November 6, 2012 | Vol. 12 Number 23    
PCGS
Submit Coins Collectors Club Price Guide PCGS CoinFacts Set Registry
Latest Tools at PCGS, CCE and CoinFlation.com
By Jaime Hernandez
In this week's eZine we have a plethora of numismatic articles and the latest information about tools for collectors and dealers. First, checkout our feature article about President Abraham Lincoln in numismatic history by Charles Morgan. We also have an announcement about PCGS certifying the unique 1814 Platinum Half Dollar. Ron Guth provides useful tips on how to take advantage of some of the tools available on PCGSCoinFacts.

Another colleague Mike Brandow from CCE discusses the increasingly popularity of the Coin Search mobile site m.collectorscorner.com, and how it is connecting buyers and dealers with their coins for sale at coin shows – an industry leading mobile solution.

Finally, see highlights about the new Coinflation iPhone App which shares real-time coin melt values, so you can easily price your valuables anywhere, anytime.

As always, please let us know how you are enjoying the PCGS eCollector.
The 1886 Morgan Dollar on PCGS CoinFacts
The coinage of 19,963,000 circulation strike silver dollars at the Philadelphia Mint in 1886 broke all previous production records for the denomination.
However, in the following year, 1887, the Philadelphia Mint would go on to still another high."
start your free trial
Abraham Lincoln: A Numismatic Legacy Considered
By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker
On January 12, 1848, a 39-year-old Whig congressman from Illinois named Abraham Lincoln took to the House floor and spoke these words:

“The blood of this war, like the blood of Abel, is crying to the Heavens against the President of the United States!”

The remarks were part of a political charge against President James K. Polk, a Southern Democrat, who had thrust the United States into a state of war against Mexico after a U.S. patrol was routed by Mexican forces in disputed territory located near present-day Brownsville, Texas.
read more
PCGS Milestone: 25 Million Coins Certified Worldwide
(Newport Beach, California) - A historic gold coin from Japan has the distinction of being the 25 millionth coin authenticated and graded by Professional Coin Grading Service, underscoring the growing appreciation worldwide for expert certification by PCGS.

The coin is a rare 1871 (Meiji 4) 10 Yen With Border on the Reverse variety. It was among a group of 33 coins recently submitted by a PCGS Collectors Club member in Toyko.
read more
PCGS certifies unique 1814 half dollar
One of the most intriguing - and mysterious - pattern coins ever produced by the United States is now in a Professional Coin Grading Service holder: the unique 1814 platinum Capped Bust half dollar with nearly three dozen "P" punch marks. It is graded PCGS Secure Plus XF40.
read more
Weekly Coin Market Report
Click here to watch the video
Tips on Using PCGS CoinFacts
By Ron Guth
PCGS CoinFacts is packed full of useful information about U.S. coins. It's really a library full of information packed into one easy-to-use site.
read more
Find Coins Fast With Collectors Corner CoinSearch
By Mike Brandow
Find Coins Fast With Collectors Corner CoinSearch™ Mobile Solution at all major shows including the November 2012 Baltimore Expo
read more
Coinflation offers Free Melt Values Mobile App.
(Santa Ana, California) - Using any iPhone™, iPad™ or iPod™, you can now instantly find the intrinsic melt values of gold, silver and base metal U.S. coins, jewelry and scrap metal with the new, free Coinflation.com application available from the Apple iTunes™ App Store at itunes.com/apps/Coinflation.
read more
facebook youtube twitter
© 2012 PCGS, Inc. A Division of Collectors Universe. All Rights Reserved.
For advertising info contact Rebecca Tran, Director of Advertising at [email protected] or 949-892-8604.