Discussion in 'Modern Chinese Coins & Medallions' started by fishball, Dec 10, 2011.
Yeh most likely.
Another not so sure fake or real Panda:
If real, bloody steal. NGC has the same number in the database, don't know if pic is stolen or not though.
Your on your own with that one too risky for me personally wouldn't risk it.
lol I'm not bidding on that, I'd rather take my chances at Crown/Star City all on Red 18...
I read feedback like an Employer reads a resume. If it isnt recent or relevant then I assume a scam. If really keen on something I will email the seller for info about the item. The quality and timing of their response can give you some idea as to whether they are legit. I usually avoid 24 hr listings for high price things. If I was legitimately selling something worth several thousand dollars I would run the listing for 5-10 days. 24 hr listings seem like bargains but its the same sales pitch/scam used by dodgy tradesmen and car salesmen...TODAY ONLY, DONT MISS OUT!
Sage advice Eureka.
In other news, eBay nuked the listing and likely the seller.
Is tat possible if someone use a valid certf no and prepackage the fake panda coin into a certitified slab?
As far as I know it's easier to replace the cert than break a slab to replace the coin and make it look original.
You'd have to have the real coin on hand to have a certified slab...
Anyway it's easier to have a fake image than it is to have a fake slabbed coin.
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