People’s Republic of China is the most populated country on Earth and the second largest one by land. This Asian country is unique in various different ways, holding the powers and attention for centuries. At present it has the most fast-growing economy in the world, the biggest standing army and nuclear weapons. At the same time China is one of a few remaining countries ruled by Communists. The policy of the only allowed political party of China is tough and restrictive in many ways, such as family planning and freedom of press. As the large part of landmass, China has great biodiversity conceding only to Brazil and Colombia. The widely known endemics of China are giant panda and bamboo. Black and white panda bear is a part of national heritage of the country, endangered and breeding by government. Pandas often are depicted on different emblems; some Chinese coins of special mintage bear panda’s images too.
Being the birthplace of one of the earliest civilization, China has numerous remaining heritages to show along with distinctive cultural traditions. Many of the Chinese features are a sort of exotic for western people, others are constantly popular. The most common Chinese trace in the current world is Lunar Horoscope. The system of 12 animal patrons, ruling each its own year, became greatly widespread idea in later decades. As a result the huge amount of Lunar Calendar coin sets appeared in many countries. The original special Chinese coins depicting the animal signs are available too.
The most popular image to mint on the commemorative coins of China seems to be dragon. This mythical creature has been the symbol of China during his long history and currently is its unofficial emblem. Different Chinese coins with variant subjects are for sale at Coinsberg.com. There are coins of China applying to traditional heritage of the country, along with the ones showing current political themes. Some collectible Chinese coins, issued by partly independent territories of the state, are quite rare and desirable ones for collectors. Numerous modern coins of China often have different features to show, such as colorizing, plating, unusual shapes and others.
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