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Bringing Silver to the UK from China


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Good Evening all,

My partner is visiting China later in the year and I would love some silver pandas as holiday presents ?.

Does anyone have experience of flying back with silver bullion from the Chinese mainland? Are there limits on what you can bring, taxes etc?




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limit is 390 pounds to bring back to uk BUT silver pandas aren't cheap over there unless you gone for the fake ones ?

in additional there are sales tax 17% unless u are pretty good at mandarin ?

gold also have sales tax 


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Silver and gold Panda's are more expensive in mainland China then over here in Europe.( I have been to some coinshops in Beijing and Shanghai) So it's cheaper to buy  them over here. 

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If you're willing to buy Chinese silver pandas from anywhere (other than China! ), I could be of some assistance,  as a few years ago (2014) I acquired the best Chinese pandas.  They are graded ms70, they are encapsulated,  they come with authenticity letter written by China Great Wall Coin Investment ltd., stating their 1st strike status.   If interested,  write back (domin_r@hotmail.com)

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