Third-party grading offers collectors advantages in today's hobby
Just about everybody is happy if they own a coin graded, say, Mint State 63 in 1990 and today in 2016 it grades MS-65. However, one reader told me he lost several hundred thousand dollars by buying most of the top-graded certified 1909-S Lincoln ...
Feature Interview: Coin & Collectible Expert Van Simmons of David Hall Rare Coins
As a founder of Professional Coin Grading Service (PSGC), Van literally wrote the book on rare coins. He's also an expert on many collectibles, including sports memorabelia, art, taxidermy and more. Van is a friend of the publication and, as Gerardo ...
Classic US Coins – Art and Numismatics
Jeff was also one of the original coin graders for the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS). He is today considered one of the country’s best coin graders and was the winner of the 2005 PCGS World Series of Grading. Today, he serves as a consultant ...