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Mirkkanen:
All prices include shipping via SFRB, Priority to USA mailbox. Additional services/methods can be discussed via PM, paid for by buyer. Will consider offers, but not looking to waste my time.

Selling Gold Pandas:
1982 1/10th Panda NGC MS69 $575
1988 1/10th G10Y NGC MS69 $265
1999 LD Plain 1 G5Y NGC MS69 $275
1999 Ld Plain 1 G10Y NGC MS69 $500
1999 G25Y LD Serif 1 NGC MS69 $1950
2000 G5Y Frosted NGC MS69 $475
2000 G25Y Frosted NGC MS70 $1100
2006 G200Y Panda NGC MS70 $1675

PM with interest, thank you

Mirkkanen:
BUMP, prices lowered:

Selling Gold Pandas:
1982 1/10th Panda NGC MS69 $550
1988 1/10th G10Y NGC MS69 $255
1993 LD G50Y NGC MS70 $1950
1999 LD Plain 1 G5Y NGC MS69 $265
1999 Ld Plain 1 G10Y NGC MS69 $475
1999 G25Y LD Serif 1 NGC MS69 $1900
2000 G5Y Frosted NGC MS69 $460
2000 G25Y Frosted NGC MS70 $1050
2006 G200Y Panda NGC MS70 $1625

Mirkkanen:
Selling Gold Pandas:
1982 1/10th Panda NGC MS69 $550
1993 LD G50Y NGC MS70 $1950
1999 LD Plain 1 G5Y NGC MS69 $265
1999 G25Y LD Serif 1 NGC MS69 $1900
2000 G5Y Frosted NGC MS69 $460
2000 G25Y Frosted NGC MS70 $1050
2006 G200Y Panda NGC MS70 $1625

Mirkkanen:
Out of curiosity, at what price does a 1982 1/10th gold panda graded NGC MS69 become a buy? Pricepedia's valuation is $600 according to the Nov-Dec issue. Perhaps this is not accurate for the US market because nobody is biting at $550. So then, at what price is the coin enticing? $525? $500? $475? Those of you continually looking to add select coins to your collection, I genuinely want to hear from you. Make me an offer.



--- Quote from: Mirkkanen on November 28, 2021, 09:47:30 PM ---Selling Gold Pandas:
1982 1/10th Panda NGC MS69 $550
1993 LD G50Y NGC MS70 $1950
1999 LD Plain 1 G5Y NGC MS69 $265
1999 G25Y LD Serif 1 NGC MS69 $1900
2000 G5Y Frosted NGC MS69 $460
2000 G25Y Frosted NGC MS70 $1050
2006 G200Y Panda NGC MS70 $1625

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KeepOnTrying!:

--- Quote from: Mirkkanen on December 08, 2021, 04:07:56 PM ---Out of curiosity, at what price does a 1982 1/10th gold panda graded NGC MS69 become a buy? Pricepedia's valuation is $600 according to the Nov-Dec issue. Perhaps this is not accurate for the US market because nobody is biting at $550. So then, at what price is the coin enticing? $525? $500? $475? Those of you continually looking to add select coins to your collection, I genuinely want to hear from you. Make me an offer.



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KeyDate1/2ozPanda has recently sold quite a number of coins here in the forum so I don’t think it’s poor market conditions that is holding yours. From my experience of commerce, the question is, are the coins priced to sell?

A quick review of these 1982 1/10 oz gold panda coins (MS69) show they are priced similarly to yours; there even 25 watchers monitoring the “short leaf” variety priced at $549.99.

Many other 1/10oz gold panda coins (MS69) are retailing on eBay in the lower 200’s.

The 1982 1/10 oz gold panda coin is not uncommon despite being the first in the series. It ranks at about the 16th position in terms of numbers minted.

Collectors buy coins that have room to grow.

Yes, Pricepedia is a guide based on recent coin sales but individual sellers or buyers may decide not use it to determine their price point. I have bought coins priced higher than what is shown in the Index.

The 1982 1/10 oz OMP sold in the mid 200’s just a few years ago and the MS69 sold for $375 though I don’t know if it was overpriced then.

Best wishes and good luck.

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