Dillon Gage partners with Hong Kong company to distribute Chinese coins

Dillon Gage Asia—a subsidiary of Dillon Gage Metals, one of the world’s largest precious metals wholesale firms—has partnered with China Great Wall Coins Investment to distribute bullion coins from the official sovereign mint of China.

China Great Wall is a subsidiary of the People’s Bank of China, which is based in Hong Kong. With this new relationship, Dillon Gage is now authorized to distribute products from nine of the world’s sovereign mints, including the Royal Canadian Mint; the U.S. Mint; Britain’s Royal Mint; Australia’s Perth Mint as well as the Austrian Mint; the New Zealand Mint; South Africa’s Rand Refinery; and the Banco de Mexico.

“Our distribution agreement with China Great Wall represents a significant milestone for our wholesale operations,” said Terry Hanlon, president of Dillon Gage Metals. “We’re now authorized to distribute on behalf of all major, global sovereign mints, and this particular deal should be a huge boost to our Singapore-based subsidiary, Dillon Gage Asia.”


China Great Wall offers a select set of bullion that have garnered widespread interest within the international market. The most prominent examples include its “panda coins,” which have been produced annually since 1982.

For more information, visit the Dillon Gage website.

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