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#1 2016-04-21 18:01:01

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Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

Yet another fascinating piece.  a solid silver note. 5000 mintage.  2 kinds: solid silver and color.

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#2 2016-04-21 22:22:26

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

SS members who intend to purchase 5 pcs and above will get discount by PM me.

This note is 0.5 mm thin as the paper note. It is making by solid silver as told by Bob. First year of the series (china Lunar year Monkey).

This is the patented technology certificate.

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#3 2016-07-11 09:41:51

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

hello

In order to avoid confusion, i'd like to note that i successfully ordered one set of these from chinesemedals.com, but i had to try 3 times before my paypal transaction succeeded. At the time of ordering there were only 3 pcs of the non-coloured version in stock, and because of my 3 attempts, the site now lists the item as out of stock. I emailed barsenault and andrewlee10 about this and hopefully they can resolve the issue soon, so that others can order the 2 remaining sets.

Best regards, and thankyou to barsenault and andrewlee for their wonderful web shop.

(edit: once i become a millionaire very soon now, i will definiately order more coins)

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#4 2016-07-15 12:38:03

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

New series out. Endanger animal


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#5 2016-07-15 12:43:18

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

andrewlee10 wrote:

New series out. Endanger animal

Any pics?

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#6 2016-07-16 00:53:59

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

Bosse68 wrote:
andrewlee10 wrote:

New series out. Endanger animal

Any pics?

Three versions (color, non color and 3D) with total mintage of 3,000. Sold around 800 already.

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#7 2016-08-09 16:07:27

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

received my small batch today, very nice, thx andrewlee10.

to those questioning this kind of unconventional numismatics, well, i understand people that only accept and collect traditional coins, some even refuse anything containing anything other than pure silver, no colours, bimetals etc.

personally i'm too poor to buy traditional rare numismatics, and i have no issues with modern, state of the art upcoming minting technologies, in fact, i'm becoming somewhat of a sucker for all these new coins made with lasers and precision robots and whatnot.. and besides, collecting them makes sense from a budget standpoint

in that sense, these unusual pure silver notes are not only very unconventional, very high tech, but also fit the budget of beginners! Not to mention they might become sought after in the future. I'm very happy to own a few of the first issues!

just my 5 grams..

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#8 2016-08-09 16:35:12

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

Hmm, not sure if I saw these Pandas before.:)


"Timid men prefer the calm of despotism to the tempestuous sea of Liberty".

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#9 2016-08-09 17:37:37

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

postafoa wrote:

received my small batch today, very nice, thx andrewlee10.

to those questioning this kind of unconventional numismatics, well, i understand people that only accept and collect traditional coins, some even refuse anything containing anything other than pure silver, no colours, bimetals etc.

personally i'm too poor to buy traditional rare numismatics, and i have no issues with modern, state of the art upcoming minting technologies, in fact, i'm becoming somewhat of a sucker for all these new coins made with lasers and precision robots and whatnot.. and besides, collecting them makes sense from a budget standpoint

in that sense, these unusual pure silver notes are not only very unconventional, very high tech, but also fit the budget of beginners! Not to mention they might become sought after in the future. I'm very happy to own a few of the first issues!

just my 5 grams..



There's no wrong or right with collecting....whatever makes sense to the individual.


I think some of these silver notes look very cool but I just don't want to open another door or avenue of collecting....my small stack is already very diversified. Besides, I have to save money for future releases of sets I've already started to collect and want to complete if possible.





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#10 2016-08-10 03:07:31

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

Just for information, We are talking to PMG grading company to grade the silver note and hope it will accept a welcoming boost for paper note collector of this silver note. Likely it will grade in November 2016 in with PMG.

The sell of the Monkey note as at last month is 3300 pieces. We left 60 pieces for sell and 20 pieces for collection. We target it will mint 3800-4200 pieces till end of the year. This consider as success for a series and item.

The panda note minted 900 pieces within few months. We left 50 pieces. The 2 sides 3D panda minted less than 300 pieces and the die wear down and need severe repair. It highly possible not repair if the demand of the 2 sides 3D panda is not high to cover the repairing cost. It is not so desire sold volume for the panda note as comparing to the Lunar (monkey) notes.

The overall buyers China and South East Asia. Europe and USA represent a very small % of total sold. This is very puzzle for us.

Please takes some video and post here if you are those note collectors.

We are working certain incentive for customer who purchase item from us to post the purchased item video on coins/note forums. Hope this able to help to grow the collectors of China medals and notes.


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#11 2016-08-10 08:48:39

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

andrewlee10 wrote:

Just for information, We are talking to PMG grading company to grade the silver note and hope it will accept a welcoming boost for paper note collector of this silver note. Likely it will grade in November 2016 in with PMG.

The sell of the Monkey note as at last month is 3300 pieces. We left 60 pieces for sell and 20 pieces for collection. We target it will mint 3800-4200 pieces till end of the year. This consider as success for a series and item.

The panda note minted 900 pieces within few months. We left 50 pieces. The 2 sides 3D panda minted less than 300 pieces and the die wear down and need severe repair. It highly possible not repair if the demand of the 2 sides 3D panda is not high to cover the repairing cost. It is not so desire sold volume for the panda note as comparing to the Lunar (monkey) notes.

The overall buyers China and South East Asia. Europe and USA represent a very small % of total sold. This is very puzzle for us.

