PCGS Names Stephanie Sabin Permanent President

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PCGS Interim President Stephanie Sabin
PCGS President Stephanie Sabin. Sabin previously served as PCGS interim president and has more than 15 years of experience at the company.

Professional Coin Grading Service (www.PCGS.com) has named Stephanie Sabin its permanent president. This announcement comes after Sabin has successfully served as interim president since August 2021 and led PCGS during a period of record growth.

"Stephanie has more than proven her talent and fitness for the role as PCGS president," says Nat Turner, CEO of PCGS parent company Collectors Universe. "She is someone who has served PCGS for more than 15 years and has helped expand our company to become the international brand it is today. She also comes from a numismatic background and knows our company inside and out. There is simply nobody more qualified or prepared to serve as PCGS president than Stephanie. Her steadfast leadership during a quarter of record growth for PCGS is icing on the cake."

"I am thrilled to become the president of a company that has been like family to me for more than 15 years," says Sabin, who joined PCGS in 2006. "When I started at PCGS all those years ago I was a bulk dealer liaison. To become president of this outstanding organization just underscores the incredible opportunities this company offers."

In 2013, Sabin oversaw the opening of PCGS offices in China and managed the operations of the office in Shanghai. She rose to chief of staff in 2019 and became senior director of international operations in 2020. In those leadership roles she managed day-to-day and long-term projects while piloting tactical and strategic operations alongside the PCGS president in a dynamic role that encompassed everything from company finances and investment opportunities to coordinating interoffice and external communications.

Named interim president in the late summer of 2021, Sabin led PCGS through a period of unprecedented growth as the company closes in on its 50 millionth encapsulation.

"As someone who comes from a family of numismatists and who loves this hobby so much, becoming the permanent president of PCGS is a dream come true for me," she said. "Looking ahead during this time of exceptional growth for PCGS, I am excited to serve alongside our amazing team and engage with the needs of our customers so we can continue leading the industry as the premier third-party coin and banknote grading company."

About Professional Coin Grading Service

Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) is a third-party coin and banknote grading company that was launched in 1986. Over 35 years, PCGS has examined and certified more than 47 million U.S. and world coins, medals, and tokens with a combined value of over $46 billion. For more information about PCGS products and services, including how to submit your coins for authentication and grading, please visit www.PCGS.com or call PCGS Customer Service at (800) 447-8848.

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SENZA

It’s funny and sad when an industry is so corrupt and rigged with fake scarcity and supply that the criminals behind it call themselves genius and promote each other from within. Also, noting several changes in the top positions which usually occur when one shyster has gone too far out on the limb for too long and needs to seek shelter from a forced resignation – either way this industry is long over-due for a disruption or game changing event – the same old scammers been running the show far too long. Remember all graders are just worthless middle-men adding… Read more »

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Chas. Barber

Chinese market made her President, PCGS is all amount the $$ now not really a collector outfit a for profit, venture capitalist outfit…e.g people paying $115 for one slab…rip off, not just a plain old schtupping

Rich

That’s interesting. I wonder if they will now start grading Hunter’s art work?

Kaiser Wilhelm

Chas.,

What private business of any kind in America isn’t out for reaping the maximum profit, and many thousands of those are funded by venture capitalism? This is how business is done, and the only way to avoid that is to pick and choose who to do business with. If collectors want their coins graded and encapsulated, then the onus for the pricing and the cost is on them, not on the chosen business providing the service or the product.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

Just speaking from my own admittedly slanted perspective, I would be surprised if that young lady couldn’t sell sand to a Saudi and ice to an Inuit, so a-slabbing she will go.

Nonetheless, the following, as posted below, is at least as true…

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Seth Riesling

Lol. Kaiser, that pic of her uses major Photoshop “airbrushing” software to look like a Hollywood celebrity 8×10 pic for casting calls. But, I would buy PCGS coins from her at wholesale!! Lol.

NumisdudeTX

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Kaiser Wilhelm

If I wasn’t such a happily married man I’d concern myself less with the call and more with the couch.

Oh my, how politically incorrect of me. Tsk tsk.

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Seth Riesling

Bette Davis was fearless!

NumisdudeTX

Kaiser Wilhelm

If only more aspiring female actors had been as confident as she was a lot of that despicable extortionist sexual abuse would have been cut off at the pass…or the penis!

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