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1995 Munich Coin Expostion Panda Certificate of Authenticity



http://china-mint.info/forum/index.php?action=gallery;sa=view;id=666

1995 Munich Coin Exposition Panda Certificate of Authenticity--both sides are shown.
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Modern Chinese Coins / Champion Macau Auction
« Last post by 1668Chris on Today at 07:13:10 PM »
All I can say is wow...there are virtually no pandas for sale.  Very unusual since I have been following their auctions since 2011.  Is there no supply or did everyone consign to Heritage????
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Dear all.

I have recorded a lot of stuff during my visit to the "Beijing International Coin Expo". A first video from the official Panda 2018 launch ceremony is already on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfFzX3sVztY&t=623s

I would be happy if some of you become my followers on YouTube. I will add some more video links over the comings days as soon as the stuff is ready :-)

Best wishes and greetings
Sebastian

Thanks for posting that video.  Very good publicity for the panda coins in China. I wish they had a similar launch ceremony here in the USA with the Press attending. That will definitely generate more interest in this coin series.

I wonder what they mean by “Bring the Panda home”

+1.
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https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/57913275_1990-panda-premier-tri-metallic-coin-set

here is another Small P Panda (in a Set with Gold and Platinum) - Auction ended 11-25-17
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Dear all.

I have recorded a lot of stuff during my visit to the "Beijing International Coin Expo". A first video from the official Panda 2018 launch ceremony is already on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfFzX3sVztY&t=623s

I would be happy if some of you become my followers on YouTube. I will add some more video links over the comings days as soon as the stuff is ready :-)

Best wishes and greetings
Sebastian
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Modern Chinese Coins / Re: Newly issued MCC
« Last post by pandamonium on Today at 08:57:49 AM »
Interesting rare medal.    If it was on ebay, I would consider it a fake but not now.       My guesstimate is there are many other oddball medals from the Mints.     They were probably melted or abused so could have a very large upside.    Wonder how many undiscovered medals are in people's safes or storage areas.     This semi immature market needs a lot more research and posting photos really helps....................
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Modern Chinese Coins / Re: Newly issued MCC
« Last post by PandaCollector on Today at 06:39:32 AM »
Here is something that may be rare, or may not be.  It is the first of an unsuccessful series the Shenyang Mint Struck for a Shanghai coin company in 1995. It is a reproduction of a USA 1804 silver Dollar. The 1804's design is split between two medals with the obverse on one piece and the reverse on the other, so it is not a copy. Authorized mintage was 30,000. I asked around at BICE and heard that the actual mintage was quite low. These were intended for the domestic China market and at that time there was no interest. A series of great Chinese coins from the same company was much more successful. I also asked the world coin department at Stack's-Bowers about these and they had never heard of them. Likewise, nobody at the Shenyang Mint today remembers them. At this time that's about all the information I have on this set. Anybody else (Frank?) know something about it?



Where was this found? An outdoor flea market in Beijing.

Best wishes,
Peter Anthony
China Pricepedia
The Gold & Silver Panda Coin Buyer’s Guide 3
www.pandacollector.com
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Last reduction to 730eur

and forgot to mention that Ox comes with COA and box.
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Modern Chinese Coins / Re: 2018 Dragon and Phoenix coin
« Last post by Yadanut on Today at 03:05:14 AM »
I would like to have two medals. How do I get it?
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Fake Chinese Coins / Re: 1989 Silver Panda Real?
« Last post by Yadanut on Today at 03:03:41 AM »
The face will be real. I want it
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