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General Discussion / Re: Small proof gold pandas
« Last post by pandamonium on Yesterday at 07:01:00 PM »
Understood.   Wallstreetsilver have over 110,000 members or Apes and 10,000 in one day.   They report on the worldwide mints that are out of silver/gold.     TV show "War Room w/ Steve Bannon" reports on Apes daily.   Many TV shows are talking about them as are online articles.   This is worldwide and growing as silver/gold supply is dwindling. 

Years ago i stacked silver bullion, then graduated to fancy bullion and finally to the best-Chinese numismatics.   Many people buying silver/gold will soon do the same. 

Articles by people that know metals/finances are reporting that the Yuan will rise in value as the USD will eventually drop in value but we all know that.   The world will wake up to Chinese money if we like it or not.
What happens if gold/silver break out in the next 2 weeks and start to climb up $50 a day?   We know that day is coming but when?   When the spot price manipulation is over?   (I hope we have till the end of the year)...

Better to be safe and buy what you have been sitting on the fence about then waiting longer....
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Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Buying 1983 China Silver Panda MS69
« Last post by Mirkkanen on Yesterday at 06:56:49 PM »
At what price are you buying a pristine NGC PF69UC?

I have one :)
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Modern Chinese Medals / Re: CATTE aluminum Feng Yunming set
« Last post by pandamonium on Yesterday at 05:56:22 PM »
Six Horses of Tang Zhou Tomb gilt brass 6 pc set.    I have been watching TV shows on China's history, art, archaeological finds, etc...   Many of these medals/designs make sense to me now...

Have seen about 5 of these sets the past few years on ebay.   1 maybe 2 sets per year.  They sell for about $50 to $100.  ALL have been in very poor condition including most of the boxes.   I do not know why so many are damaged.   The set i have is also in poor condition, better than none.   This set sold out of GB for about $200 plus and it is the only UNC set i have seen....


   -Found a very rare Feng silver medal i will post about in the next few days-
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General Discussion / Re: Small proof gold pandas
« Last post by KeepOnTrying! on Yesterday at 05:38:46 PM »
I respectfully will caution restraint. We damage the collection hobby by stampeding unwary individuals into buying without first understanding the fundamentals. Let them make their decision at their own time.

Respectfully, again.
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General Discussion / Re: Small proof gold pandas
« Last post by pandamonium on Yesterday at 11:15:28 AM »
In 2 weeks or the 28th the spot price will change.    I don't know for sure but we will soon find out.   Some say bullion will go to the moon at end of this month, others say end of the year.

NOW is the time to step up and buy the Chinese you want.   I do not see prices going down.  You new collectors are running out of time....
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General Discussion / Re: Small proof gold pandas
« Last post by pandamonium on Yesterday at 07:53:00 AM »
1995 1/10 OMP  $800     1995 1/4 OMP  $3,823

In the past a 95 1/2 MS 69 sold for about $37,000     How much are they now?    Master Set demand has returned..

In time all will see price increases.   28th this month or 2 weeks is Basel 3 the end of spot price manipulation...
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General Discussion / Re: Small proof gold pandas
« Last post by bonke on June 14, 2021, 10:30:20 PM »
Clark

After attending a recent coin show in Texas, it was obvious that a ready market exists for most gold coins at a price of spot plus a little.  If a seller wants more, he or she must find a buyer who feels the coin is "rare" or "desirable/collectible/marketable."  Coin dealers often argue that the Peoples Republic of China has a population of 1.43 billion people and the particular coin with "x" planned or estimated surviving mintage is "rare."  This seems to take the value from spot plus a little to spot plus some more.  Very confusing.  A very difficult computation to make whether one is a seller or a buyer of coins. 

Mark Bonke 
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General Discussion / Re: Small proof gold pandas
« Last post by Clark Smith on June 14, 2021, 04:41:14 PM »
What is the 1998 LD 1/20th going for ?
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General Discussion / Re: Small proof gold pandas
« Last post by KeyDate1/2ozPandas on June 14, 2021, 12:10:29 PM »
The master sets have drained almost 500 MS coins from circulation, the true number of 1998 1/20 in NGC slabs might be only 300.  I bought 2x 1998 1/20 LD at record prices in the last two weeks, those are the only pieces I have found in the last year.  Now the challenge is, do I submit them for grading, which is taking 3 months, or sell them as-is.  Both 1998 1/20 came in the attached packaging from Europe, never seen it before.

Proof coins so far are only being owned by collectors.  The same goes for varieties, very little spread between SD and LD even though pop reports vary by a lot. Someday the market will reward the low pops.  Someday gold will be trading at $10,000 and silver at $100, until then happy investing and collecting.

I just got back after a 2-week tour of Texas.  Set up at my first show since the fall of 2019.  Shared a table with fellow forum member Bonke and was visited by 2 forum members from the Dallas area.  It was a great show to sell US coins and anything bullion.  Almost zero gold panda supply on the floor beside our table. 
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General Discussion / Re: Small proof gold pandas
« Last post by pandamonium on June 13, 2021, 08:36:19 PM »
Recently a 1994P 1/20 PF 69 gold panda SOLD for $500      854 plan mint      115 NGC total pop

1998 1/20 MS 64 gold panda  SOLD for $610   low grade     5,100 surv pop    632 NGC total pop

Some BU are in demand, proofs are not....yet...
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