Virginia Beach, VA. – On March 20, 2009 Dominion Grading Service (DGS) made its new and improved Submission Form live on www.dominiongrading.com. DGS worked hard on simplifying the form to make it very user-friendly. Along with being loaded with special, optional services, you can now submit different service tiers on one form. It is an all-in-one easy to use form.
Along with the new form, DGS has posted an extensive but not yet complete list of references used in variety attribution and research. The list also shows what the various attribution numbers will look like on your holder. Mike Ellis, Senior Grader states, "Though it has a large amount of references that any one interested in attributing their coins will want to know about, many more will be added in the near future. To the best of my knowledge it is already the most extensive list of its kind ever published in any form. You owe it to yourself to check it out today!
We are working hard to deliver a viable product here at DGS and believe we are making long, positive strides in that direction. For those of you who know me, know that I know the root of the numismatic community is the collector who is a hobbyist. Hobbies are supposed to be fun and I work hard to ensure this hobby remains fun. Hence, it is our desire to provide as honest, inexpensive and viable a product as we can here at Dominion Grading Service."
You can access the easy on-line submission form at http://www.dominiongrading.com/submission_form.cfm or call or email and request DGS to mail you a hard copy.
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DGS is a third‐party grading service founded in 2008. DGS offers a number of unique features including AuthentiView ™ and online Visual Population Report. Fees start as low as $10 per coin. Grading is conservative and accurate and problem coins (cleaned, scratch, etc) are certified with description listed on the holder. To request a sample DGS slab, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 1‐800‐277‐2646.