Discussion in 'Modern Chinese Coins & Medallions' started by silverfever, May 28, 2012.
I don't actually own it . Just lusting for it.
Since these are 2012 are they actually available anywhere ?
Actually I'm not sure if its 2012. The ebay listing says 2012 but the NGC label doesn't say so.
Seems like a hard one to find much info about.
More details here - http://www.kaiyuangc.com.cn/Info.asp?id=218
A complete set consists of 12 gold medals and 16 silver medals.
Holy Smokes! What a cool set!!!
Yep, a very nice set. If only I could afford one.
I bet they are a fortune! Why do they even mint these ?, is it just a special order type thing from an elite society with deep pockets or?
This stuff is fascinating..
Absolutely stunning set. Any idea about price?
My friend in China seems concerned that this medal won't be accepted in China?
Sorry Catseye. The information is not correct.
Kai Yuan and GuoBao Mint are both fully owned by China Gold Coin Inc.
I am not sure Kang Yin Ge is owned by China Gold Coin Inc. Interesting if it is.
I don't know why the China dealers are not interested in this set. But medal being medal, perhaps that is the reason.
Thank you low, I think you are right.
NGC does certify this medal so I don't understand the Shanghai dealers being afraid of it. Maybe this is a good thing for us?
Anyone know the release price of the Kai Yuan 5 oz Grotto Art Silver Medals?
Unfortunately i don't read Chinese and i can't find the price anywhere using Google Chrome.
I am digging for that myself right now. Hope I have an email in the morning.
Do you know the set sizes? Is it:
Au 4x1kg, 4x5oz, 4x15g
Ag 4x5kg, 4x1kg, 4x5oz & 4x60g?
How did you find this!? I have used many different search words, China 5oz was the best. It must have been opportunistic or in a favourite sellers inventory?! Please pm me seller?
5 kg, 1 kg, 5 oz Silver (Dunhuang Mogao)
Dunhuang Mogao Grotto Medals are very elusive & that just makes me want them even more..
Thanks for the link. Any idea about prices yet?
Kaiyuan is wholly owned by China Gold Coin Incorporation. see the brief introduction here:
Good to see you from the CCF. Hopefully you can give us some more info on these medals.
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