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The stories behind many (accidental) winners in coin collections often make for interesting reading.

Thanks for this piece. I believe you must have accumulated more than enough material by now to publish a book or two on your coin-related travels (and travails) in China!

**Europe seems to have an unheralded treasure trove of Chinese coins.
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NGC Presents: Much Better Late Than Never

"The calendar said “Spring,” but Beijing’s weather kept insisting “Winter.” It was March already, yet the temperature at night was below freezing. Darkness had fallen while I had dinner, and Fuxingmen subway station’s entrance was ever so conveniently located nearby. A quick one-station hop and a nice, warm hotel room awaited. I braced for the cold, stepped outside and, on a restless whim, turned my back to Fuxingmen. ..."

Read more at https://www.ngccoin.com/news/article/6531/China-1986-year-of-peace-coin/


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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Guess it won't win a popularity contest but there are others that won't win either.....

Looks like Alex designed both and the 5 oz was for the PA set.      Have seen about 2 of the 1 oz on ebay a year and none of the 5 oz.     Guesstimate that the 5 oz may have only been produced for the set.      Not official mint by a long shot but there are other non official medals too that are popular.     Still a semi immature Chinese coin/medal market so lets see what happens in the long run to these unofficial set medals......

PA has the answers to mintage, etc.....
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BADDA-BOOM
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A couple of years ago, I had one of those in the backseat of my car when I went to return a book at the library. As I got back to my car and saw the broken glass laying next to my car, I was obviously worried. Worst news ever. I opened up the rear passenger-side door to find a second ugly-ass dog medal in my backseat. Yuck.
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Information/relationship of the 5oz and 1oz dog medal?

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Modern Chinese Coins / Re: What's on your shelf?
« Last post by PandaCollector on April 16, 2018, 09:03:37 PM »
"The Gold & Silver Coins of China Standard Catalog" hardcover edition should be released in March, 2018.

Best wishes,
Peter Anthony
China Pricepedia
The Gold & Silver Panda Coin Buyer’s Guide 3
www.pandacollector.com

Per the author, the expected publishing date is now in May/June.

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 / Re: WTS***5 Graded MS70 NGC Gold Panda for sale
« Last post by bender9876 on April 16, 2018, 06:28:32 PM »
End tonight. 8;30 PM EST, Thanks everyone
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Modern Chinese Coins / Re: What's on your shelf?
« Last post by wg on April 16, 2018, 12:32:47 PM »
sry
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Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Selling gold panda and others
« Last post by hopeusw on April 16, 2018, 10:34:57 AM »
Add some more and also reduce prices for some. Updates:

1983 1/10 NGC 69 $240
1983 1/20 NGC 69 $435
1986 1 NGC 69 $1500
1987 1/2 NGC PF69 UC $770
1987 1/2 NGC PF69 UC Star Grade $950
1987 1 NGC PF69 UC $1550
1987 1/4 NGC PF69 UC $380
1987 1/10 S NGC 69 175
1987 1/20 NGC PF69 UC $220
1988 1/10 NGC PF69 UC $265
1988 1/20 NGC PF69 UC $150
1990 1/10 LD NGC 69 $175
1990 1/20 NGC PF69 UC $155
1991 1/10 SD NGC 69 $245
1992 1/10 SD NGC 69 $220
1993 1/4 NGC 69 $425
1993 1/10 LD NGC 69 $260
1994 1 SD NGC 69 $2300
1995 1/4 LD NGC 69 $3600
1995 1/10 LD NGC 69 $720
1996 1/4 LD NGC 69 $585
1996 1/4 SD NGC 69 $565
1996 1/4 SD NGC 70 $2000 (pop 4 total)
1998 1/10 SD NGC 69 $1200
1998  SD full set NGC 69 $14500
1998 1/4 LD NGC 69 $2400
1999 LD plain full set NGC 69 $7200
1999 1/2 SD NGC 69 $3200
2000 1/10 frost NGC 69 $260
2000 1 OZ silver frost NGC 69 $240
2001 1/10 NGC 69 $215
2004 1/10 NGC 69 $285
2005 1/10 NGC 69 $245
2008 1/10 NGC 69 $255
2017 1g panda OMP*4 $190 or $50 each


I also have
1994 12 OZ silver unicorn NGC 69 for $2900 750mint

Postage cost is $10 (priority mail+signature) or $5 (first class certified mail) to US address based on your choice. International shipping is $64 for express mail or $30 for registered mail (very slow) based on your choice. I accepted bank transfer, check personal paypal.
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