Discussion in 'Modern Chinese Coins & Medallions' started by yennus, Jul 18, 2011.
I got 2 for $55
sorry.. not one of them
Am still waiting on mine from the group buy from Maggie.
$51 each which included postage definitely seems like it was a good price!
same here.. mine will arrive tomorrow can't wait
Bastard! I think I ended up being in the second lot of them!
Think it's 3rd for you.
THE FIGHT CONTINUES
This is good fun to watch Keep going boys!
The message clearly going out to all at the moment is stack lunars and pandas.
I can't agree that the ebay price reflects the truth of the whole world. I can easily buy 2010 panda in China today for only $52 AUD include postage.
I laughed that much I coughed. Thanks mate. :lol:
You wouldn't care to share your source would you?
Lionfish has gone quiet.
I consider eBay very much the 'market'. Massive user base focused solely on buying/selling.
You have to think about numbers of people which are able to buy the coins in future.
Look at the number of chinease poeople. A lot of pople can afford today coins and in future
there will be much much more. They are not very interested in australian Lunar coins.
They love their own coins and the Pandas first.
The Lunar market in germany is very big, more than pandas. But silverbugs have already filled
their stock. Prices for tiger coins already go backwards. A few weeks ago you did not have
any problem to find buyers for 2oz coins (90) At the moment you have problems to get 75
The pandas will go back to their home. I can remember, my dealer ( beginning year 2010 ) offered
me more cash for my 2009 pandas than he asked for the 2010.
He told me, that he sells them back to china and was collecting each coin he could buy back.
In my opinion the pandas will outperform Lunar coins easily. Also if they mintage of 2011
is 6.000 000 vs 300.000. No problem for the pandas.
My personally stock of Lunar 1oz Coins and Pandas is around 3:1.
I would wish it would be 1:3. The premium i have paid for the pandas (2008...2011)
was a little bit bigger than the Lunars.
Its hard to say today, one of the reason to buy more Lunar than pandas was the storage problem.
Its much easier to store Lunars than pandas.
I would say the overseas postage is the price killer. I am about to buy 2011, 2010, 2008 tonight and arrange the post to my parents home which is in Beijing. Trying to contact the seller to negotiate the price now.....
Tigers are an awesome coin...love em!
So I ask again, you wouldn't want to share your source lionfish would you?
What about the authenticity issue? If I bought Pandas now I would be wondering if they are real, and when I sold them I imagine that the buyer would be asking the same question. So fa with Lunars no-one ever questions whether they are buying a real Lunar.
guess you need google translate
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