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We may ask you to file a police report if it appears loss is due to theft or tampering. Your assistance speeds up the investigation and the sooner we complete it, the sooner we can resolve the missing order. If you need to change the Address you should cancel your order and place a new order using the correct address.
If you do not receive the package directly from the common carrier, you agree to take all reasonable actions to assist in recovery of the package, including but not limited to filling out reports (and/or police reports) and providing all information needed or that may be requested to assist in recovery of the package. If we determine the package is lost or damaged, we file a claim. Failure to fully cooperate will jeopardize coverage that may be provided to you. We don't accept return.Our main consigner, Martin Weiss, is a pioneer in the marketing of modern issue Chinese coins. Martin Weiss has been a leader in the numismatics hobby for over 40 years. He is perhaps best known as the individual who helped to make the coins of China among the most collected coins around the world.
Weiss tells: In 1983, there was virtually no market for modern Chinese coins in the United States or anywhere else. The Peoples Republic of China had only issued small denomination coins for circulation before 1979. No commemoratives no silver no gold. Weisss public relations campaign got the news of the new Panda coin (and his companys namePandaAmerica) in newspapers throughout the country, and orders poured in. When the first catalogue of China Panda Gold and Silver Coins was published in China, Martin Weiss was the only American dealerto be featured.
In addition to creating a worldwide market for Chinas Panda coins, Martin Weiss developed a series of Inventions and Discoveries coins with China, that was a PandaAmerica exclusive. Weiss also developed a series of gold and silver Lunar-Zodiac commemoratives for the country of Singapore and coins commemorating the 500. Anniversary of Columbus landfall in the New World for the Bahamas, all of which were successfully distributed exclusively by his company, PandaAmerica. Weiss contracted to distribute coins for the Perth Mint (Australia), the British Royal Mint, Israel Coins and Medals Corporation, Banco de Mexico, Monnaie de Paris, and others including the Olympic Coin Program of the United States Treasury. Martin Weiss was the recipient of Professional Numismatic GuildZ39;s Sol Kaplan Award in 2002 for helping to cleanse our profession of thievery and for upholding the ethics that the PNG stands for.
Weisss imagination, get-it-done attitude, professional standing, and worldwide connections assure the success of his future ventures. In addition to his membership in PNG, Mr. Weiss is a Life Member of the American Numismatic Association, and he abides by the Codes of Ethics of both organizations. Martin Weiss now devotes his efforts full time to making the websites pacificworldcoins, bidbuycoins or coinsmakeoffer world-class and easy to use.
The item "USA 2007 Buffalo $50 Gold 1 oz Coin NGC MS69" is in sale since Wednesday, April 12, 2017. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Commemorative\Modern Gold (1984-Now)". The seller is "pacificworldcoins_inc" and is located in Rancho Mirage, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.