Ron Guth

(Santa Ana, California) — New features and more than 2,500 additional high-quality coin photos have been added to the all-new PCGS CoinFacts® (www.PCGSCoinFacts.com) since the enhanced web site was launched on July 27. A division of Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS), the site is the Internet’s most comprehensive, one-stop source for historical U.S. numismatic information. […]

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(Long Beach, California) – Professional Coin Grading Service (www.PCGS.com) will have special discounts for certification services during the Long Beach, California Coin, Stamp & Collectibles Expo, September 10 – 12, 2009.  You’ll also have the opportunity to have your coins informally, personally examined by PCGS Co-Founder, David Hall, during Meet the Expert sessions, and hear […]

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(Santa Ana, California) – PCGS CoinFacts® (www.PCGSCoinFacts.com), the Internet’s most comprehensive, one-stop source for historical U.S. numismatic information, is now live. The new site – ideal for both novices and advanced collectors – has been completely revamped with thousands of updates to its database and image files and a number of important new features.   […]

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The Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) will display Sunnywood’s "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" set of exquisitely toned Morgan silver dollars and PCGS Co-Founder David Hall will participate in an important educational forum at the Florida United Numismatists (FUN) annual convention in Orlando, January 8 – 11, 2009. 

1881-S dollar Morgan graded PCGS MS68

Hall will be a featured expert in the FUN seminar, "2009 or 1929? You Can Survive and Thrive During the Economic Crisis," at 1:15 p.m., Saturday, January 10.

 

"The Sunnywood’s collection is a 100 percent complete, basic set of circulation strike Morgan dollars (1878 – 1921) with spectacular natural toning.  The set is ranked number six in the PCGS Set Registry with a weighted grade point average and set rating of 64.611," said BJ Searls, Set Registry Manager.

"The collection was assembled by attorney Douglas Kurz who will be on hand at FUN to discuss the composition of the set. One of the main attractions is an 1881-S graded PCGS MS68 with vivid rainbow toning that’s considered by many Morgan dollar enthusiasts to be the ultimate, finest-toned Morgan known."

 

Other highlights of the 97-coin set include:

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Free Encyclopedia of Coins Encourages Editing Like Wikipedia Newport Beach, Calif. – Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS), a division of Collectors Universe (NASDAQ: CLCT), announced today the introduction of the CoinFacts Wiki, a public encyclopedia of U.S. and World coins located at www.CoinFactsWiki.com.   The "wiki" concept allows users to create and edit virtually all […]

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(Santa Ana, California) – Collectors Universe, Inc. announced today, September 30, 2008, that PCGS President, Ron Guth, would be changing his role effective October 1, 2008 to become President of CoinFacts.com, a unit of PCGS that Guth had originally founded in 1999 that offers a virtual encyclopedia of knowledge about almost all U.S. Coins.  As […]

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(Long Beach, California) – An exhibit by Professional Coin Grading Service of counterfeit coins and the latest in the Professional Numismatists Guild’s "Share the Knowledge" educational seminars are among the highlights of the next Long Beach Coin, Stamp & Collectibles Expo, September 18 – 20, 2008.  The show will be held in the Long Beach, […]

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New features, including online streaming video commentary from Collectors Universe President and Co-Founder David Hall have been added to the Professional Coin Grading Service’s authoritative Rare Coin Price Guide at www.PCGS.com/prices.  All of the information is available free to the public. The price guide includes the PCGS3000™ Coin Market Summary that tracks the values of […]

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The Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) announced Monday the removal of a half dozen coin dies used to make counterfeit Chinese coins. The company purchased the dies through an online auction with the purpose to stop their use in producing more counterfeit coins. They will also be used to help educate collectors, and will be […]

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The Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) has announced the return of First Strike® inserts to current and future submissions for members of the PCGS Collectors Club. Ron Guth, President of PCGS, said in an e-mail announcement Tuesday,   “The collecting community let us know loud and clear that they wanted access to the First Strike […]

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