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This is a set of 3 coins what are they and when were they made. one of the coins says Temple Of Heaven Everything else is in Chinese
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Buy, Sell & Trade / Buying Chinese commemorative coins
« Last post by sbtigon on January 16, 2018, 05:12:10 AM »
I need these coins
China
km 104 1984 1 Yuan 35th PRC Mao and generals
km 105 1984  1 Yuan Dancers 35th anniversary PRC
km 106 1 Yuan Cranes 35th anniversary PRC
Km 469 5 Yuan Panda 1993
km 714 5 yuan Golden Monkey
km 1465 1 yuan year of goat 2003 km 1465
KM1575 1 yuan 2005 Rooster year km 1575
km1650 1 yuan 2006 dog year km 1650
KM 1813  Rat year 2008
 
I also need
Taiwan silver 5 jiao 1949

Please make offer... I can pay by paypal
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Modern Chinese Coins / Re: Registry winner include panda coin collectors
« Last post by jc888888888 on January 15, 2018, 05:17:25 PM »
  :)    Warren Buffet says he would buy 5 year puts on every Crypto currency out there :) with a very high degree of confidence .

  I have owned Berkshire Hathaway shares for close to 20 years and never have sold a dime,s worth ..it has treated me darn good....I will stick with Warren. Cyrpto will end badly....  every time it goes up the 4% that have million s sell into the move and it freezes coinbase. notice the lower high,s constantly being made ..sure sign of net sellers  and late people to the party ..... creating the new lower high,s it is closing in on a crash.... once it bust below 10K  next stop ZERO   
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What's It Worth? / Re: Tai-Ching-Ti-Kuo Silver Coin
« Last post by TomG on January 15, 2018, 03:28:41 PM »
1907 Empire dollar LM-20, K-212 in AU or MS condition: weight and diameter within reference values.

This coin is extremely rare and likely an accurate silver replica. Reverse face is missing denticles around inside rim edge. Obverse fields have light spots that might be raised pimples, evidence of imperfect impression die.
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When were these coins made and what do they say in English and would they be of interest to a collector.
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Modern Chinese Coins / Re: 1980 Great Wall yuan variety ??
« Last post by PandaQuest on January 15, 2018, 09:35:52 AM »
My initial though was maybe it’s misslabled and is really a proof like version.
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Modern Chinese Coins / Re: Current value for 1979 5 fen??
« Last post by PandaQuest on January 15, 2018, 09:32:41 AM »
Thanks Poconopenn!
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Modern Chinese Coins / Re: Registry winner include panda coin collectors
« Last post by pandamonium on January 15, 2018, 08:04:08 AM »
Hard to believe people are mortgaging their homes and selling their gold/silver or MCC to buy bitcoins.      Most people i talk to want nothing to do w/ Chinese money even when they know China is the world's #1 economy and they own the gold.     The West is brain dead (maybe due to fake news?).      The collector friends of mine are happy because they can see the light and they love Chinese coins/medals now.  Their only complaint is lack of cash to buy.    The collector friends of mine that have $hundreds of thousands or millions in mining stock, cash, etc... are very, very small buyers....

4)  Is the US that low on MCC inventory?     

People really pay that much for physical bitcoins?     One born every minute....

From my low viewpoint it looks like what the posts say here, Vintage and circ coins are moving up while MCC is flat.     Makes sense the Chinese or other buyers would want a first date 1890 silver dragon or 1955 circ coin   vs   1979 MCC.      MCC will take off in time too.     The market could be ready to bust open but the Manipulators may have another knockdown or 2 in bullion price soon also.   Time will tell.......
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