what should i expect to pay for a 2011 Panda?

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  1. justin536

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    Hey guys im a noob when it comes to pandas! what is the 2011 panda worth? and when do the 2012 pandas come out? thanks
     
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    2012 pandas are out. We just can't get our hands in them till ebayers in china put them up (easiest way to source until stackers start selling or group buy)

    If you want slabbed 2011 pandas, I have 2 MS69 PCGS pandas for $60ea if you are interested.

    Cheers

    Dan
     
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    2011 Pandas are sold out everywhere so there seems to be a floor of $45 per coin.

    Anything below $45 is a pretty good buy and you may be able to find some here and there.

    2012 Pandas will come out starting from the 30th November 2011 as stated by the PBOC.

    However, they have been having delays even minting the Lunar Dragons which should've been out a while back but still aren't physically available so ... maybe in January you will be able to buy 2012 Pandas.
     
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    what are the 2011 expected premiums? so if i can get them at $46 whats the profit in premiums i could get?
     
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    That is the profit, at the moment i doubt you could sell them for much more then 46
     
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    like next year?
     
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    I'd say right now you wont get more than 45 if you wanted to sell, guaranteed.
     
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    How long is a piece of string? no one could say exactly what is gonna happen. If you look into prices of past coins and compare mintage's, you might be able to get a rough idea. I would expect it to raise with spot plus a lil extra %.
     
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    Hi, i've got one piece 2011 Panda for sell, you can have it for 45 bucks include regular postage.
     
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    I prefer buy 2010 or olders for numismatic valu. Or 2011 ngc graded 69/70
    Its a crazy Pay more than 50% over spot
    Spot 30/33
    Panda 2011 i dont see for less than 45 uss
     
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    How much is a graded MS69 - 2011 Panda?
     
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    50/60 in usa or buy raw and send to grade (if you have luck return in 70-price 95/100)
     

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