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DGS Senior Grader & Variety Specialist, Mike Ellis, Named to CONECA Hall of Fame

Mike Ellis Adds Another Prestigious Award to His Distinguished Numismatic Career Virginia Beach, VA. Dominion Grading Service is happy to announce Mike Ellis'...

Dominion Grading Service Certifies & Grades Rare Gold

Virginia Beach, VA. The graders at Dominion Grading Service were very excited to receive some high powered submissions lately, including five numismatic gold rarities....

DGS Unveils New, Super Easy On-Line Submission Form

Virginia Beach, VA. – On March 20, 2009 Dominion Grading Service (DGS) made its new and improved Submission Form live on www.dominiongrading.com. DGS...

DGS Slabs Barbieri Cache of "Smoking Liberty" Seated Quarters

Virginia Beach, VA. ‐ In July of 2008 Ken Potter wrote an extensive and lavishly illustrated article reporting on the discovery of a most...

DGS Hires Top Grader to Keep up with Increased Submissions

Mike Ellis brings over 20 Years Experience in Research, Grading & Teaching (Virginia Beach, VA.) Management at Dominion Grading Service (DGS) formally announced this...

DGS Authenticates & Grades Rare Lafayette Dollar Variety

Duvall 4-E Variety is Just the Second Reported Specimen

Virginia Beach, VA. The graders at Dominion Grading Service are excited to announce that they have certified the second known example of this very rare variety. The Duvall 4-E variety was thought to be unique until the discovery of this coin, which has been graded AU58 Cleaned by DGS.

1900 $1 Lafayette Duvall 4-E Variety

According to John Feigenbaum, President of DGS, the coin has "the initial appearance of a mint state coin but the luster is almost too nice and lacks the frosty surfaces of a true mint state. The coin has virtually no wear and has been very lightly cleaned to show evidence of wipe lines upon close examination in proper lighting. The only significant mark on either side of the coin is a 3 mm scratch on Washington's cheek. Without the mishandling, this coin might have otherwise graded MS63."

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