PCGS has another great ANA show. PCGS's top-notch customer service team was on hand to help customers. At the booth were two fabulous displays, and the Set Registry luncheon and awards ceremony was well attended.
The show featured the PCGS Coin Grading Contest and the Collectibles Exhibit area with displays of the Gerald Forsythe and High Desert showdown of Walking Liberty Half dollars as well as examples from the Black Swamp Find of 1910 E-98 baseball cards.
Dr. Peter K. Shireman holds one of the highlights of his PCGS Set Registry award-winning Barber half dollar collection, the MS68 1906-S, at the display of his collection during the ANA National Money Show. (Photo by D. Pearlman.)
PCGS displays selections from the High Desert type set and hosts a luncheon. PCGS Set Registry members receive awards and David Akers, John Love and Harvey G. Stack are inducted into the PCGS CoinFacts Coin Dealer Hall of Fame.
ANA Executive Director Larry Shepherd gets a "personal guided tour" from PCGS President Don Willis of the fabulous Tom Bender collection of proof $3 gold coins displayed at the PCGS booth on Thursday, March 17, 2011. (Photo credit: D. Pearlman.)
Professional Coin Grading Service President, Ron Guth, holds one of the counterfeit Chinese coin dies displayed by PCGS in an educational exhibit at the September 2008 Long Beach Expo. Photo credit: D. Pearlman
Ash Harrison, President of the Society of Silver Dollar Collectors, holds the 1880-O $1 MS-60DMPL, which completed the first-ever grading set of "Hot Lips" Morgan dollars. Ash's set was exhibited by PCGS Long Beach Expo. Photo credit: D. Pearlman