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Offline KeyDate1/2ozPandas

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Selling some coins
« on: August 06, 2017, 10:39:40 PM »
Looking to lighten up my inventory to make space for new slabs that came in. 

Add $10 to prices below for shipping up to 16 coins to a US address, no international shipping.  Payment via check or PP FF.

$2350 1983 1 NGC MS69 (1 available)
$1550 2001 1 NGC MS69 (1 available)
$1500 2010 1 PCGS MS70 (1 available)

$685  1985 1/2 NGC MS69 (1 available)
$685  1986 1/2 NGC MS69 (1 available)
$685  2011 1/2 NGC MS69 (3 available)

$370  1983 1/4 NGC MS69 (2 available)
$370  1989 1/4 SD NGC MS69 (2 available)
$470  1990 1/4 LD NGC MS69 (2 available)
$490  1991 1/4 SD NGC MS69 (4 available)

$225 1991 1/10 SD NGC MS69 (10 available)
$775 1995 1/10 LD NGC MS69 (3 available)

$175 1993 1/20 LD NGC MS69 (5 available)
$165 1993 1/20 SD NGC MS69 (5 available)


Offline hopeusw

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Re: Selling some coins
« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2017, 10:59:28 PM »
Buy these:

$685  1985 1/2 NGC MS69
$685  1986 1/2 NGC MS69
$370  1983 1/4 NGC MS69 *2
$370  1989 1/4 SD NGC MS69
$470  1990 1/4 LD NGC MS69
$225 1991 1/10 SD NGC MS69 * 10
$775  1995 1/10 LD NGC MS69

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Re: Selling some coins
« Reply #2 on: August 07, 2017, 12:00:31 AM »
Confirmed on prior post and email purchases.  Below is what is left.  Sorry to international payment, US banks are very strict now about international payments.

$2350 1983 1 NGC MS69
$1500 2010 1 PCGS MS70

$685  2011 1/2 NGC MS69 (3 available)

$370  1989 1/4 SD NGC MS69
$490  1991 1/4 SD NGC MS69 (2 available)

$775 1995 1/10 LD NGC MS69

$175 1993 1/20 LD NGC MS69 (5 available)
$165 1993 1/20 SD NGC MS69 (5 available)

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Re: Selling some coins
« Reply #3 on: August 08, 2017, 04:50:52 AM »
email sent

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Re: Selling some coins
« Reply #4 on: August 11, 2017, 01:45:44 AM »
Withdraw all coins.  Thank you.

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Re: Selling some coins
« Reply #5 on: August 11, 2017, 09:24:49 AM »
  Sorry to international payment, US banks are very strict now about international payments.



what does this mean? can we no longer receive international wire transfers from countries such as China?

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Re: Selling some coins
« Reply #6 on: August 11, 2017, 01:32:05 PM »
Bank has to notify Federal Reserve automatically for transaction more than $10,000 international. This regulation has been around for at least 25 years. I am not aware if this regulation has changed.

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« Reply #7 on: August 11, 2017, 04:31:26 PM »
Each bank has its own rules about wire transfers.  Receiving wire from a business (dealer) in China is still ok, it is receiving money from individuals that has gotten harder.  Mainland Chinese individuals send money to the US for investment purposes and receiving account essentially is selling investments and/or securities into partnership without proper registrations, so anytime the bank see multiple wires coming in from individuals in China they assume you are selling some investment vehicle and put a hold on your account.   Big banks are tightening up to avoid future fines, similar to HSBC had to pay for helping mainlanders move money.