[OPINION] 1995 Valuations and Varieties

Discussion in 'Modern Chinese Coins & Medallions' started by yennus, Jun 6, 2012.

  1. 25Grizzlies

    25Grizzlies Member

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    This is a correct assessment of your coin Catseye, small twig large date. If it helps, fhe 'tag' end of the 5 in a Micro date is almost fully closed, this is what my eye is naturally attracted to when determining if a '95 is or isn't a Micro date.

    I understand NGC are now consistent in labelling Microdates as sm twig sm date. For PCGS, I have seen very few MDs, don't know how they classify them.
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    Thank you kind sirs, the '95 is still a hard one for me to see.
     
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    get such a headache trying to figure out small date and micro date..

    also the 1/2 ounce panda. man so hard to see
     
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    I'm pretty sure my NGC are labelled "micro date".
     
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    My understanding is the nomenclature for micro date panda is STSD with NGC and STMD with PCGS.

    http://www.ngccoin.com/priceguide/c...neseSetID=249&subcat=silver-panda-coin-prices
     
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    STC Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Will supply pics when possible. Both were bought from PandaCollector so no doubt of authenticity.
     
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    STC Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I often wonder, if these & other MCC go to the moon - how do you sell? Consignment at Asian auction houses, eBay(not likely), small group of Panda Friends.

    What are your thoughts?
     
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    digoxin Member Silver Stacker

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    I can't imagine selling my Panda coins. The kids will get them. If they were to sell them for maximal profit I imagine it will be in an coin auction somewhere in China.

    "You never actually own a Panda coin. You merely look after it for the next generation."

    Borrowed from Patek Philippe ad slogan
     
  9. yennus

    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Selling shouldn't be too hard.
    a) There are a few direct avenues
     

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