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RARE $8,600 Error $5 Bill Sold at Auction

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Bidding reached $8,625 for a strange $5 error bill that was discovered by alert collector Alex Allis who submitted the bizarre error to Professional Coin Grading Service (www.PCGS.com). Thanks for joining the currency and coin community here on YouTube! We strive to put out videos as quickly as we can that cover coins and bank … Read more

PCGS First Discovery 2019-W Lowell Quarter in GreatCollections Auction

A Virginia coin collector is about to get his second windfall from finding one of the first, elusive West Point Mint 2019 Lowell National Historical Park quarter-dollars. Bidding is underway until April 28 at GreatCollections for this historic PCGS First Discovery 2019-W Lowell quarter graded PCGS MS66. Only two of those recently released 2019-W Lowell … Read more

Actor Shawn Pyfrom Finds First NGC-Certified 2019-W Quarter

The first 2019-W Quarter certified by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC) was found by actor Shawn Pyfrom, best known for his recurring role on ABC’s popular “Desperate Housewives” series. Submitted by actor Shawn Pyfrom, this 2019-W Lowell National Historical Park quarter graded NGC MS 67 The US Mint recently announced that 10 million quarters with the … Read more

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 … Read more

PCGS Grades Rare 1854-S $5 Gold Coin – High Price

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The fourth known 1854 San Francisco Mint Liberty Head Half Eagle, discovered earlier this year and subsequently sold at auction this past August for more than $2 million, now is in a Professional Coin Grading Service (www.PCGS.com) holder. The current owner took the coin to the Baltimore Winter Expo to submit to PCGS, which was running their popular Crossover … Read more

PCGS Certifies 1875 20 Cent Die Trial

20 Cent Die Trial

Die Trials are usually uniface (struck on one side) impressions using either the obverse or reverse die. These Die Trials can be fromfinished or unfinished dies. These are deliberate strikes to test a certain design or example. Metals other than the adopted composition are frequently used to strike hub trials and die trials. They are … Read more