Gold Panda Potentials

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    Just curious what peoples opinions are on which gold pandas they feel are undervalued in the currant market. I know that no one has a crystal ball but its fun to speculate. I recently have been thinking that their might be some upswing with the 1/10 oz bears. With so much hype over the 1/2 and even some 1/4 oz bears I think that it will carry down to the smaller bears plus they are more affordable for collectors and still obtainable to put together a set.
     
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    From Apmex -
    Product Details: Gold Panda coins are one of the only bullion coins to feature a yearly changing design. In 2016, the series changed to match the metric system. The 1/10 oz Gold Panda was replaced with this 3 gram Gold Panda, still containing .999 fine Gold.

    For me the most collectable is the 8 gram coin.
     
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    So you like the 1/4 oz coins or just the 8 gram one?
     
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    I have been buying only the 8 gram (¥100 Yuan) every year since 2016. :)
    FYI - The mintage for Gold Pandas Coins:
    (¥10 Yuan) 1,000,000 (1 gr.),
    (¥50 Yuan) 800,000 (3 gr.),
    (¥100 Yuan) 600,000, (8 gr.),
    (¥200 Yuan) 600,000, (15 gr.),
    and (¥500 Yuan) 700,000 (30 gr.)
     

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