Set Registry Coordinator, Gayle Kean, holds one of the large sized medals from the Numismatic Americana Reference Collection.
Dealer William Shamhart is the owner of the N.A.R.C. collection of U.S. Assay Medals. The medals are beautifully designed and many are large sized.
Gayle Kean holds one of the worst coins ever graded!
Collector Mike Hoyman has spent several years tracking down the lowest graded coins for his Low Ball Morgan dollar collection. It was a big hit at the show!
Always popular with PCGS Set Registry members, Collectors Club members and Authorized Dealers, this year's event was attended by 160 guests.
PCGS President Don Willis tells the audience about exciting new developments at PCGS. (Photo by Donn Pearlman)
PCGS CoinFacts President Ron Guth announces the selection of century-ago dealer Edgar Adams as one of the three 2014 inductees into PCGS CoinFacts Coin Dealer Hall of Fame. (Photo by Donn Pearlman)
The great Q. Dave Bowers speaks about his former business partner and 2014 PCGS CoinFacts Coin Dealer Hall of Fame inductee James Ruddy.
David Hall, Steve Ivy and Kevin Lipton after Steve Ivy’s Induction into the PCGS CoinFacts Coin Dealer Hall of Fame.
Dr. Charles Link is a PCGS Set Registry Hall of Fame inductee and a multi-gold award winner.
Dr. Lawrence Brown wins a PCGS Set Registry Best Modern Set Award.
Dr. William Crawford is a best Classic Set Award Winner.
Craig Eberhart wins a Best Exhibited Set award.
Steve Huber and Larry Gray win two awards for Best German Sets.
A Best Classic Set award goes to Richard Meaney.
Another Best Modern Set award winner is collector Ray Overby.
David Rowbotham takes home a Best Classic Set award.
J.W. Rubin is a Best Classic Set award winner.
Kenneth Seymore wins a Best Colonials, Private Issues & Territorial Gold and Patterns award.
Barry Sunshine wins a Best Classic Set award.
Liz Coggan, a PCGS Authorized Dealer, is the recipient of the PCGS Innovator Award.