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If you wanted to get a known variety graded, the obvious place to send it would be ANACS, as they only charge $9.00 plus normal grading cost, if you write the variety on the submission form. After you get the coin back and it has the variety listed on the label. You then send it in to PCGS for a cross over. Would PCGS charge extra to add the variety?
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You might call PCGS to ask that question. If it's not a variety PCGS has listed they wont cross it over.
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