Submissions were steady at the show. Also represented at the booth were Collectors Universe divisions CCE, CoinFacts and the Long Beach show.
The Leningrad Collection was on display. It is the finest andmost complete collection of 1854-1858 pattern and regular issue Flying Eagle cents.
PCGS also displayed the Manley Massachusetts Silver Shilling Design set. The set contains four amazing coins first struck by our forefathers in the 1600s.
BJ Searls, Set Registry Manager, and Registry team member, Gayle Kean at the PCGS booth.
Don, PCGS President, and Diana, PCGS Customer Service Representative, help customers at the PCGS booth.
David Hall, PCGS Founder and Collectors Universe President, discusses the art of collecting, prior to announcing the PCGS Set Registry award winners.
Cliff won two awards in PCGS for Best Australian and Best British sets. He also was awarded a PCGS Currency plaque for Best Low Ball set. Laura Kessler, Cliff Andrews and Jason Bradford.
Jimmy wins an award for his Peace dollar "Low Ball" set. The worst set in the Registry!
Dr. Brown receives the Best Proof Set award for his 1968-Present Proof Set.
Two Best Classic Set awards were presented to Dr. Duckor for his Barber Half Dollar and St. Gaudens sets.
Gerry receives a Best Classic Set award for his Liberty Seated Dime set.
For his Capped Bust Half Dollar set, Dale receives a Best Classic Set award.
Accepting a Best Low Ball set award for Dennis is Norris Turner. The set is a low-grade Carson City Morgan dollar collection.
Dr. Hesselgesser accepts his Best Classic Set award for his Early Dollars set.
For his collection of rainbow toned Morgan dollars, Doug receives the Best Exhibited Set award.
A Best Classic Set award goes to Don for his Indian Head $2-1/2 Gold set.
Dave Sunshine accepts the Best Colonials, Private Issues & Territorial Gold and Pattern Sets award on behalf of Robert for his California Fractional Gold Complete Collection, Period One.
Doug wins a Best Colonials, Private Issues & Territorial Gold and Pattern Sets award for his Early American Coins and Token Basic Design Set. He was also awarded for his $5 Large Size Design Set.
Martin wins a Best New Set award for his Large Cents Basic Set.
David is presented with a Best Classic Set award for this Prooflike Morgan Dollar collection.
For his 1943 Mint Set, Donn receives a Best Mint Set award.
Phil wins a Best Modern Set award for his Kennedy Half Dollars Basic set.
David surprises the audience by presenting an award to his wife, Denise, for her $10 Liberty gold set.
The luncheon culminates with a discussion of the new CoinFacts website by Ron Guth, CoinFacts President.
Ron Guth demonstrates the many new features of CoinFacts, an online encyclopedia.