A Brief History Of PCGS Coins
The Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) was founded in 1986 as a result of the major problems being caused in the buying and selling of rare coins. The industry leaders knew that the rare coin industry could be in severe risk without an official standardized grading platform. Since their founding, PCGS coins have become all the rave for collectors and investors around the world.
All PCGS coins carry a grade that determines the physical condition of that certain coin. Certified coinages are graded from Poor (dull and worn) to Perfect Uncirculated (zero flaws). The grading system PCGS applies to its coins is called Mint State and all certified coins are graded with one. Different grades and rarity conditions set the prices of these coins and they vary greatly. MS 61 certified coins and MS 67 certified coins could vary by tens of thousands of dollars in price, which is why you should be well informed when making a purchase.
PCGS coins have revolutionized the rare coin industry forever.
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