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#1 2012-06-15 23:26:20

rbaggio
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Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

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Last edited by rbaggio (2014-08-12 07:55:05)

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#2 2012-06-15 23:40:13

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

any chance you could add the 1oz, which puts the other sizes into perspective... good job

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#3 2012-06-16 00:33:03

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

ok

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#4 2012-06-16 03:39:06

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

Am I mistaken, or should there be another '0' added into the scale on the LH side?


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#5 2012-06-16 03:53:01

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

boston wrote:

Am I mistaken, or should there be another '0' added into the scale on the LH side?

Looks right to me, which part looks wrong?

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#6 2012-06-16 03:58:26

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

boston wrote:

Am I mistaken, or should there be another '0' added into the scale on the LH side?

is gold not silver wink

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#7 2012-06-16 04:01:21

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

Bingo. Sorry, I thought that it was silver. Very sheepishly, I inch away ....


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#8 2012-06-16 04:02:10

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

Ahh yes, gold.  Silver is the next one over smile

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#9 2012-06-16 07:06:04

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

i can understand why 2oz is the lowest in the charts, but why 1/2oz is the 2nd lowest?
I would have chosen 1/2oz over 1/4oz from collector point of view, and premium will be lower (??)


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#10 2012-06-16 08:20:21

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

Damn.. those 2oz mouse and ox are hard to find

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#11 2012-06-16 21:41:44

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

I find the 2008 Mouse mintages extraordinary, especially in comparison to Series 1 mintages.  Only 96 Mouse and 97 Ox have lower mintages for most sizes.

You can see that the 2008 Mouse is going to be the key date for completing sets (assuming demand for these Perth Mint gold lunars remains strong going forward)

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#12 2012-06-16 21:57:30

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

The mint hasn't even sold out of the 1/2oz Rabbits and Tigers...

Awesome work with these charts. Needs doing for Series I big_smile


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#13 2012-06-16 22:15:51

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

goldpelican wrote:

Needs doing for Series I big_smile

Yeah will do .... just in the middle of trying to teach a 5 month old how to eat solids ... operative word being EAT .... not spit back out ..... not play with it ..... not put it up nose etc

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#14 2012-06-17 03:04:00

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

updated

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#15 2012-06-17 03:14:07

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

rbaggio wrote:
goldpelican wrote:

Needs doing for Series I big_smile

Yeah will do .... just in the middle of trying to teach a 5 month old how to eat solids ... operative word being EAT .... not spit back out ..... not play with it ..... not put it up nose etc

7 month olds aren't much better!


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#16 2012-06-17 04:52:28

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

I wonder what the likelihood is of them 'completing the mintage' of the S1 gold Lunar 1 OZers?

If I were a European investor with a stack of S1 gold Lunars, and I witnessed the Perth Mint reminting silver Kooks from the nineties, maybe I'd get nervous about the rarity premium on my gold Lunars. Maybe I'd flog them off - there's a few showing up for sale. A few of them could be almost doubled in issuance before meeting their limit.

Any guesses as to how likely?

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#17 2012-06-17 05:03:03

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

finicky I think it's 'nil'

Lunar Series 1 has been closed off, and they've moved to Lunar Series 2

Kooks were always allowed to be reminted up to 300k, there is no 'Series' to close off

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#18 2012-06-17 07:30:09

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

Haah...1/20 oz S1 dragon is highest mintage????

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#19 2013-01-12 03:21:13

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

updated for:
* 2012 Dragon final mintages
* 2013 Snake progress mintages

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#20 2014-08-12 07:55:18

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Re: Visual Comparison of Perth Mint Lunar Gold Bullion Mintages

updated

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