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Hong Kong Dollars


A colony of Great Britain, Hong Kong relied primarily on foreign currency since in its establishment in 1841. The Hong Kong Dollar remains in circulation today, though the country is a special administrative region of China. Below is a selection of commemorative, gold Hong Kong Dollar’s celebrating the Lunar New Year.

Below are a further selection of limited and rare Chinese / Hong Kong coins that we currently have in stock.


$1000 Hong Kong 1978 Year of the Horse

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from £883.10

$1000 Hong Kong 1975 Royal Visit

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from £883.10

$1000 Hong Kong 1982 Year of the Dog

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from £883.10

$1000 Hong Kong 1986 Year of the Tiger

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from £883.10

$1000 Hong Kong 1983 Year of the Pig

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from £943.10

$1000 Hong Kong 1984 Year of the Rat

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from £943.10

$1000 Hong Kong 1979 Year of the Goat

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from £943.10

2004 Macau 1000 Patacas Year of the Monkey Gold Proof Coin Boxed

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from £968.10

$1000 Hong Kong 1976 Year of the Dragon

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from £968.10


Following the end of the First Opium War in 1842 Hong Kong was formally ceded to the United Kingdom in the 1842 Treaty of Nanking. The colony continued until 1997 when the entire territory was returned to China. Hong Kong still maintains a separate government from mainland China and the people identify as Hongkongers rather than as Chinese.

A Hong Kong Mint existed for only two years - 1866 to 1868, with poor reception to the coins produced, and debasement of silver coins resulting in huge losses and its subsequent closure.

The commemorative Lunar New Year coins were produced by The Royal Mint in the United Kingdom and were released yearly between 1976-86, along with a select few Royal Visit and Proof Coins in later years.

If you are looking for a particular item or have further questions, please contact our friendly and knowledgeable team on 0121 634 8060 or submit your question on the contact form, where they shall be able to assist you.

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We also buy Chinese/ Hong Kong Gold Coins of any age or denomination at very competitive rates - Please telephone 0121 634 8060 for a quote.

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