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Where can I get my silver dollar graded?

Where can I get my silver dollar graded?

The Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) was established in 1985 to ensure standardization of coin grades across the industry. The Numismatic Conservation Services (NCS) is another reputable coin grading service that certifies U.S. silver dollars.

How much does it cost to get silver dollars graded?

The more valuable the coin is, the more it costs to have it graded. Grading a common coin worth $150 costs $20. Grading a rare coin worth $50,000 costs $125. It is a much better value to get expensive coins graded than it is to get common coins graded.

How do I grade a Morgan dollar?

  1. 01 of 13. Understanding Grades for Morgan Dollars.
  2. 02 of 13. About Good-3 (AG3 or AG-3)
  3. 03 of 13. Good-4 (G4 or G-4)
  4. 04 of 13. Very Good-8 (VG8 or VG-8)
  5. 05 of 13. Fine-12 (F12 or F-12)
  6. 06 of 13. Very Fine-20 (VF20 or VF-20)
  7. 07 of 13. Extra Fine-40 (EF40, XF40 EF-40 or XF-40)
  8. 08 of 13. About Uncirculated-55 (AU55 or AU-55)

How do you find the grade of a coin?

Coin grading is the process of determining the grade or condition of a coin, one of the key factors in determining its value. A coin’s grade is generally determined by five criteria: strike, preservation, luster, color, and attractiveness. Several grading systems have been developed.

What does UNC 60 mean?

Coins with no wear at all are alternately referred to as Uncirculated (Unc.), Brilliant Uncirculated (BU), and Mint State (MS). When a numerical grade is assigned to an uncirculated coin, it goes along with the abbreviation MS, such as MS-60.

Which is the best grading service for silver?

This category offers Silver Dollars that have all been certified by the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) and Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC), the top two coin grading services which gives you a guarantee that you will receive the coins you purchase in the exact condition you select.

Where do you find the D on a Morgan silver dollar?

Denver mint used a “D” mintmark to indicate its production. On the reverse under the ribbon tying the wreath, look for the “D” mintmark of the Denver mint. Philadelphia struck just over 305 million Morgan silver dollars of the total 657 million struck from all mints combined.

Are there any high grade Morgan silver coins?

All of our high-grade Morgan Silver Dollars have been certified by either the PCGS or NGC for added authenticity. We carry one-of-a-kind coins and collections, making the Morgan Silver Dollar both a great investment option and a collectible gift for casual hobbyists and loved ones.

Are there any graded silver American Eagle coins?

This organization has been in operation since 1985, and provides coin grading services for customers around the world. PCGS Graded Silver American Eagles have been fully inspected by the company’s experts, and are certified for their value, their condition and more. We offer MS-70 and MS-69 PCGS Graded Silver Eagles.

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