Please takes some video and post here if you are those note collectors.

We are working certain incentive for customer who purchase item from us to post the purchased item video on coins/note forums. Hope this able to help to grow the collectors of China medals and notes.

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#12 2016-08-15 06:18:09

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

We are talking to Pmg to grade all notes in November 2016. This will help to gain recognization after grading


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#13 2016-08-15 09:04:53

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

I like these, I think I'll order some. tongue

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#14 2016-08-20 03:37:43

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

Golden wrote:

I like these, I think I'll order some. tongue


special price for ss member by private message me.


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#15 2016-11-07 10:32:34

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

Take note Nanjing mint has minted around 1200 pcs of panda note which is first of the series. They will not mint the balance if no order above 500 pcs.

Price has up due to 30 to 40 pcs left for sell only.


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#16 2016-11-25 01:25:28

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

In china, only CGIC and Nanjing Mint silver note are graded by PMG as at today. This is form of recognition.

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#17 2016-11-25 01:28:10

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

The lunar series silver note 5 g will release soon. Computer effect photo will post soon. 2 versions with combined mintage of 3,000 instead of 5,000 to make this more rare.

Pre order start this weekend.


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#18 2016-12-28 03:14:41

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

Here the rooster silver note (color and non-color 5 g .999 silver mintage 3000)

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#19 2016-12-28 03:24:55

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

Color 5 g silver .999 note by Nanjing Mint. Lunar series - rooster - second year of the series

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Non color

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#20 2016-12-28 05:51:20

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

Very nice indeed, they look great! Was never too keen on the coloured panda note but these coloured lunar notes are way better.

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#21 2016-12-28 05:52:51

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

Clubbernut wrote:

Very nice indeed, they look great! Was never too keen on the coloured panda note but these coloured lunar notes are way better.

Thx's.  Will do a video at utube when really free.

Not easy to take a good photo.


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#22 2016-12-30 03:10:28

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

My understanding is that notes like this are stamped/printed on a polymer base. There is 5 grams of silver applied to form the design, but the contents are not exactly pure silver if you include the base. That is why it is flexible and stable. I have seen some extraordinarily attractive notes that were created this way in both gold and silver.

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#23 2016-12-30 11:48:52

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

^^^
that is good to know Peter, i often wondered how 5 grams could stretch that far and be that pliable. It makes sense that they work with a base.  Still beautiful though!


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#24 2017-01-02 08:49:02

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

Pandacollector wrote:

My understanding is that notes like this are stamped/printed on a polymer base. There is 5 grams of silver applied to form the design, but the contents are not exactly pure silver if you include the base. That is why it is flexible and stable. I have seen some extraordinarily attractive notes that were created this way in both gold and silver.

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Hi Peter your are right that some silver note is printed and even mix with polymer base. However this is not the case for majority of china official mint like Nanjing and GCIC silver note and not even for some china mint private note. The nano technology and hardening technology have been exist many years ago and make things happen. I get no minting photo from Nanjing Mint because it is patented technology owned by them. I still searching one china private mint photo pf printing the note which show pure silver than laminate with polymer to strengthen the surface for transportation purpose.

THIS IS POLYMER BASE NOTE AS QUOTED BY YOU

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WITHOUT mixing with polymer BUT the size is smaller which not using nanotechnology.

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NOTE WITHOUT mixing any polymer by using NANOTECHNOLOGY without patented technology of Nanjing Mint. Bigger surface and not strengthen by laminate polymer like Nanjing Mint. A cap is used to prevent breaking during transport.

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#25 2017-02-02 22:12:48

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Re: Silver Note - 5g - Monkey

andrewlee10 wrote:
Pandacollector wrote:

My understanding is that notes like this are stamped/printed on a polymer base. There is 5 grams of silver applied to form the design, but the contents are not exactly pure silver if you include the base. That is why it is flexible and stable. I have seen some extraordinarily attractive notes that were created this way in both gold and silver.

Best wishes,
Peter Anthony
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Hi Peter your are right that some silver note is printed and even mix with polymer base. However this is not the case for majority of china official mint like Nanjing and GCIC silver note and not even for some china mint private note. The nano technology and hardening technology have been exist many years ago and make things happen. I get no minting photo from Nanjing Mint because it is patented technology owned by them. I still searching one china private mint photo pf printing the note which show pure silver than laminate with polymer to strengthen the surface for transportation purpose.

THIS IS POLYMER BASE NOTE AS QUOTED BY YOU

http://forums.silverstackers.com/upload … g_7579.jpg

WITHOUT mixing with polymer BUT the size is smaller which not using nanotechnology.

http://forums.silverstackers.com/upload … 0dddf0.jpg

NOTE WITHOUT mixing any polymer by using NANOTECHNOLOGY without patented technology of Nanjing Mint. Bigger surface and not strengthen by laminate polymer like Nanjing Mint. A cap is used to prevent breaking during transport.

http://forums.silverstackers.com/upload … g_7580.jpg

http://forums.silverstackers.com/upload … g_7581.jpg

Hi Andrew,

FWIW, I recently saw a senior marketing official from the People's Bank in Beijing. I asked about the Nanjing gold and silver notes, if they have a polymer base? The puzzled reply I got was, "Of course they do. How else would you do it?" I don't think anything was lost in translation.

Best wishes,
Peter Anthony
China Pricepedia
www.pandacollector.com

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