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Re: "A Culture of Bidding: Forging an Art Market in China"
« Reply #15 on: October 29, 2013, 08:44:09 AM »
As bullion takes a prominent role in Worldwide finances, then the possiblity of hot money flowing into rare coins is high.  Recent NGC article is about a $1 million kilo gold MCC.  Can this gold kilo spike up to $10 million or how about $100 million as the real or fake art market has?  When will the Chinese investors lose interest in "real" art and real estate?   TV show 60 min called China's real estate a huge bubble.  The wealthy investors want hard assets so there is little to stop the flood of cash into MCC in the future.   Pandamonium in MCC will eventually happen.....

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Re: "A Culture of Bidding: Forging an Art Market in China"
« Reply #16 on: October 30, 2013, 03:13:12 AM »

Hell, the 95 1oz Gold Unicorn sold for around 7500 USD recently on US eBay...



The catalog number of this coin is NPB-16A.

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Re: "A Culture of Bidding: Forging an Art Market in China"
« Reply #17 on: October 30, 2013, 12:25:47 PM »
The catalog number of this coin is NPB-16A.

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Note: For anyone who is curious NPB stands for the late Nick P. Brown, a great champion of the Unicorn series.

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Re: "A Culture of Bidding: Forging an Art Market in China"
« Reply #18 on: December 08, 2013, 06:19:13 AM »
As bullion takes a prominent role in Worldwide finances, then the possiblity of hot money flowing into rare coins is high.  Recent NGC article is about a $1 million kilo gold MCC.  Can this gold kilo spike up to $10 million or how about $100 million as the real or fake art market has?  When will the Chinese investors lose interest in "real" art and real estate?   TV show 60 min called China's real estate a huge bubble.  The wealthy investors want hard assets so there is little to stop the flood of cash into MCC in the future.   Pandamonium in MCC will eventually happen.....


I see the samething happening but also money pouring into crypto currencies and rare MCC.  Mark my words...BUT only time will tell, lol.