CGCI, China Gold Coin Incorporation was established in 1987. It is under the direct supervision of the People's Bank of China (pictured).
China Gold Coin Incorporation is the sole body dealing in gold and silver Chinese Bullion Coins.
It is obligated with the issuance of precious metal coins, and for the assessment of national reserves of precious metals for the Central Bank.
China Gold Coin Inc., functions include; coin development, design, mintage and distribution of CGSCC (Chinese Gold and Silver Commemorative Coins).
China Gold Coin Incorporation is actively developing and expanding the Chinese bullion market and commemorative coin market, at home and abroad.
It has established large distribution centers throughout Asia, in addition to Europe and the Americas, the China Gold Coin Corporation has also established extensive cooperative relationships with major coin dealers and banks, around the world.
The first of many of the Chinese Gold Coin Incorporated subsidiaries are the China Great Wall Coins & Investments Ltd., it was established in 1988 and is located in Hong Kong.
its inception, the China Great Wall Coins & Investments Ltd. has
set up the distribution of Chinese coins through a network of
international coin dealers and institutions.
This company also distributes Chinese ancient gold and silver medallions, circulated bank notes and other commemorative coins.
The following is a list of China Gold Coin Incorporation branch subsidiaries:
Source: China Gold Coin Corporation
Note: This site is entirely in the Chinese language, check your internet browser for a language translation option.
The "Face Value" of a bullion coin, does not represent the "Real Value" of the different precious metal bullion coins.
Chinese Bullion Coins are bought and sold based on the current market spot price of gold or silver, plus a small premium to cover minting, handling, distribution, and marketing costs.
Chinese Gold and Silver Bullion Coins often carry a higher premium than other bullion coins due to their low mintage and design.
Since 2011, the China Gold Coin Incorporation has been increasing the mintage figures of their bullion coins, this may affect the bullion value of these coins.
As is often the case, the best way to find Chinese Bullion Coins closest to their Precious Metals Spot Price, is to buy the Gold or Silver Panda bullion coins in their current year.
Furthermore, Chinese Bullion Coins have been coming under the increasing scrutiny, in recent years, due to forgeries. To minimize this risk, it is best to buy these bullion coins from a reputable bullion dealer.
Gold and Silver Spot Price Charts are located on every one of the bullion coin pages below.
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