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#326 2015-12-05 16:08:42

chrissilver
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Re: Panda Photos

@CMCART the 2013 panda design is probably my most favourite panda design, I am fortunate enough to also have this in gold, it is a really beauty! Thanks for sharing your photos, it looks stunning.


From the other forum: www.thesilverforum.com

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#327 2016-02-07 10:01:22

andrewlee10
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Re: Panda Photos

2016 20th anniversary of Beijing Bank gold and silver panda set.

8 g Gold 35,000 mintage
30 silver 50,000 mintage

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www.chinesemedals.com  Here is our website. We do collect, but we also sell what we collect, to folks like you, all over the world.

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#328 2016-06-08 14:32:27

Nordmann
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Re: Panda Photos

Hello kind people at the panda forum. I am considering whether to send a couple of 2003 silver pandas for grading (NGC). As you can see, they are currently in OMP. In that regards, I have two questions:

1. One of them appears to have some toning. Is this something that can/will be removed by conservation? If not, I assume I should keep it as is.

2. The other coin looks flawless to my untrained eye. Is it generally seen as a profitable move (in regards to market value), to send them for grading? I don't collect silver pandas, but got them at a good price and looking to flip them...

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I am sending a gold coin with some red spots as well, as I have come to understand this will easily be removed by conservation. Is this always the case, or more of a gamble?

Feel free to enlighten me further if there is something (else) I am missing.

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#329 2016-07-13 17:16:17

Silver Clown
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Re: Panda Photos

I have a couple of pandas the oldest is a 2009. The red glare is from my camera.

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#330 2016-10-12 16:37:41

trozau
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Re: Panda Photos

A nice Panda gold brochure photo reference:

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trozau (troy ounce gold)
gold - the barbarous relic!

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#331 2016-10-12 19:19:11

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Re: Panda Photos

^ Very useful visual above for new collectors. Thanks.

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