Tag: China

NGC, NCS and PMG Announce Major Expansion in China

NGC, NCS and PMG Announce Major Expansion in China

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®), Numismatic Conservation Services® (NCS®) and Paper Money Guaranty® (PMG®) have entered their next phase of expansion in China with several major developments. The three companies, which are independent members of the Certified Collectibles Group® (CCG®), have extended their Official Submission Center agreement with Guangzhou National Standard Numismatic Collection Grading Co., Ltd. […]

Rare Chinese Banknotes to be Sold at May 24 Hong Kong Auction

Rare Chinese Banknotes to be Sold at May 24 Hong Kong Auction

By Archives International Auctions….   Fort Lee, N.J.-based Archives International Auctions (AIA) will offer over 500 lots of rare Chinese and Asian banknotes, plus scripophily rarities (stocks and bonds), in a public auction slated for Sunday, May 24th. The event will be held at the offices of Kelleher & Rogers, Fine Asian Auctions Ltd., in […]

David T. Alexander: Ships on World Coins!

David T. Alexander: Ships on World Coins!

By David Thomason Alexander for CoinWeek….   With their natural grace and implied motion, Ships are among the most beautiful elements in the coin designs for nations around the globe and provide a wonderful collecting topic for beginning and advanced collectors. The appeal of a graceful Bahamian sloop or a smooth-sailing Fiji outrigger canoe in […]

1944 Palestine Currency Board 5-Pound Banknote Sells for $12,980

1944 Palestine Currency Board 5-Pound Banknote Sells for $12,980

By Archives International Auctions…. A Palestine Currency Board £5 note dated 1944 and with rare “F” prefix sold for $12,980 at a sale of U.S. and worldwide banknotes, federal bonds and documents and security printing ephemera held March 10 by Archives International Auctions, in the firm’s offices at 1580 Lemoine Avenue in Fort Lee, New […]

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The Fitzcarraldo of Kweichow and the 1928 Chinese “Auto Dollar”

The Fitzcarraldo of Kweichow and the 1928 Chinese “Auto Dollar”

By Ron Drzewucki – www.moderncoinwholesale.com….   Originally posted on Ron’s blog at www.moderncoinwholesale.com on 2/4/2015.   It’s said that every coin tells a story. Boy, do I have one straight out of Mysteries of the Unknown… In 1928, the warlord of Kweichow province, Zhou Xicheng, minted a coin to commemorate the completion of the Kweichow […]

Pakistan China Cooperation Honored on 20 Rupee Coin

Pakistan China Cooperation Honored on 20 Rupee Coin

By CoinWeek News Staff…. The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) is set to release a 20-rupee (Rs.20) commemorative coin on Saturday, January 31 to celebrate 2015, a “Year of Friendly Exchange” between Pakistan and China. The flags of both nations can be found in the center of the reverse, with the Pakistani flag on the […]

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A 32-Year History in Two-and-a-Half Pages: The Case of the Chinese Panda

A 32-Year History in Two-and-a-Half Pages: The Case of the Chinese Panda

By Ron Drzewucki – www.moderncoinwholesale.com….   Originally posted on Ron’s blog at www.moderncoinwholesale.com on 12/10/2014.   Bullion collectors today enjoy a smorgasbord of products from a variety of nations. After the Krugerrand proved there was an international market for such items, many of the world’s economic powerhouses followed suit, starting in the late 1970s. One […]

By January 24, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Consumer Demand for Gold Up 53% in Q2 2013 Led by Strong Growth in China and India

Consumer Demand for Gold Up 53% in Q2 2013 Led by Strong Growth in China and India

The latest World Gold Council Gold Demand Trends report, which covers the period April-June 2013, highlights how recent falls in the gold price have generated significant increases in demand, most notably from consumers in China and India – by far the biggest markets for gold – compared with the same time last year. Globally, jewellery […]

Dealers Report Very Strong Gold Demand from China and India

Dealers Report Very Strong Gold Demand from China and India

WHOLESALE gold bullion prices ended Tuesday morning in London at $1655 per ounce, regaining ground lost yesterday to climb back to where it started the week, with dealers reporting signs of strong demand from India and China, the world’s two biggest gold buying nations. Silver climbed to $30.40 an ounce, slightly up on the week so […]

Gold’s performance reflects continued challenging economic climate

Gold’s performance reflects continued challenging economic climate

Global gold demand in Q2 2012 was 990.0 tonnes (t), down 7% from the 1,065.8t in Q2 2011 according to the World Gold Council’s Gold Demand Trends report. This dip in demand was partly due to the comparison with exceptional demand last year, and also reflects the challenging global economic climate. In this context, gold […]

