the Republic of China (ROC). However the flag of the PRC was raised for the first time at the 1952 Helsinki … Read More

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1910 Xuantong Imperial Silver Dollar (Kann 219)

The Last Emperor The 1910 Xuantong Imperial Silver Dollar (Kann 219) was struck in the second year of the child emperor’s reign. The last emperor of China, the Xuantong Emperor of the Qing Dynasty, also known as Puyi, was born … Read More

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New 1 oz Silver Medal: 1st China International Coin Expo

Following the opening of the 1st China International Coin Expo on 22nd May in Beijing, seven highlights would be unveiled to the attendees and onlookers. Among those attractions, and drawing a large portion of the crowd’s attention, was the 1st … Read More

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