Professional Coin Grading Service


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Professional Coin Grading Service

A company in the United States that will, for a fee, certify whether or not a coin is authentic or counterfeit. It also appraises the value of coins. The PCGS is used most commonly by numismatists.
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The five authenticators from 2003 who re-examined the Walton nickel in Florida were Heritage Senior Numismatist Mark Borckardt, PCGS Board of Experts member; dealer and author John "JD" Dannreuther; numismatic author and dealer Jeff Garrett; Professional Coin Grading Service Co-Founder and Collectors Universe President David Hall; and numismatic author and dealer Fred Weinberg.
Since our founding in 1986, Professional Coin Grading Service experts have now certified 25 million coins, with a total market value of over $27 billion," said PCGS Co-Founder, David Hall, President of Collectors Universe, Inc.
A limited number of these coins are being independently graded and certified by Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) as "First Strike" coins.
Goldline International has acquired a limited quantity of the error coins independently evaluated by Professional Coin Grading Service.
He is a recognized leader in the industry, having been instrumental in the creation of the Professional Coin Grading Service, the organization that first established the industry standards for coin grading.
These First Strike American Buffalos will be independently graded and certified by Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS), one of the nation's most reputable grading services.
Subject to certain limitations, loans from $50,000 to $5 million or more can be made on coins that are in a dealer's inventory or in the process of being independently certified for authenticity and grade by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation or Professional Coin Grading Service.
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