Posted on April 21, 2015 by Don Willis
The D. Brent Pogue Collection is filled with amazing rarities that have been hidden away for generations. To really grasp the depth and breadth of this staggering collection of early American coinage, take a look for yourself. The first and second auctions are available to view in the PCGS Set Registry’s Digital Coin Albums.
Early Half Dimes Basic Set, Circulation Strikes (1792-1837)
Capped Bust Half Dimes Basic Set, Circulation Strikes (1829-1837)
Draped Bust Dimes Basic Set, Circulation Strikes (1796-1807)
Early Quarters Basic Set, Circulation Strikes (1796-1838)
Draped Bust Quarters Basic Set, Circulation Strikes (1796-1807)
Draped Bust Quarters with Major Varieties, Circulation Strikes (1796-1807)
Capped Bust Quarters Basic Set, Circulation Strikes (1815-1838)
Capped Bust Quarters (Large Size) Basic Set, Circulation Strikes (1815-1828)
Capped Bust Quarters (Reduced Size) Basic Set, Circulation Strikes (1831-1838)
Flowing Hair and Draped Bust Half Dollars Basic Set, Circulation Strikes (1794-1807)
Draped Bust $2-1/2 Gold Basic Set, Circulation Strikes (1796-1807)
Draped Bust $5 Gold Basic Set, Circulation Strikes (1795-1807)
Early $10 Gold Basic Set, Circulation Strikes (1795-1804)
Posted on April 7, 2015 by Don Willis
If you are a PCGS Collector Club Member you owe it to yourself to attend at least one of our Members Only shows in Las Vegas. The shows are small and very friendly. Usually 25-30 tables are setup with perhaps a total of 100 dealers and collectors in the room. However, the volume of buying and selling rivals most major shows. The Members Only Show is compact but very powerful. We offer special rates on rooms for all the attendees and lots of amenities. Check our Members Only Show, you owe it to yourself (your spouse won’t mind being dragged along on this coin trip!). Members Only Show
Posted on March 24, 2015 by Don Willis
I am contemplating the Pogue collection, which will start selling in May, and the Kendall collection, which sells this week. These are marvelous collections that will be difficult to repeat, let alone improve on. What is common to both is the great length of time they took to build. Both were built slowly, year after year, carefully choosing coins that would complement what was already in place. A great collection cannot be built overnight, no matter how much money you have. But isn’t that what collecting is all about? The many hours that both collectors spent assembling these great collections were the true pleasure of owning these coins.
Posted on March 10, 2015 by Don Willis
One of the questions that we are frequently asked is, “How do I submit my coins to PCGS for grading?” Well, submitting coins to PCGS for authentication and grading is easier than you may think. In this week’s short video, we present the options available to collectors in an easy to understand format. It only takes a minute to check it out, so what are you waiting for?
Posted on February 24, 2015 by Don Willis
In today’s world we are always on the go. If you are like me your mobile phone is your constant companion and keeps you connected to what’s going on. PCGS has developed four mobile apps that help keep you connected to your coins. Easy to download and simple to use, these applications offer a tremendous amount of information that was unthinkable just a few short years ago. With our mobile apps you have immediate access to virtually all of the information that can be found on PCGS.com. Check out our mobile apps at www.pcgs.com/apps.
Posted on February 10, 2015 by Don Willis
It’s only February but it’s already been an exciting year for the PCGS Set Registry! At the FUN show we introduced the new SHOP function, which allows Set Registry participants to quickly and easily shop virtually every PCGS graded coin listed on the Internet. Later in January at the Long Beach Expo, we introduced the Digital Coin Album. This is a fun concept that has been quickly embraced by many Set Registry participants. The Digital Coin Album is very easy to use and quite powerful in effect!
Posted on January 27, 2015 by Don Willis
Eureka! Our secret software project was unveiled at the FUN show earlier this month. Shopping for PCGS certified coins and building your collection has never been easier! All PCGS Registry users now have a “SHOP” button which will display every PCGS coin that will upgrade your collection or fill that hole. Click here for more information about the new “SHOP” button.
Posted on January 13, 2015 by Don Willis
At last week’s FUN show we held a PCGS Registry luncheon. At that luncheon, I announced and demonstrated a product that we have been working on for several months. PCGS has built a ’Value-added Aggregator.’ What’s that? Well, it is a system that will allow any PCGS Registry participant to view all PCGS coins offered online in the US in one easy step. Every coin listed provides a link back to the selling site. It’s free to everyone who uses the Set Registry and very easy to use. Check it out at www.pcgs.com/setregistry.
Posted on December 16, 2014 by Don Willis
The new year is just around the corner! 2014 has flown by but we are looking forward to an exciting 2015. The excitement begins at the Florida United Numismatists (FUN) show in Orlando. The FUN show runs from Jan. 8-10 in Orlando FL. PCGS will be taking submissions for onsite grading through Friday at 5 PM. One of the highlights of the FUN is the PCGS Set Registry luncheon on Friday. At this year’s luncheon we will have a very special announcement for all Registry members. Don’t miss it!
Posted on November 18, 2014 by Don Willis
The PCGS Set Registry is extremely helpful to any coin collector. It helps you keep track of your coins, when you bought them, from whom, what you paid, you can add notes to each coin and photographs as well! The system will even tell you each coin’s value, as well as your entire inventory, per the PCGS Price Guide. And you can add non-PCGS graded coins to your inventory. It will even track your purchases and sales. Everything mentioned so far is completely confidential. No one sees your information, including PCGS. Competing is fun, but to me the hidden value of the PCGS Registry is what I just described!
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