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Silver 1 oz Panda mintages


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Dates or numbers?

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This is what I've learned from here to find out how much a particular coin is selling for;

  1. Go to E-bay
  2. Click on 'Advanced' next to the search button, to go to the Advanced search page;
  3. Type in the coin you want to research; in the case "2014 Panda Silver 1oz"
  4. Tick 'Sold listing' and click search. (you can select the "coins" category).
  5. Sort the results by recent first to have a look what been sold recently
  6. Then Sort by "Highest price" to have an overview what to top price is and lowest (and to ignore the fakes/replica's)
  • Slabbed coins seems to be selling¬†in the ¬£33-38 range
  • Non-slabbed coins seems to be selling¬†in ¬£19-23 range


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  • 5 weeks later...
On 20/04/2016 at 14:13, Webster said:

I am struggling to find the mintage dates for 2012-2016 pandas silver could anyone help me out?

Look on panda America site you can get excellent advice on all pandas. Gazer

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