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#251 2016-10-24 08:21:49

andrewlee10
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Re: Chinese medals - silver isn't the only composition!

Stark wrote:

Is this a series? Is tiger out or we need to wait until 2022?:)

5kg, crazy!:)

Xu Bei Hong famous in horse, shrimp and other painting but not tiger and dragon. It is not lunar.


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#252 2016-10-24 08:50:35

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Re: Chinese medals - silver isn't the only composition!

Andrew, do you have info on who is the designer and who is the sculptor?



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#253 2016-10-24 09:44:30

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Re: Chinese medals - silver isn't the only composition!

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Andrew, do you have info on who is the designer and who is the sculptor?



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Shanghai mint famous designer Mr Lo.


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#254 2016-10-24 11:36:58

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Re: Chinese medals - silver isn't the only composition!

I wonder if NGC can slab this. tongue


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#255 2016-11-20 10:00:22

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Re: Chinese medals - silver isn't the only composition!

sorry busy for job and selling. another cute one. 366 well known private mint.

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Last edited by andrewlee10 (2016-11-20 10:04:52)


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#256 2016-11-20 10:40:06

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Re: Chinese medals - silver isn't the only composition!

Thanks for sharing. Dog on the 2nd picture looks a little bit scary.:) If they make it with young tiger I buy it immediately. smile I think that dog looks nice, but teddy bear wins.;)

I need to stop looking. Please don't post any new medals until the end of this year. tongue


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#257 2016-11-20 11:55:15

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Re: Chinese medals - silver isn't the only composition!

Stark wrote:

Thanks for sharing. Dog on the 2nd picture looks a little bit scary.:) If they make it with young tiger I buy it immediately. smile I think that dog looks nice, but teddy bear wins.;)

I need to stop looking. Please don't post any new medals until the end of this year. tongue

Security MD photo is representation of love and hate


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#258 2017-01-05 18:59:53

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Re: Chinese medals - silver isn't the only composition!

Gatito Bandito wrote:
andrewlee10 wrote:
Gatito Bandito wrote:

I like this one.

Does it come in silver?


ALSO: Which mint makes it?

This is big medal. How much in your pocket to pay for silver ?

Like and willing to pay is 2 different things.

Generally, silver medal above 90 mm will cost you usd1.8 k and above.

This the reason many sellers do not sell it in eBay. Cashflow plus buyers willingness to pay


Was wondering if this comes in a *small* silver.. wink

The big brass looks nice, though. Which mint?

Thanks!

This one issued by China Copper Medal (Da Tong zhang) Association, designed by Beijing brazie Art Communication Co. Ltd.

This is their web site. they have paid membership, and usually sponsors at least 4 Medals each year. Some of their design is just as good, if not better than the State owned ShenYuang Mint or ShangHai Mint, etc.,
http://www.oyy888.com

Here are some of the medals issued by them

http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=49734

http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=44986
http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=46525

http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=36183

there are lot, you can go here to look around
http://www.oyy888.com/thread.php?fid=3

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#259 2017-01-05 20:13:48

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Re: Chinese medals - silver isn't the only composition!

picturefun wrote:
Gatito Bandito wrote:
andrewlee10 wrote:

This is big medal. How much in your pocket to pay for silver ?

Like and willing to pay is 2 different things.

Generally, silver medal above 90 mm will cost you usd1.8 k and above.

This the reason many sellers do not sell it in eBay. Cashflow plus buyers willingness to pay


Was wondering if this comes in a *small* silver.. wink

The big brass looks nice, though. Which mint?

Thanks!

This one issued by China Copper Medal (Da Tong zhang) Association, designed by Beijing brazie Art Communication Co. Ltd.

This is their web site. they have paid membership, and usually sponsors at least 4 Medals each year. Some of their design is just as good, if not better than the State owned ShenYuang Mint or ShangHai Mint, etc.,
http://www.oyy888.com

Here are some of the medals issued by them

http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=49734

http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=44986
http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=46525

http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=36183

there are lot, you can go here to look around
http://www.oyy888.com/thread.php?fid=3


Wow; http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=48509  This is art!!

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#260 2017-01-05 20:53:33

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Re: Chinese medals - silver isn't the only composition!

They are all very nice. I like these in particular: 

http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=46277


http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=47538




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#261 2017-01-05 21:27:38

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Re: Chinese medals - silver isn't the only composition!

No mint and the wold compares to what the chinese are producing.


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#262 2017-01-05 23:03:47

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Re: Chinese medals - silver isn't the only composition!

mmissinglink wrote:

They are all very nice. I like these in particular: 

http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=46277


http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=47538




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I do not like the monkey.


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#263 2017-01-06 08:49:44

Stark
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Re: Chinese medals - silver isn't the only composition!

perfulator wrote:
picturefun wrote:
Gatito Bandito wrote:

Was wondering if this comes in a *small* silver.. wink

The big brass looks nice, though. Which mint?

Thanks!

This one issued by China Copper Medal (Da Tong zhang) Association, designed by Beijing brazie Art Communication Co. Ltd.

This is their web site. they have paid membership, and usually sponsors at least 4 Medals each year. Some of their design is just as good, if not better than the State owned ShenYuang Mint or ShangHai Mint, etc.,
http://www.oyy888.com

Here are some of the medals issued by them

http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=49734

http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=44986
http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=46525

http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=36183

there are lot, you can go here to look around
http://www.oyy888.com/thread.php?fid=3


Wow; http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=48509  This is art!!

Very cool indeed.

mmissinglink wrote:

They are all very nice. I like these in particular: 

http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=46277


http://www.oyy888.com/read.php?tid=47538




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Nice medals. Not a big fan of monkeys as well, but I like obverse on the first one.

barsenault wrote:

No mint and the wold compares to what the chinese are producing.

Yes, absolutely! And compared to some "Western" mints prices are much more affordable. smile

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