ACG Different Small Slab Types

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ACG Different Small Slab Types

#1 Unread post by rjp » Sat Sep 30, 2017 10:16 pm

Thought I would show these off and see if you knew there were so many different types and labels.
I have 14 different slabs here are the first 5. and with the letter on the slab so you can comment about the type slab and ID the picture.
Again I don't know how to put the pictures side by side.
Thanks
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A 1884 Indian obv.jpg
A 1884 Indian rev.jpg
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B 1963 Lincoln obv.jpg
B 1963 Lincoln rev.jpg
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C 1953-S Roosevelt obv.jpg
C 1953-S Roosevelt rev.jpg
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D 1971-S Ike obv.jpg
D 1971-S Ike rev.jpg
Label is black and white
And I just noticed the the label is (if I must) facing Backwards.
As I stack these slabs this one will not lock in with the others,
But if I turn it around they all stack and lock in together.
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E 1931-S Lincoln obv.jpg
E 1931-S Lincoln rev.jpg
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Re: AGC Different Small Slab Types

#2 Unread post by rjp » Sat Sep 30, 2017 10:20 pm

Next five types I have.
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F 1936-S Buffalo obv.jpg
F 1936-S Buffalo rev.jpg
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G 2000-W Silver Eagle obv.jpg
G 2000-W Silver Eagle rev.jpg
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H 1971-S Ike Dollar obv.jpg
H 1971-S Ike Dollar rev.jpg
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I 1852 Large Cent obv.jpg
I 1852 Large Cent rev.jpg
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J 1884-O Morgan obv.jpg
J 1884-O Morgan rev.jpg
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Re: AGC Different Small Slab Types

#3 Unread post by rjp » Sat Sep 30, 2017 10:23 pm

And four more.
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K 1945-D WLH obv.jpg
K 1945-D WLH rev.jpg
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L 1880-S Morgan obv.jpg
L 1880-S Morgan rev.jpg
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M 1921 Morgan obv.jpg
M 1921 Morgan rev.jpg
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This slab is the same type slab as AGC uses and will stack nicely with them.
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N 1923-P Peace Dollar IGI obv.jpg
N 1923-P Peace Dollar IGI rev.jpg
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Found the edit button, for some reason that was not loading on the last thread I tried to do.
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Re: ACG Different Small Slab Types

#4 Unread post by PetesPockets55 » Sun Oct 01, 2017 7:50 am

Thanks Bob.
I think I picked up on four different offices in these labels.
How accurate do you feel the grade comes to current standards?
I ask because sometimes grading services are used for marketing coins only to get a higher price as opposed to being honest with a grade from a collectors view point.

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Re: ACG Different Small Slab Types

#5 Unread post by Daniel » Sun Oct 01, 2017 7:47 pm

Accugrade tried to do it with their own point system and grading standard. I actually own a copy of Alan Hagar's Standards. So hard to know how accurate but I would say he would be as close as any TPGS. The guy knew grading but I think tried to be too different from what PCGS, ANA and NGC were doing at the time.

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Re: ACG Different Small Slab Types

#6 Unread post by PetesPockets55 » Sun Oct 01, 2017 9:10 pm

Daniel wrote:
Sun Oct 01, 2017 7:47 pm
Accugrade tried to do it with their own point system and grading standard. I actually own a copy of Alan Hagar's Standards. So hard to know how accurate but I would say he would be as close as any TPGS. The guy knew grading but I think tried to be too different from what PCGS, ANA and NGC were doing at the time.
Thanks Daniel. I find it interesting to see how the grading and companies have changed while being pulled in multiple directions. (A Business trying to make a profit vs. giving the industry/customer what they say they want at a price that works for both.)

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Re: ACG Different Small Slab Types

#7 Unread post by rjp » Sat Oct 07, 2017 1:28 pm

Here is the link to the other forum that I posted this same thread on and many comments on the different slabs and more added by them
https://www.cointalk.com/threads/acg-ea ... es.303882/

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Re: ACG Different Small Slab Types

#8 Unread post by Daniel » Sat Oct 07, 2017 3:33 pm

Yeah, they know how to make it more interesting in the other forums.

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Re: ACG Different Small Slab Types

#9 Unread post by rjp » Sat Oct 07, 2017 8:14 pm

I have to put them over there because I need conder101 to comment on them,
since he wrote the book and keeps track of these Out Of Business (OOB) slabs.
I always hope he would check in here and then I don't need the other forums.
I have been trying to find everyone on your list here and I like it when the new ones are added because of what I give you.
I do have about 15+ to get on your list here. In time I will get them posted here.
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Re: ACG Different Small Slab Types

#10 Unread post by PetesPockets55 » Sun Oct 08, 2017 6:34 am

rjp wrote:
Sat Oct 07, 2017 1:28 pm
Here is the link to the other forum that I posted this same thread on and many comments on the different slabs and more added by them
https://www.cointalk.com/threads/acg-ea ... es.303882/

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Bob, Thanks for adding the links. it is interesting to hear other peoples ideas and contributions to the thread.
Really nice group you have. It probably makes you wince when you hear people mention about cracking them out hugeeyes lol: to place in a Whittman holder though.

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