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PCGS Newsletter
November 1, 2016
 
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In this issue:
 
  The Neil-Carter 1794 Specimen Silver Dollar — The First Ten Million Dollar Coin
 
  No Grade Coins — Part VIII
 
  Walking Liberty Gold Half Dollars Available on November 17
 
  Survey: Will there ever be another $10 million coin?
 
 
 
The Neil-Carter 1794 Specimen Silver Dollar — The First Ten Million Dollar Coin
by BJ Searls

Will there ever be another $10 million coin? No one knows. But one thing remains clear: the Neil-Carter 1794 Specimen Silver Dollar is a breathtaking numismatic sight. Set Registry Director BJ Searls highlights this one-of-a-kind silver dollar.

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Legend Numismatics 1795 1C PCGS MS63+ BN S-76B PLAIN EDGE REYNOLDS

This coin is 221 years old and looks like it was recently crafted from a chunk of milk chocolate. An absolute prize. In 1795, every coin was handmade. From the Reynolds auction, Legend Numismatics originally placed this coin for a Registry builder of Pre-1800 Type set. View this coin and more NEWPs.

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No Grade Coins — Part VIII
by Mike Sherman

In the final installment of "No Grade Coins," Director of Education Mike Sherman covers the remaining codes of the largest area of coins that cannot receive normal grades: Damage.

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Just Posted! View Lot List in Legend Auctions’ November Session

Full Lot list is now posted online. Or view all coins at the Baltimore Show this week. See some spectacular coins, including those being prepared for the upcoming 19th Regency Auction. Last minute consignments may be considered if you have something special for the December auction.

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Walking Liberty Gold Half Dollars Available on November 17
by Jaime Hernandez

PCGS Price Guide Editor Jaime Hernandez spotlights the upcoming release of the much-anticipated final coin in the U.S. Mint’s Centennial Gold Series: the Walking Liberty Gold Half Dollar.

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Will there ever be another $10 million coin?
  • Yes. There are still coveted coins out there, both at large and within collections.
  • Not likely. $10 million sets the bar very high.
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Last issue's winner of a PCGS Polo Shirt: Dan Savickas
 
 
 

NEW IMAGES: PCGS #3352 (PR) 1942 1C, RB
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NEW NARRATIVES: Ron Guth wrote about 1882 10C
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NEW CENSUS: Condition Census for 1867 25C
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