30 coins from the award-winning High Desert type set were on display to rave reviews.
The collection is ranked #1 in the PCGS Set Registry and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2011.
New York dealer, Scott Travers, is the agent for the High Desert collection and was instrumental in arranging the display.
Gayle, from the PCGS Set Registry, displays the High Desert collection at the show.
Gayle Kean discusses the collection with interested visitors.
The program included Set Registry awards, CoinFacts Hall of Fame inductions, and the announcement of CoinFacts Mobile.
Numismatic researcher and writer, John Dannreuther, introduces, PCGS CoinFacts Coin Dealer Hall of Fame inductee, David Akers.
HOF inductee, David W. Akers, addressing the PCGS Set Registry luncheon. Photo by Donn Pearlman.
John congratulates David, a fellow researcher and writer.
Dave Bowers, last year's inductee into the PCGS CoinFacts Coin Dealer Hall of Fame, introduces Harvey G. Stack.
PCGS CoinFacts Coin Dealer Hall of Fame inductee, Harvey G. Stack, speaking at the PCGS Set Registry luncheon. Photo by Donn Pearlman.
Dave congratulates his friend and fellow numimatist, Harvey.
David Hall introduces silver dollar expert, John Love, who is inducted into the PCGS CoinFacts Coin Dealer Hall of Fame.
Left to right: David Hall, Q. David Bowers, John Dannreuther, David Akers, John Love and Harvey Stack at the PCGS Set Registry luncheon. (Photo credit: Donn Pearlman.)
Scott accepts the PCGS Set Registry Hall of Fame award for his client, High Desert.
Dealer Laura Sperber accepts the Hall of Fame award for Bob Simpson's Lincoln Cents Off-Metal Strikes set.
Stewart accepts a Best Classic Set award for his Flying Eagle Cents.
Robert receives a Best Classic Set award for his Proof Liberty Seated Quarter set.
For his Gold Commemoratives, Paul accepts the Best Classic Set award.
Winning for his Saint Gaudens collection, Steve accepts his award.
Gerald accepts awards for his Buffalo Nickel and Walking Liberty Half Dollar collections.
Dale receives a Best Classic Set award for his Early Half Dollar collection.
Bob accepts an award for his Early Morgan Dollar collection.
Winning a Best Mint Set award for his 1795 set and an award for his Colonial Coin collection, Doug accepts his awards.
Winners of the Best German Set for their Proof German States 3 Mark Type Set, Larry and Steve accept their award.
For his Indian Cents, Michael accepts a Best Everyman Set award.
Don accepts the award for his Indian Head $2-1/2 gold set.
For his Prooflike Morgan Dollars, David accepts a Best Classic Set award.
The Shireman's receive their Best Classic Set award for their Barber Half Dollar collection.
A Best Modern Set winner, John accepts his award for his Lincoln Memorial cents.
Coin Dealer, Laura Sperber, is also a collector and won a Best Classic Set award for her Proof Three Cent Silvers.
A Best Palestine Mandate award goes to Gary for his Complete Palestine set.
For his Circulation Strike and Proof Liberty Nickel collection, Kurt picks up a Best New Set award.
PCGS President, Don Willis, introduces CoinFacts Mobile.
It's a great way to access CoinFacts right from your phone.
PCGS was proud to sponser a large exhibit furnished by collectors around the world.
PCGS contributes to the ANA Museum exhibit.
Part of the exhibit.
The PCGS-graded 1793 Large Cent is part of the exhibit.
David provides his expert grading opinion at the show.