How Much Does PCGS Grading Cost?

The Professional Coin Grading Service, or PCGS,  was initiated in 1985 by seven coin dealers and is owned by the parent company Collectors Universe, Inc.  PCGS was formed with the purpose of standardizing coin grading for the use of coin collectors.  After all, like any other product, a coin is only worth what somebody will pay for it.  Today, the PCGS is now one of the two most popular grading services for rare coins in American numismatics.  It has even expanded its service to Europe and Asia.

Grading is a means to determine the physical condition of a coin and therefore its monetary value.  People can actually learn how to grade a coin with the aid of books on the topic and through experience.  This is also what happened to PCGS.  Through extensive experience, the Professional Coin Grading Service has now become an expert in the field and it is recognized for its ability to give accurate grades of coins.

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