Discussion in 'Modern Chinese Coins & Medallions' started by ebenezer, Sep 8, 2011.
Thanks for the heads up ebenezer!
You bought it? Out of stock now lol
Ahahahahah..... WHO BOUGHT IT!!!?
ahahahahah... Congratz!!!! That's a winner!
Good find Ebenezer! Well done!
I am going to see what I can do to get this beauty cleaned up and slabbed.
Either for resale or for my collection.
Can not wait for her to arrive!
I did have to buy $1000 worth of other miscellaneous pandas because of the $1500 minimum order limit.
The haul included some 2007's, 2008's and 2001's.
Expect some huckler auctions soon!
I'm also liking the fact that the Pricepedia describes this coin as scarce.
Ahhahahaha.... Good move mate! Good move!
It is scarce. I think the toning scares a lot of people away but sometimes a toned coin can still be beautiful.
Congrats on buying this..BUT please consider the individuality of this round.
It's toning is probably unique.And does not necessarily decrease it's value.
My 2 cents
Indeed, interesting 2cents worth
Well if you have an untoned one, I'll happily swap you
Why not respect it for what it is?....Not for what you want it to be.
Just sayin' ......
I recon this deserves a PHOOOAR!!!
Well done huckler!
It certainly does It certainly does
Dont have 100 yuan in it?
It's a round/medal, not a coin.
I didn't know the 12 oz weren't coins?
If anyone has a link to some decent info about this panda, I'd be very appreciative!
Can't find any info on this whatsoever!
Since it is not a legal tender Panda released by the PBOC, there would be trouble to get some info on the round.
It is just a 12 oz round with a Panda on it (a copy) hence it is not a "real" Chinese Panda coin. Numismatic value, none, since
it is not a coin.
The 1992 official legal tender 12 oz China Panda released by the Peoples Bank Of China looks like this.
Yeah, this was/is a silver medallion in the truest meaning of the word.
It's still a fairly decent purchase. It's price was very near to spot.
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