[WTS] Low Price Low Grade Pandas

Discussion in 'Modern Chinese Coins & Medallions' started by yennus, May 19, 2012.

  1. yennus

    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I would prefer fiat, but I'm open to trade offers - and negotiations.

    3x 2001-D 1oz Silver Pandas NGC+NCS MS67 (approx. $80each)
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    5x 1996 1oz Silver Pandas NGC+NCS MS67 (approx. $90each)

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    Postage within Australia via Platinum Post (500gm is $13.80)
    Postage outside Australia via International Registered Post (500gm is $30.00AUD)

    2x 1999 BeiJing Expo 1oz Silver Pandas PF68


    1x 1987S 1oz GOLD Panda AU- Edge Damage (About Uncirculated)

    http://www.ngccoin.com/certlookup/CertResults.aspx?CertNumber=3613353-001

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    Cheap than capsule only. Nice yennus.
     
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    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    yuppers :)

    Even low grade bears get to play in the sun too (sometimes) :)
     
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    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Updated with a Gold Panda :)
     
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    Are those milk spots on the 1996 large date, or just a camera effect?

    Say one does a cross-over from a milk-spotted PCGS to NGC+NCS, will the
    NCS treatment remove all milkspots? Just curious.
     
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    jc888888888 New Member Silver Stacker

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    Say one does a cross-over from a milk-spotted PCGS to NGC+NCS, will the
    NCS treatment remove all milkspots? Just curious.
    I dont want to stomp on Yennus sales thread ,but I saw this question, Some members might remember ,I have a 1999 serif 1 LD pcgs ms69 I posted pictures ,milk spotted coin ,I sent it back to PCGS under the guarantee,they conserved the coin and removed 98% a small shadow of milk spot remained, so I had a parcel going to NCS so i threw it in, in the pcgs holder for conservation and grading, it appears that they are going to kick the coin back without doing anything, One has to assume they do not want to accept the liability under their guarantee if milk spots re appear?? the coin is for sure ms69, I have a few NGC examples that are not as nice .just an FYI
     
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    jc888888888 New Member Silver Stacker

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    wow they where tough on that 87 goldie...........rim damage?............ bad day at the Casino :(
     
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    Almost all my MS69/MS70 PCGS and NGC silver eagles have milkspots, and a lot of them too,
    you know, like they were graded or stored in a milk factory or something.

    So must PCGS restore under normal guarantee, or did you have a special guarantee?
     
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    hem9 Active Member Silver Stacker

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    How much for the gold panda?
     
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    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Yep, those are milk spots all over the 1996 Panda...

    It has been sent to NCS... unfortunately NCS treatment did not remove all the milkspots (as hoped).
     
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    jc888888888 New Member Silver Stacker

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    normal guarantee ,but it is a battle.............
     
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    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Hehehe... yeah, I figured I'd give it a go :)
     
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    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Make a fair offer :)

    I'm open to trades too :)
     
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    hem9 Active Member Silver Stacker

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    correct me if i am wrong as i dont know much about Pandas but with a ding like the one shown isnt the coin basically worth bullion? as any other coin would be like that.
     
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    jc888888888 New Member Silver Stacker

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    Tough crowd over here at SS :) like vultures waiting for you to drop in the sun, Yennus:):):)...oh well and so goes the coin business..............:)
     
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    what??? I thought my question was quite relevant and I admitted that I did not know much about Pandas. How does that make me a vulture?
     
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    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    That's a fairly accurate analysis hem9.

    Most of the numismatic value on the 1oz gold coin is gone. There is however 'some' collectors value still attached to the coin.

    If someone was trying to put together a budget Panda set, for their aesthetic beauty (and not just their investment value), this would be an affordable alternative.

    But yeah, I'm not looking for much :) ... just enough to keep my NGC bills covered :)
     
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    jc888888888 New Member Silver Stacker

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    just joking!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ,comment was not directed at you.......... it was simply a joke between Yennus and I, i apologize if i offended you.
     
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    thats ok. as I dont want to have inadvertently offended any panda buyers
     
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    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    hehe :) It's all good :)

    We are all friends in here :)

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