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Let me start by saying I know less than my cat about Chinese coinage, so I may be entirely wrong. I research and collect American silver (not coins) in the Federal era. I periodically scan the bay for such under the Coin Silver Antique pages. As might be imagined, there are often coin coins posted there in error. Today a newbie Hong Kong dealer posted 30+ PCGS holdered coins. Out of curiosity, given the large number of US coin forgeries, I looked up, randomly, several of the #s. To my untrained eye, they were not the same coins. I suspect folks here are just as dedicated to outing such things as the posters on the US forum, so someone with knowledge might take a look. I have no interest in any part of this offering, simply trying to spot things as I go.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/335000784093?hash=item4dff9a4cdd:g:YpwAAOSwqWdk5pUD&amdata=enc:AQAIAAAAsKttZIDDQM9zQ6wc721vWLYVQnVTcfzJ445C1UDi8CklCU/N5g1CmbHiOUB7wilWIaNlt/tNExo+YhwnQdT2kp6cK9gPfxROSGaNrB0o1vbm71CDksVpqY2HT917kWqi4zvIQCbomJUkjWw+J4+0Oei7mUNOEH5CZAJlGmon6M1ixGq6YzrM4HsU8vUu5mSv7/Xwr0uoSrzTrF9qFIWD8yrV1zkQ6Beztlt7XDg8u4Jp|tkp:Bk9SR8C0iNLEYg

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  • GreenstangGreenstang Posts: 725 ✭✭✭✭
    edited August 24, 2023 6:14AM

    They are all counterfeit, the price alone should be enough to tell that.
    Also the holders are not correct and the bar codes are different from genuine ones.

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