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* [[China 1998 50 yuan KM-1129|1998 50 yuan, ½ oz gold panda]]
 
* [[China 1998 50 yuan KM-1129|1998 50 yuan, ½ oz gold panda]]
  
* [[China 1999 50 yuan Panda Gold Sm Date]]
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* [[China 1999 50 yuan KM-1220|1999 50 yuan, ½ oz gold panda]]
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* [[China 1999 50 yuan Panda/Gold]]
 
  
 
* [[China 2000 50 yuan Gold]]
 
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* [[China 1987 500 yuan KM-164|1987 500 yuan, 5 oz gold panda]]
 
* [[China 1987 500 yuan KM-164|1987 500 yuan, 5 oz gold panda]]
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* [[China 1988 500 yuan KM-199|1988 500 yuan, 5 oz gold Year of the Dragon]]
 
* [[China 2001 500 yuan Panda Gold]]
 
* [[China 2001 500 yuan Panda Gold]]
 
* [[China 2001-D 500 yuan Panda Gold]]
 
* [[China 2001-D 500 yuan Panda Gold]]

Revision as of 22:36, 26 March 2020

Beware of counterfeits. Certification at PCGS is reccommended.

Chinese Empire (to 1912)

one cash

two through twenty cash

one dollar

Republic of China (1912-49)

chiao

cash

dollar or yuan

fen

one cent

ten cash

ten cents

twenty cents

People's Republic of China (1949 to date)

one yuan

five yuan

ten yuan

twenty yuan

twenty-five yuan

thirty yuan

fifty yuan

Goldberg sale 103, lot 2884
This specimen was lot 2884 in Goldberg sale 103 (Los Angeles, February 2018), where it sold for $199.75. The catalog description noted, "China. 50 Yuan, 2015. 5 ounce silver. Panda. With original case and certificate. Early Releases. NGC graded Proof 69 Ultra Cameo."

one hundred yuan

150 yuan

two hundred yuan

250, 300, 400 yuan

five hundred yuan

ounces

various patterns and essais