One of the first search results for completed listings for 2010 silver tigers (on my iPhone) is a Buy it Now 28/7 for $47.44 with 3 pounds of postage total about A$52. Similarly, I can search for 2010 pandas and the first one that comes up is a Buy it Now 25/7 $44.22 with $7.70 postage total about A$52. As I said these comparisons ripping numbers out of eBay are pointless. Also, as I pointed out before and using a site sponsors group buy price (which are a very good deal for all coins) the issue price is around 6.5% more than maples and other similar bullion coins. Which is why I would be interested in this comparison, if the increase is more than this % over time, and how much more. I'm a lunar and panda fan both. I have wasted time looking up two search results on eBay and won't waste more time doing so. As per another post there are ebbs and flows in the silver market for individual coins and prices fluctuate. If you want to use eBay as a price guide you would need to use multiple search terms, get the last 30 - 50 results (as a minimum) and then take average and median results. If you've got time go ahead I would be very interested in the results. IMO it'd probably come out even or close to it. Do you hold very large numbers of lunars you are looking to sell? Do you hold pandas? I'm trying to understand the motive behind your posts and stance. Is it that you are annoyed by someone else's opinions? Do you disagree with the facts themselves or the way they are presented? I'll state again and clearly that I really have no position one way or the other. I have a small stack (it's growing with every pay cheque) but in total I've got about 65 oz silver and 2 oz gold and this is split between lunars and pandas evenly.