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PCGS Weekly Update June 11, 2024

Recent Price Guide Updates

CoinFacts Narrative Update

In 2024, the U.S. Mint offered six different Commemorative coins honoring Hariet Tubman. The Harriet Tubman Commemorative coins were issued by the U.S. Mint in a Clad Half Dollar, Silver $1 and Gold $5 denominations and each coin was struck in Uncirculated and Proof format. Read more.

PCGS Set Registry Update

On July 13, 1985, a benefit concert known as Live Aid was held to raise funds for famine relief in Ethiopia. Two transatlantic concerts were held at Wembley Stadium in London, England, and JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. At 2:00 p.m. in Wembley Stadium, Queen took the stage and gave one of rock music’s most electric performances for 21 minutes in front of 72,000 people, including Prince Charles and Princess Diana. Next up was David Bowie, who performed a few of his iconic songs. The band that followed David Bowie was The Who at 3:00 p.m. The Who is featured as one of the artists showcased in the 2021 Music Legends Collection. Once they had finished with their set, Elton John took the stage and started his splendid performance with the song “I’m Still Standing,” and his third song was “Rocket Man."

PCGS has recently listed a set titled British Elizabeth II Silver 10 Pound Music Legends Collection 5 Oz. Colorized Set, Proof (2020) for collectors to consider building. What are the odds that they would end up on the first release of the Music Legends Collection of 2020 together? Incalculable. What these artists will always be remembered for is their touching music.

Additional sets from various countries have been added, so please feel free to browse the PCGS Set Registry when you have a chance and you may find there is a set for almost anyone to build. The PCGS Set Registry offers many different sets from all over the world and specialty sets for advanced collectors. We appreciate your continued patronage, all the best in building your sets, and Happy Collecting, folks!