12 oz panda?

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  1. thehuckler

    thehuckler New Member

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    Thanks for the heads up ebenezer!
     
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    fishball New Member Silver Stacker

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    You bought it? Out of stock now lol
     
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    Ahahahahah..... WHO BOUGHT IT!!!? :)

    ahahahahah... Congratz!!!! That's a winner!

    Good find Ebenezer! Well done!
     
  4. thehuckler

    thehuckler New Member

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    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!
     
  5. thehuckler

    thehuckler New Member

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    I'm also liking the fact that the Pricepedia describes this coin as scarce.
     
  6. yennus

    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Ahhahahaha.... Good move mate! Good move!
     
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    fishball New Member Silver Stacker

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    It is scarce. I think the toning scares a lot of people away but sometimes a toned coin can still be beautiful.
     
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    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 :)
     
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    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Indeed, interesting 2cents worth :)
     
  10. thehuckler

    thehuckler New Member

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    Well if you have an untoned one, I'll happily swap you ;)
     
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    Boyo Active Member Silver Stacker

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    Why not respect it for what it is?....Not for what you want it to be.

    Just sayin' ......
     
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    I recon this deserves a PHOOOAR!!! :D

    Well done huckler!
     
  13. yennus

    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    It certainly does :) It certainly does :)
     
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    Dont have 100 yuan in it?
     
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    fishball New Member Silver Stacker

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    It's a round/medal, not a coin.
     
  16. thehuckler

    thehuckler New Member

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    I didn't know the 12 oz weren't coins?
     
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    If anyone has a link to some decent info about this panda, I'd be very appreciative!
     
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    Can't find any info on this whatsoever!
     
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    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.

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  20. yennus

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    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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