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Discussion in 'Modern Chinese Coins & Medallions' started by yennus, Jul 13, 2011.

  1. comeaux

    comeaux New Member Silver Stacker

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    Welcome Birdman !

    It's great to have another knowledeable panda collector here ... I think you will find that this forum has alot of very amiable members :)

    Take Care [​IMG]

    comeaux
     
  2. yennus

    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Welcome! Welcome! :)
     
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    if you like the ss panda forum you should also have a look at PandaXE.com a great new site
     
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    Ps:update trades in pandaxe same user
    :)
     
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    Hello to all.
    Happy to be here.
    I m new in the silver stacking world.I need your help and knowledge.
    I recently buy a 2013 1oz silver panda.
    When i weighted is 30.99g.
    Diameter 40.12mm
    Thickness 3,17mm
    My scale and caliber tested before the measurements in Euro coins, and i take the correct data.
    I all so ( i have see it in internet) measure the specific weigth and is 10.50.
    What do you believe ? Its possible with wrong weight/diameter/thickness to be genuine ?

    Thank you for your time and very happy to be here.
     
  6. yennus

    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Welcome MariosPapas...

    I wouldn't be too concerned... most scales aren't accurate to 0.04% (or can't detect 0.11g).

    If you're worried take a pic and upload. Fake pandas most of the time look crap.

    I would be more worried that you probably ended up damaging your Panda with all the handling.
     
  7. MariosPapas

    MariosPapas New Member

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    I just make a short video and uploading to you tube.My camera sucks.I know.
    I hope the video helps.

    Thank you
     
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    Tough to tell from low res--but looks fine
     
  12. solo

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    I have a brand new sheet of 2012 and 2013 silver panda as well as 1984, 1985 1987 and 2013 gold panda.
     
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    Nice to see fellow panda enthusiasts. I collect 1 troy ounce gold and platinum pandas. :cool:
    Highlight of my collection are the complete 1 troy ounce gold panda coin show medal issues from 1987 - 1990 and the 1 troy ounce platinum issues from 1987 - 1990. :D
     
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    Welcome!
     
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    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Welcome Trozau! :)

    Any chance we can see some pics from your collection? Especially the Platinum ones :)
     
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    Welcome Trozau & + one
     
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    I do not have an SLR type digital camera but I will take pictures with my iPhone and post it when I get to home from the bank vault. :)
     
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    Welcome. Nice prestige Pandas you got there. How long have you been collecting for?
     
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    Wow major leaguer. I'm still batting in the minors. Only silver for me. :(
     
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    Got my first 1 troy ounce gold panda at the end of 1984. It is a 1983 from my wife. Started pursuing them in 1989 gaining momentum early 2000s then slowing down as the price of gold and platinum crossed $500.
     

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