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December 15, 2015 | Vol 15 Issue 25
 
In This Issue
  • Article:
  • Where Are They Now? The Lord St. Oswald 1794 Half Cents
  • Video:
  • Miss Liberty in a Fright? The Pogue III Preview with QDB
  • Article:
  • PCGS Offers Numismatic Themed Gifts on Amazon.com
  • Video:
  • Grading Ultra-Modern Coins – Grading 102
  • Survey:
  • What Was Your Favorite PCGS-Related Story of 2015?
     
    Where Are They Now? The Lord St. Oswald 1794 Half Cents
    by Ron Guth

    In part V of his Lord St. Oswald ’Where Are They Now’ series, Ron Guth discusses the distinguishing characteristics and pedigrees of the two Half Cents sold in Christie’s 1992 auction.

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    1854 Gold Dollar Type I PCGS MS67

    All that glitters is gold! A great addition to any superb Gem Type or Gold Dollar set. If you have been following this series, you know how rare these are in MS65 and beyond. This one has full booming luster, satiny smooth surfaces with fantastic eye appeal.

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    PCGS Offers Numismatic Themed Gifts on Amazon.com

    Need a last second gift for the collector in your life? PCGS is offering collectors three numismatic themed gifts this holiday season, with a little help from online retailing giant Amazon.com.

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    Miss Liberty in a Fright? The Pogue III Preview with QDB

    Learn the fascinating review that the 1793 Flowing Hair Chain Cent received from its contemporaries, plus other numismatic jewels, as renowned numismatist Q. David Bowers reviews the top coins in the Pogue III Auction, set for February 9th, 2016.

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    Legend Auction’s Regency XV Closes This Week

    Amazing coins like this 1880-S Morgan Dollar PCGS MS65 lead the way with bidding in Legend Auctions’ December 17th Regency Auction XV at the Venetian, Las Vegas.

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    VIDEO: Grading Ultra-Modern Coins

    It’s a whole different ballgame when comparing the grading of Ultra-Modern coins to vintage and classic coins. PCGS Director of Education Mike Sherman explains what to look for when assessing MS & PR 68,69 and 70 grades for these modern releases.

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    • The D. Brent Pogue Collection
    • The new 5th Generation PCGS Holder
    • PCGS Digital Coin Albums in the Set Registry
    • The release of the Periodic Table of US Coins Poster
    • Release of Collectors.com for finding coins
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    Last issue's winner of a PCGS Polo Shirt: Gary Loveless

    NEW IMAGES: PCGS #7164 (MS) 1885-S $1 See All >
    NEW NARRATIVES: P. Scott Rubin wrote about 1722 ½ P Rosa Amer, VTILEDVLC See All >
    NEW CENSUS: Condition Census for 1926-S $20 See All >
     
     
     
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