Why grade your coins?

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TonyJ
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Why grade your coins?

Postby TonyJ » 01 March 2017

I'm a bullion man myself but I'm thinking of joining the dark side and starting a few numismatic collections. If a coin was very, very rare but not in the best condition; would you still have it graded? I tend to be anti-grading for modern coins.

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Re: Why grade your coins?

Postby Gold Bird » 23 March 2017

I was shocked to seeing NGOs s charges $150 for the gold membership you must do before getting even one coin graded. Was thinking getting liberty coins graded but it seems would be to expensive so your $200 guideline is a good measure to do or not

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Re: Why grade your coins?

Postby SilverSnake » 11 April 2017

Am I wrong but I seem to lean to pgcs with price info by grade and you mentioned you join as gold member, I see you get 8 free grades for 100 more as platinum member with that free number of grades seems best deal? So 8 grades for like 8!grades expensive but seems best per coin cost


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