PCGS TrueView Coin Imaging at Baltimore Show

by Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) on November 9, 2009 · 0 comments

Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) will give collectors and dealers a special opportunity to have their PCGS-graded coins digitally imaged with the PCGS TrueView photo service on-site during the first two days of the Whitman Baltimore Coin and Currency Convention at the Baltimore Convention Center, November 12 – 15, 2009.

1909-S V.D.B. Lincoln cent
CLICK TO ENLARGE: The excellent clarity of PCGS TrueView photos is shown in this image of a 1909-S V.D.B. Lincoln cent. (Photo by PCGS TrueView).


"The PCGS TrueView service offers quality images that quality coins deserve. TrueView images are among the finest in the numismatic hobby," said Don Willis, President of PCGS, a division of Collectors Universe, Inc. (NASDAQ: CLCT).

"The onsite coin imaging is offered in conjunction with any PCGS show service except for crossovers. Attendees at the Baltimore show also have the option of submitting PCGS-graded coins for imaging only."


Phil Arnold, PCGS Numismatic Photographer, will be onsite at the Baltimore show on Thursday, November 12, and the morning of Friday, November 13. The TrueView service in Baltimore will be available on a limited first-come, first-served basis. The price is $50 per coin.

For additional information, check with PCGS Customer Service representatives at booths 1308, 1309 and 1310 at the Baltimore Expo.

Images will be available for viewing on www.PCGS.com by Friday, November 20. They can be accessed by entering the coin’s certification number under Cert Verification on the Home page of the PCGS web site.

PCGS will also offer a one-day walkthrough grading turnaround for $100 on any coin with a maximum value of $100,000. Two additional show grading specials for on-site authentication and grading in Baltimore will be available to all PCGS Authorized Dealers and members of the PCGS Collectors Club:

  • $65 for U.S. and world coins valued up to $3,000 each with a minimum submission of five coins; and
  • $45 for any U.S. gold coins valued up to $3,000 each with a minimum submission of ten coins.

For additional information about the Whitman Baltimore Coin and Currency Convention, visit online at www.WhitmanExpo.com.

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