wow this is freaking awesome!! i looovee batman
agree its usually cheaper to buy them in singles. takes work and can be a pain at times.
buying in a set is nice as they are rarely removed from...
1998 is extremely hot at the moment. apparently most of them were melted down or for jewlery pieces. so any in good condition is worth a bundle!...
thanks for the link! ended up buying it. always loved the coins!
i personally love the dog coin. just cause dog owner and yes emotional attachment.
here is US and Canada the value on ebay for 1 oz is approx 60 usd
just wondering what are they key dates to the lunar series one gold set? any ones I should keep an eye out for.
Like for example the 2 ounce...
its real! I recognize the name from the other forum. he is a well respected member. hell ive might of even done business with him before!
i recently sold a 10 oz mouse for 900
so i would assume half a KG would be worth 1000++
i got a 10 ounce rabbit for sale if anyone is interested.
These 10 ounce coins are stunning!!
get such a headache trying to figure out small date and micro date..
also the 1/2 ounce panda. man so hard to see
Nice. So from what I see both ms68 and ms69 are good investments.
I prefer 69 obviously but it will cost lots more to collect them all.
What's your general rule for this? I know some of the older pandas around early 1990's the price difference is usually double. Is that a fair...
love 09 design my favorite :)
alright +1 for that sunfeico place. that whole building is coin and notes. it will satisfy your tastes. has enough of everything IMO. prices are...
yeah chinatown coin store is neat. agree with the slightly high prices but a decent sample of all the nations bullion coins. worth a look....
nice proof dogs. how do you like proof coins in general? ive yet to buy one. very tempted!
hmm i dont seem to see it. says buying is closed will open in 4 hours?
excited to go the coin show tmr. prob be their at 10 when doors open. this event seems huge. i've only been to smaller coin shows so a little bit...
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