2011 1 oz. Gold Chinese Panda (Sealed) Coin Review & Opinions

These are my opinions regarding the 2011 Chinese one ounce gold Panda coin. This coin is highly sought after by both bullion and numismatic coin collectors. It tends to carry a small premium over spot, therefore it’s more than just a “bullion coin” in my opinion. My suggestion when purchasing…

13 Comments on “2011 1 oz. Gold Chinese Panda (Sealed) Coin Review & Opinions”

  1. The 1oz Chinese Gold Panda usually get charged at a higher premium over spot mainly due to the hassle/pain to get them from China which any bullion dealers would tell you (have to go through the Chinese dealers, custom, shipping & handling). Dealer would usually charge you a premium of 10% over spot comparing to the 1oz Maple Leaf or Philharmonic of 5%. So from that sense the Chinese Panda is a collectible. However your version of the coin is very common:)

  2. Lol, I know. Nobody would sell real gold for free period. But it would be cool if someone did. Who knows. And the giant pandas are awesome. But like you said, the premium is insane. Anyway, nice video man.

  3. The only free Pandas are the fake ones minted from fake metals LOL I’d love to have one of the giant Pandas but the premium on those is insane.

  4. The only free Pandas are the fake ones minted from fake metals LOL =) I’d love to have one of the giant Pandas but the premium on those is insane.

  5. Yea, they both look nice but Silver just has that magical something that makes it so attractive. Lol, but if somebody ever offered me a gold panda for free I would not hesitate to get it 🙂

  6. It’s hard to say. I like both but I’ll agree that the silver ones look better, if you can take the value of the coin out of your mind =) That seems to skew opinions.

  7. Silver in my opinion looks better. I like gold, but don’t the pandas just look so much better in silver?

  8. It makes one wonder why China and Australia don’t devise some sort of authentication mechanism within their seals. I’m sure however that could be counterfeited though.

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