Discussion in 'Modern Chinese Coins & Medallions' started by fishball, Aug 19, 2011.
What years are the big 3? One of them is 2000 mirror. I assume one of them is 1998?
The big 3 are the 1995 Micro date, 2000 Mirror and 1999 Serif 1.
The next tier is the 2000 Frosted and IMO 1998 Large date.
Then coins such as the 1993 Large date and the 1994 Small date.
Commemrative Pandas are a market unto themselves it seems, have seen wildly fluctuating prices for the same coin. Perhaps dealers are fishing or trying to create the market for them during these hot prices. Either way they will be a great play for collectors esp those earlier ones with <30,000 mintages.
The Big Three.
The Fantastic Five.
The Superb Seven.
I know man, it just goes on and on and on
I was speaking of 2002 silver panda (although this is the first time Ive paid for a subscription as I was a "mooching" someone else's older pricepedias)
Also a few gold fracs (though just starting to do this as of 2 months ago in baby steps)
My next Panda prediction are for the 2009s to really take off soon (it's actually pretty easy for me making panda predictions when the prices are trending up in a few months window timeframe :lol: )!
Gonna grab a few from a local source soon once I get some more fundS ( sell kooks to buy Panda$ )
I've found that as well, some of the PP prices (commemoratives esp.) are way off the mark with what dealers are asking... I realise that PP only publishes sale prices but I mean sometimes they are only 30% of what dealers are asking. Does Peter update every coin over the 3 months? Either way, the dealers are being cheeky with their prices or the time for the door to close on this era is approaching fast! Got yours?
I think Peter updates the numbers when he gets new numbers of actual sales. With a small market (of any kind, not just coins) the bid & ask can drift widely from last sales.
I just subscribed to the panda pricepedia.
When do I get my first copy? Is it a PDF or a hard copy?
PDF. And in a few minutes you recibe the last for email
If people are still interested in 2009 silver pandas this website sells them for $79 each.
http://www.coastcoin.com/items.asp?Collectible=China Silver coast coin &Cc=CHIN-SILVER&Bc=
They mentioned shipping prices to the US and Canada only but since they mentioned using USPS, maybe if you call them you can convince them to ship to Australia if there will be a group buy. I haven't bought anything from them yet although I called them once to inquire about their pandas. They have pretty good availability for now because I'm not sure if people are aware of their website.
To recap, I can't vouch for this company since I haven't bought from them yet. However, it may be worth a try if enough of you are interested.
The prices are updated monthly, but older prices are left in gray until I find a new price. Prices in black should be current to within 30 days. Sometimes you have to compare the China, U.S. and auction prices to figure out the fair value for a coin. If a dealer is charging 3X a current (not gray) Pricepedia price than I may know someone who is offering the same coin for a lot less. Some of the commemoratives trade very infrequently, by the way, and in a wide range. I will also look at any pricing information that comes my way and is reliable.
Might have to make a new column for AUD prices lol
Yep that would bring the avg down haha
I'll take two, but without the extra zero!
I have ordered Mr. Ge's book, what is going on with this coin?!
Is that an overpay or what???
Im too ordered the book. But the 1997 is a error the real price is 110 i think peter put a extra zero.
Its better order from hangzhouan
I order from shangai coin in china mint forum
But he give a shipping cost of 28 and later he add other 25 witouth ask me. And reclaim it after he shipped the book.
Im a gentleman and pay the diference but i think before send it he need to ask me and i cancel the order.
I pay more than 53 uss from shipping and 15 for the book. And hangzhouan have it in ebay for less than 25 shipped.
Not sure what you are referring to. $1,110 is definitely an overpay for a 1oz. 1997 silver Panda - the price was supposed to be $110. Is $110 too much? APMEX is asking $129 today. Mr. Ge's book lists the 1997 mintage at more than 100,000.
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