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Stacks & Bowers auction results for cash, Imperial & Republic coins and MCC, April 7/8, 2016 at H.K.

https://auctions.stacksbowers.com/auctions/3-2J26A?view=list&sort=lot_number&is_mixed_lot=sometimes&limit=36 (On-site auction)

https://auctions.stacksbowers.com/auctions/3-2J852 (Internet auction only)

https://auctions.stacksbowers.com/lots/view/3-2J3T8   (1995 ½ oz. gold panda, small date, raw coin, $21,510)

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Stacks & Bowers auction results for cash, Imperial & Republic coins and MCC, April 7/8, 2016 at H.K.

https://auctions.stacksbowers.com/lots/view/3-2J3T8   (1995 ½ oz. gold panda, small date, raw coin, $21,510)


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Which was declared? "A single minor break to the frost on the obverse,"
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Do the prices listed here include the 19.5% buyer's premium?

Does this buyer's premium include the cost of shipping to you?

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Interesting to see which 1/2 will be next to blast off. That's what makes collecting these so thrilling...

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Do the prices listed here include the 19.5% buyer's premium?

Does this buyer's premium include the cost of shipping to you?

Stack's-Bower's usually includes the premium in their prices realized lists. It does not include shipping costs, which vary by the recipient's location.

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Peter Anthony
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www.pandacollector.com

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This record high sale for 1984 8g rat PCGS PR68 $14.3K, even PF69 don't sell for this kind of money.
https://auctions.stacksbowers.com/lots/view/3-2J3ON

Year of child gold NGC PF69 $2300 is very strong price, I was selling this coin for $1600-$1700 few months ago.
https://auctions.stacksbowers.com/lots/view/3-2J4WW

The above coins are both collector coins, so it is very healthy to see collector demand coming back to the lunars and cultural pieces.

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Also the 1990 5 oz silver horse sold for $3k plus in pf69uc.  This one pleasantly surprised me

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The above coins are both collector coins, so it is very healthy to see collector demand coming back to the lunars and cultural pieces.

Yes, collector is buying, but not investor/speculator. The different activities in internet auction and on-site auction clearly suggests that investors/speculators are not in the market yet and rare coins, especially Imperial and Republic coins which have a very nice selection in this auction, are being picked up by collectors.

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The China Pricepedia MCM Index was up by 6.4% in the late February through late March period, a record one month gain. Of the coins followed there were 16 up, 4 down and 3 unchanged. Clearly the market for modern China collector coins (there are no bullion coins in the Index and most of the coins have not seen much speculative activity because they are not common enough to promote) has of late been giving us strong signs of awakening.

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Peter Anthony
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