Coin Grading

What Should You Do With PMD Coins?

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Unfortunately, there isn’t much you can do with Post Mint Damage except enjoy the damaged coin for what it is — a broken coin that needs a home and some love.

Damaged Coins Value

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The general rule on coin values is that coins are ultimately worth what someone will pay for them.

Post Mint Damage & Post Strike Damage: What You Need To Know About PMD & PSD vs. Error Coins + Damaged Coins Value

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What is PMD? It stands for Post Mint Damage, and refers to any damage a coin has suffered after leaving the mint. The 1943 Jefferson nickel has a common form of PMD — Post Mint Damage — a hole that wasn’t there when the coin left the U.S. Mint. Common examples of damaged coins (those …

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PCGS Grades 40 Millionth Coin

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Professional Coin Grading Service (www.PCGS.com) has reached another major milestone with the 40 millionth coin certified for authenticity and grade. That particular coin, a Kano Natsuo 1 Yen graded PCGS SP64 and now with a distinctive certification number of 40000000 on the encapsulation insert label, is part of a five-coin set of historic 1869 (Meiji …

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