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Identification Help / Re: Punching to identify
« Last post by poconopenn on Yesterday at 09:22:27 PM »
Welcome to the forum.

The Chinese characters do suggest that teapot is made with Pewter. However, it is a modern reproduction, since one of the Chinese character is in simplified form which suggests this teapot was made after 1950.
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Identification Help / Punching to identify
« Last post by giovannoni67 on Yesterday at 05:36:15 PM »
I am in possession of a Pewter teapot with a Chinese mark that should date back to about 1700, of which I attach the photo. Unfortunately I do not know this language, so I kindly ask for help from users of the forum. In particular, I ask if we can go back to the dynasty, etc.
I apologize to everyone if this should not be the right section.
Thank you in advance for your help.
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Chinese Numismatic News, Articles, Books / Re: Good Circulation (NGC News)
« Last post by fwang2450 on Yesterday at 05:09:08 PM »
Another nice article, Peter. I myself moved from Chinese precious metal commemoratives to circulating coins. I still buy precious metal commemoratives once in a while, but most of my purchases in the past few years were circulating coins, those used in real life. It is a lot easier to apply what I learned from the US numismatic market and books to this segment, such as varieties and conditional rarity. It is a lot of fun and financially rewarding.
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Chinese Numismatic News, Articles, Books / Re: Good Circulation (NGC News)
« Last post by poconopenn on Yesterday at 04:24:03 PM »
Here are some recent (2018) auction results of 1993 5 Yuan copper panda.

http://www.coin001.com/hack.php?H_name=bigauction&action=detail&aid=2009&skip=1 (BU bank specimen, NGC MS63, RMB 49,350 =US$7,350)

http://www.coin001.com/hack.php?H_name=bigauction&action=detail&aid=523&skip=1 (Proof bank specimen, OMP, RMB 150,483=US$22,460)

http://www.coin001.com/hack.php?H_name=bigauction&action=detail&aid=972&skip=1 (NGC MS 68RDPL, RMB 4,221=US $630)

http://www.coin001.com/hack.php?H_name=bigauction&action=detail&aid=2042&skip=1 (NGC PF 67RDUC, RMB 6,321=US$950)

http://www.coin001.com/hack.php?H_name=bigauction&action=detail&aid=1990&skip=1 (NGC MS68RD, RMB 1,155= US$170)


Please note that the membership of this forum is about 2450, while coin001 has about 126,700. The majority of members in this forum are MCC, especially panda, collectors, while the majority members at coin001 are circulated coin collectors. The significant large collector base vs. other MCC, has supported the valuation of circulated coins in this down market.
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Ok, a bit of google....

1993 2 Pandas 5 Yn Sun-J27a:  MS
1993 2 Pandas 5 Yn Sun-J27b1:  PL
1993 2 Pandas 5 Yn Sun-J27b2:  PR
1993 2 Pandas 5 Yn Sun-J27c Sample:  SP
1993 2 Pandas 5 Yn Sun-J27d Sample:  PR
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Chinese Numismatic News, Articles, Books / Re: Good Circulation (NGC News)
« Last post by ccl on Yesterday at 12:14:11 PM »
there's also a 1993 5 Yuan Copper Panda Sun-j27c Bank Specimen Coin which sold in May 2016
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Interesting.  A proof and a BU copper 93 panda.
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Chinese Numismatic News, Articles, Books / Good Circulation (NGC News)
« Last post by PandaCollector on Yesterday at 10:35:47 AM »
"My cell phone rang as I waited to board a flight to Beijing from San Francisco International Airport. “Hey Peter, can you check out what dealers are selling at the show?” It was a coin dealer friend.

“Sure,” I replied, “Anything in particular?”

“I have a lot of cash coins here, but just tell me how it goes over there…" read more at https://www.ngccoin.com/news/article/6697/



Best wishes,
Peter Anthony
China Pricepedia — Chinese Coin Prices and More
The Gold & Silver Panda Coin Buyer’s Guide 3
www.pandacollector.com
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Buy, Sell & Trade / North Korean Coins in China Pricepedia!!???
« Last post by PandaCollector on Yesterday at 01:01:51 AM »
Curious about North Korean coins? Discover what's developing in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (or DPRK) numismatics in the June-July 2018 China Pricepedia . It's more then you might think. Find out who makes 'em plus many other bits and pieces about the country's numismatic products (yeah, they're still illegal in the USA, but maybe not forever). And how 'bout those Trump/Kim Jong Un Summit medals?



Then Adam Biagi offers a dealer's-eye view of today's coin markets. Like always China Pricepedia has more than 100 pages of coin prices, mintages and notes about individual coins. Did a coin sell high because it is a scarce variety? Did it sell low because it was impaired with white spots? Find out in  China Pricepedia

Get it all every month! Grab a special deal now while it lasts at: http://www.pandacollector.com/pricepedia2016.html

Best wishes,
Peter Anthony
China Pricepedia — Chinese Coin Prices and More
The Gold & Silver Panda Coin Buyer’s Guide 3
www.pandacollector.com
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Buy, Sell & Trade / SELLING: Lunar dragon 1988 Gold 8g NGC 69
« Last post by Clark Smith on July 19, 2018, 01:03:25 PM »
SELLING:

I have 5 beautiful 1988 Gold Lunar Dragon 150 Yuan (8g) now certified by NGC as PF-69 Ultra Cameo.

Here is one of them:  NGC cert #  4701312-005

Included is the box and COA if wanted.

Price $1,000 each.   (payment by check, USA delivery included)
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