Coin Submission Instructions for PCGS Certification in Hong Kong

The eagerly anticipated start of authentication and grading of rare coins in Hong Kong by Professional Coin Grading Service is underway through its new company, Collectors Universe (Hong Kong) Ltd. — PCGS. PCGS is grading coins prior to and during the Hong Kong International Coin Convention and Antique Watch Fair beginning on March 24 and continuing through April 6, 2012.

Hong Kong PCGS certified coins
PCGS now is accepting coins in Hong Kong for authentication and grading, and also is now offering oversized holders that can accommodate coins as large as 100 millimeters in diameter.

Coins now are being accepted from PCGS Collectors Club members and PCGS Authorized Dealers at "pre-show" discounted rates. You must be a PCGS Authorized dealer or PCGS Collector Club member to take advantage of the pre-show discounted pricing. Collector Club memberships can be purchased at the time of submission.

"We are ready to serve and assist collectors and dealers in Asia, and you can now submit coins to Professional Coin Grading Service in Hong Kong," said Don Willis, President of PCGS.

"Also, for the first time, PCGS will offer new, oversized holders that can accommodate coins as large as 100 millimeters in diameter. The new, larger holders that now are available from PCGS are perfect for coins up to one kilogram in size, and offer all of PCGS’ security and tamper evident features."

To qualify for a special, pre-show discount, submitted coins must be received before March 24, 2012. Send them by mail or deliver them in person to: Malca Amit Far East Ltd., Attention CU, Tsim Sha Tsui Office, 11/Floor, Room 1101-08, Tower 3, China, Hong Kong City, 33 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, HK.

Coins will be accepted for grading after March 24 at standard Onsite prices Anyone can submit coins in-person to the PCGS team either on-site during the scheduled pre-show auctions in the Crystal Room 3 at the Holiday Inn Golden Mile, April 3 – 5, or at the Hong Kong International Coin Convention at booths 214 – 217 on April 6. All coins must be received no later than April 6.

For submission forms and instructions and additional information, including grading fees, in English go to and in Chinese go to

"All coins will be authenticated and graded through the industry’s highest standard of security and reliability, PCGS Secure Plus™, and will receive PCGS’ ultimate guarantee," said Muriel Eymery, Vice President of International Business Development for PCGS.

"Coins submitted through the Bulk service or through the Modern service are not required to go through Secure Plus. The PCGS full cash-back Secure Plus guaranty extends to all coins including all World coins and ensures the authenticity and accuracy of the grade assigned to any coin as long as it remains in its Secure Plus tamper-evident holder."

Since its founding in 1986, Professional Coin Grading Service experts have certified over 23 million coins with a total market value of over $26 billion. PCGS represents the industry standard in third-party certification. PCGS is a division of Collectors Universe, Inc. (NASDAQ: CLCT).

For additional information call PCGS Customer Service at +1 949-833-0600 (English) or +825 396 06570 (Chinese), or email or visit

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i want my collection to have all 2nd strikes

Koichi Ito

Now I can collect PCGS MS70 Proof Gold and Silver Panda Coins? If PCGS in Hong Kong what next? What about NGC in Hong Kong or Singapore?


im gonna start a grading service instead of ms-70 i will have a grade of “wow that is nice and shiny” 69 = boy that is shiny 68 = pretty shiny 67 = shiny 66 = pretty 65 = save your money next time i have never had a coin graded or had an urge to have anything graded. seems like an anal thing to me to have a 3rd party tell you your coin is nice and shiny, much less the first strike scam. first strike = i sent mine in first even though it could have been the… Read more »


why the label is not the same as normal PCGS?
and also, the slab shell is not quite the same as normal?