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Beautiful series.     When the Mint restruck them in brass a few years after they were released in silver/gold that angered many collectors and probably why we see the price drop today.    Fwang would know.....
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General Discussion / Re: Gold En Lay
« Last post by pandamonium on Today at 06:38:28 AM »
There are a few en lay silver pandas.   I am looking for the first year of gold en lay MCC if coin or medal.     What is first year?   Mintage of the Aerospace?    Most are probably in China....
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I am not a fan of the PVC packaging. When I purchase a gold panda grades by PCGS or NGC, does that guarantee they have cleaned the coin to remove PVC residue on the surface? Can’t PVC continue to damage the coin even after being removed from the plastic packaging? So in order to guarantee no future degradation of the coin it must be properly treated correct?
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General Discussion / Re: Quality or Quantity?
« Last post by Grip on Yesterday at 06:22:17 PM »
Oh, I totally agree. I'm loaded to the gills with gold/silver mining companies for the leverage. I was talking about bullion coins vs collector coins for the percentage of my total portfolio allocation I hold that will not be subject to counter party risk..

 
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General Discussion / Re: Quality or Quantity?
« Last post by KeyDate1/2ozPandas on Yesterday at 05:40:43 PM »
For bullion exposure, I own gold stocks NEM, KL and GDX.  It is much more liquid and asymmetrically levered to higher gold prices, a 20% rise in gold can push prices up 50%, while 20% drop may only lead to 20% drop, it is a great vehicle if you are medium to long term bullish.  Also, pays a dividend. 

With gold at multi-year highs, we are less than 30% away from all-time highs, when that occurs it will be too tough to buy semi rare and rare coins for reasonable prices.  It is best to buy them now if they are available.  For those that have noticed, I have shuttered my website for almost a year now, don't want to sell and not be able to buyback.
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I'm not sure if this is a dying topic, but I was browsing the internet and came across some classical garden medals.  Is this a dying series?  Looks like prices have come down quite a bit from issue price?  Any thoughts? Thanks.

https://www.luckpawnshop.com/

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General Discussion / Re: Gold En Lay
« Last post by Pandaguy on Yesterday at 01:01:03 PM »
You missed the 1998 Panda Aviation Expo which is silver with gilt inlay.
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General Discussion / Re: Gold En Lay
« Last post by pandamonium on Yesterday at 11:12:07 AM »
photos...
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General Discussion / Gold En Lay
« Last post by pandamonium on Yesterday at 11:08:58 AM »
Did i spell Gold En Lay right?     I was told gold en lay MCC are getting popular.      Have looked for the earliest year but can only find 1996.  Is this a overlooked segment of the market?
 
Photo of 1996 Beijing Expo 1 oz silver panda coin...

Photo of 1996 Beijing INTL Expo 1/2 oz silver medal...      $180                 Ebay 143212181934

Photos of 1997 Ox...rarely seen on US ebay..

Photos of 1996 Zhuhai Airshow Aviation & Aero space        $250/offer Sold  Ebay 293128475317..
NGC has 3 total pop.    Private or Official mint?     More should hopefully come up for sale/grade.    About the rarest one i could find.     Any others?? 
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General Discussion / Re: Quality or Quantity?
« Last post by Grip on July 17, 2019, 07:19:22 PM »
Gold is going to 10000. That will be a minimum to back a new monetary system coming in the next 10 years. In the mean time, I by bullion coins for rising gold price (currency hedge/stupidity of government) and quality MCC for collector premiums into the future..

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