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PF 69 1/10 SOLD...
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To make this set today is almost impossible, that is the good news.  The bad news is people who collect the 1/20 and 1/10 enjoy making sets themselves and often lack the budget to buy an entire set one shot.  I have struggled to sell complete series sets and have found breaking them up into singles or groups works well for collector budgets.  I have a few collectors that spend $500-$1000/month on 1/10 coins, they wish they could spend more but that is all they can sacrifice when the paychecks comes in.   Those that buy yearly 1.9oz set prefer to buy the entire 5 coin set even if it costs $10K.

I hope you find some deep-pocket collector that can afford to buy it all.

Hi Arif,

Thanks for your insightful commentary and helpful tips, greatly appreciated. If this set doesn’t sell then it will just go back into my collection.   

Fortunately I’m in no hurry to sell and will be listing additional coins in the coming weeks/months while keeping a few for my personal collection.

Thanks again !
comeaux 
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I've been on Reddit Wall Street Silver (WSS) for over 6 months now.  Have posted many topics that got negative return fire then they investigated my claims.  The apes then agreed to my posts and did further research and posted themselves.  Much about bullion, Chinese coins, and other very important topics not allowed here.  WSS apes are willing to research and learn.  Many apes are now exposed to the common sense of owning Chinese.  They understand the picture but have not purchased much yet.  It is a huge world wide crowd there and I expect them to make a move into Chinese.  Lets face it, many have a strong dislike for China but their currency will rule due to gold ownership so what choice do people have to survive the future then own Chinese money? WSS apes have huge buying power because it is a worldwide moment for the people.  Big money will soon flood into bullion too so expect coin shops to be sold out (as many are today) overnight like back in 2008-09.  Junk silver is the highest demand silver today because it is recognizable currency...
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You have already barked up this tree too many times, the real market movers are on Reddit.  Start your thread and build a following, that will take Chinese coins, silver, or whatever you fancy to the moon.  It is too easy in today's meme stock world to get everyone on board.   

I posted something on FB group about uranium mining stocks in February, the guy took it to Reddit and grew membership from zero to 18,000 subscribers in 7 months. The stocks have spiked 2x-4x since that group started.  I wouldn't be surprised if it gets to 50K subscribers by 1 year anniversary and stocks double again.

https://subredditstats.com/r/Uraniumsqueeze
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King World News  "We are 4 months from China's launch of a digital currency that will backed by gold".

Goldmoney  "A tale of two civilizations"...
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Buy, Sell & Trade / Selling: KOREA AE charm
« Last post by panda on Yesterday at 02:31:49 PM »
Please see pictures, size about 40mm

Asking PP FF $300 obo, shipped to Canada / USA by UPS with tracking#

 :thumbup:
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Selling:

China 1908 Yunnan Silver Dragon Dollar, LM-418 NGC graded AU53, RARE TYPE

$13,500

(Also other Chinese silver dollars to sell)

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To make this set today is almost impossible, that is the good news.  The bad news is people who collect the 1/20 and 1/10 enjoy making sets themselves and often lack the budget to buy an entire set one shot.  I have struggled to sell complete series sets and have found breaking them up into singles or groups works well for collector budgets.  I have a few collectors that spend $500-$1000/month on 1/10 coins, they wish they could spend more but that is all they can sacrifice when the paychecks comes in.   Those that buy yearly 1.9oz set prefer to buy the entire 5 coin set even if it costs $10K.

I hope you find some deep-pocket collector that can afford to buy it all.
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Quote from: dynamike51
N31 :001_tt1: wow ... this must have taken many years.

Thanks bros !!! yea it took a few years but was a lot of fun !

I’ll have several other coins to eventually sell but in no hurry, over the last few years I’ve been slowly selling a lot of my collectibles including CGC graded books and vintage toys but have a ways to go. 
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Selling 1/10 oz. Gold Panda set of 40 coins, I will not break up the set.   

$17,500

Payment via wire transfer, check, Zelle, Ethereum (ETC) or cash. I travel between Louisiana, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico and Texas so if you want to meet in person this can be arranged.

Shipping via USPS Registered – I have shipped to several countries outside of the USA and willing do so however prefer to ship domestically within the USA. The last time I shipped to China, I drop shipped to the buyers friend in California which is a preferred method to China.

All coins are in excellent condition, photos upon request.   

1.   1982 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69
2.   1983 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69
3.   1984 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69
4.   1985 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69
5.   1986 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69
6.   1987-Y .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69
7.   1987-S .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69
8.   1988 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69
9.   1989 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69 Small Date
10.   1989 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69 Large Date
11.   1990 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69 Small Date
12.   1990 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69 Large Date
13.   1991 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69
14.   1992 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69 Small Date
15.   1993 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69 Small Date
16.   1993 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69 Large Date
17.   1994 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69 Small Date
18.   1995 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69 Large Date
19.   1996 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69 Small Date
20.   1997 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69 Large Date
21.   1998 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69 Large Date
22.   1999 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69 Large Date Plain 1
23.   2000 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69
24.   2001-D .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69
25.   2001 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69
26.   2003 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS70 "Frosted"
27.   2003 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69 "Mirror"
28.   2004 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69
29.   2005 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS70
30.   2006 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS69
31.   2007 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS70
32.   2008 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS70
33.   2009 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS70
34.   2010 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS70
35.   2011 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS70
36.   2012 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS70
37.   2013 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS70
38.   2014 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS70
39.   2015 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS70
40.   2016 .10 oz Gold Chinese Panda NGC MS70



 N31 :001_tt1: wow ... this must have taken many years.

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