Early Year Panda Gold Coins From 1984 Offer Amazing Buying Opportunity,
& Panda America is offering them at an Amazing Price!
The numbers of 1 oz. pure gold Pandas minted had their ups and downs from 1982 through 2010—ranging from 13,532 in 1982 to 300,000 in 2010—but mintages have shown continued growth beginning in 2003, rising from 36,300 in 2003 to 300,000 in 2010. Collectors have paid attention to the low mintage of the first year of issue - rewarding it with a value of close to $3,000—but other small mintages still have relatively low premiums. Panda America would like to make you aware of one of these low mintage, low premium 1 oz. gold Panda coins—the 1984 issue, with just 25,183 minted. The 1984 1 oz. Gold Panda was just the 3rd Panda Gold coin issued, and the Pandamonium that later swept the gold bullion marketplace had not yet occurred. This particular coin represents an excellent buying opportunity for Panda collectors:
When recent Panda purchasers try to collect every date in the series, they will find out that many of the earlier issues are hard to find or have appreciated in price due to their low mintages. The 1984 1 oz. gold Pandas are more than 10 times rarer than the 2010 Pandas—but current prices STILL don’t reflect this glaring fact! Panda America is happy to offer our VIP customers - while supplies last - a price lower than the market value for this coin! You should consider adding one or more examples of these low mintage 1984 Pandas to your coin collection or investment portfolio before the age-old Law of Supply and Demand causes prices to increase.