New grading companies listed with images and info

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New grading companies listed with images and info

#1 Unread post by Daniel »

I just added some more grading service holders to the website.

CCCS
Canadian coin grading service. Popular consensus is that the company is well respected.

INGS2
Not recommended.

NPG
Not recommended.

VSS
Not a grading company, but a respectable and accurate silver dollar variety attributing service. Nice holders with images of the VAM area on the label. Worth checking out!

Third Party Grading Services

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Thanks I'll see if I can find the list.
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Welcome to the forum! I just read your article on ANACS and it's a very informative article.

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Thanks, +1
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I found a different type of NuGrade holder for you to list.
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I like how the Reverse Label is a coin flip and not a token flip like PCGS or NGC.
inline with the coin.
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Thanks.

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I searched your list and could find NGS but in a different holder.
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I bought a large quantity of these coins(Nugrade) a couple of months ago. I can post a few different variations, but why? They are all the same but for the paper insert. All are in the inferior holder like shown here. The company had another name, Universal Grading, I have some of those also. These coins were done years ago, I have not seen new ones crop up. Dan

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Dan, it's for informational purposes and just like you recently bought some, there might be someone else who sees some to buy and remembers what they saw here and buys at a discount or decides not to buy. Plus, any new information I can add to the web site helps all around.

I do see what you mean, it's not a benefit to us in the know.

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These were in business long enough to redesign the holders!
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