Lindén Steals The Show At Baldwin’s Hong Kong Coin Auction The Chinese numismatic market showed no signs of decline as Chinese silver coins stole the show at Baldwin’s 56th Hong Kong Coin Auction yesterday, Thursday 2nd April. Fierce bidding drove prices up t
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