Perth Mint Celebrates 40 Years of Austraila-China Relations

Perth Mint Celebrates 40 Years of Austraila-China Relations

As Australia’s specialist precious metals mint, The Perth Mint is proud to release a commemorative coin celebrating the 40th anniversary of friendship between the Commonwealth of Australia and the People’s Republic of China. Struck from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver in specimen quality, the coin’s reverse portrays the animal emblem of each nation, the Kangaroo […]

Bullion Market “Marking Time” Until Federal Reserve Symposium, Euro Currency “Does Not Need Saving”

Bullion Market “Marking Time” Until Federal Reserve Symposium, Euro Currency “Does Not Need Saving”

U.S. DOLLAR gold prices traded slightly lower Friday morning in London, hovering around $1610 an ounce for most of the session, as stock markets also edged lower and US Treasuries gained, after trade data from China provided further signs of economic slowdown. China’s trade surplus fell by 20% month-on-month in July, with both import and export growth […]

Gold Seeks “Foothold Above $1600″, China Stimulus “Likely to be Positive for Gold”

Gold Seeks “Foothold Above $1600″, China Stimulus “Likely to be Positive for Gold”

London Gold Market Report from Ben Traynor BullionVault Thursday 9 August 2012 WHOLESALE MARKET prices to buy gold bullion hovered in a tight range around $1615 an ounce for much of Thursday morning in London – marginally above where they started the week – before dipping slightly around lunchtime, while stock markets also edged lower following gains earlier […]

Huge Physical Gold Shortage Looms

Huge Physical Gold Shortage Looms

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com A number of so-called experts are proclaiming that gold’s price is in a bubble that has burst.  However, actual market activity signals that demand for physical gold is draining available supplies. In the first five months of 2012, at least 315 tons (10.1 million […]

China, central banks and ETFs underpin demand for gold

China, central banks and ETFs underpin demand for gold

Global gold demand in Q1 2012 was 1,097.6 tonnes (t), down 5% from the high demand levels seen in Q1 2011 (1,150.7t), according to the World Gold Council’s Gold Demand Trends report. This decrease was largely to be expected given the introduction of import taxes in India and high gold prices. Gold demand value however, […]

Will The March 28 Meeting In New Delhi Torpedo The US Dollar?

Will The March 28 Meeting In New Delhi Torpedo The US Dollar?

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com In recent years, when gold and silver prices were knocked down hard, this development was almost always followed by the occurrence or at least the disclosure of events that were horrible news for the US government, economy, or dollar. With the extreme blatant suppression […]

China’s “Mystery” Gold Buyer

China’s “Mystery” Gold Buyer

by Adrian Ash BullionVault Was the People’s Bank of China really buying gold at the rate of 1 ounce in every 8 sold worldwide last quarter…? SO THOSE MILITANT crazies known to the mainstream media as “gold bugs” – and to the FBI as subversives – got the headline they’ve been longing for, apparently, last […]

By February 20, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
China’s 2012 Gold Panic

China’s 2012 Gold Panic

by Adrian Ash BullionVault Wednesday, 11 January 2011 China’s latest gold figures look unrelentingly bullish. Too bullish perhaps… SO “GROWTH has [now] replaced inflation as Beijing’s top policy concern,” says Qu Hongbin, Asian economics expert at HSBC in Hong Kong, forecasting three cuts to China’s banking reserve requirements by July. “There is developing in Beijing, […]

By January 11, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Leaked State Department Documents Confirm US Government Gold Price Suppression!

Leaked State Department Documents Confirm US Government Gold Price Suppression!

Originally Published in Liberty’s Outlook – Volume 17, Issue 9 US Government Knows That Chinese Government Knows About Manipulation! – Extreme Volatility Points To Higher Gold And Silver Prices Soon! – Swiss National Bank Debases Its Own Currency! In the past five weeks, the prices of gold and silver have been extremely volatile. price ranges […]

By September 12, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Gift Investment Bars To Be Offered for First Time In China

Gift Investment Bars To Be Offered for First Time In China

World Gold Council and ICBC launch first physical gift investment bar in China Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Ltd. (ICBC) and the World Gold Council today launched the Only Gold Gift Bar, the first gold investment gifting product in China. This product will create a new segment in the investment market to meet the […]

By February 15, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
 
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