PCGS Newsletter News
January 13, 2015 | Vol 15 Issue 1

New PCGS Set Registry® Feature Finds Coins Instantly For Users

"Collecting is competitive... and searching every conceivable venue for the coin you need before someone else finds it can be time consuming and hit-or-miss. The PCGS Shop Button is here to solve the searching problem by simultaneously exploring nearly all listings for the coins you need," explained PCGS President, Don Willis. This free service is available to all members of the PCGS Set Registry (also free). PCGS Set Registry Members can try it out now by clicking the shop button.


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At last week’s FUN show we held a PCGS Registry luncheon. At that luncheon, I announced and demonstrated a product that we have been working on for several months. PCGS has built a ’Value-added Aggregator.’ What’s that? Well, it is a system that will allow any PCGS Registry participant to view all PCGS coins offered online in the US in one easy step. Every coin listed provides a link back to the selling site. It’s free to everyone who uses the Set Registry and very easy to use. Check it out at www.pcgs.com/setregistry.

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PCGS Offers Special Long Beach First Strike® Labels For U.S. Marshals Service Coins

The United States Mint will be selling the U.S. Marshal’s clad half dollar, silver dollar and gold $5 commemorative coins at the Long Beach Expo in two weeks. PCGS has created a special commemorative insert First Strike® label for the U.S. Marshals Service 225th Anniversary commemorative coins.


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The Pre-Long Beach Auction
Goldberg’s Pre-Long Beach Auction takes place January 25-28, 2015. Make sure to visit the Goldberg Coins web site for more details. View the online catalog and place your bids today!


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Legend Rare Coin Auctions to Auction the Coronet Collection of Morgan Dollars in 2015

Morgan Silver Dollar collectors are the fiercest competitors in the PCGS Set Registry. Amidst all that competition, The Coronet Collection has risen to the top as the number one current finest Date Set and Basic Set, filled with "wow" coins, many with spectacular color, eye appeal, superior strikes, and unbelievable quality.


Let’s Go Shopping!

It’s now easier than ever to find coins to complete your sets. PCGS Shop will save hours of searching for coins online by putting results from all over the web in a single dashboard. Download the 8-Step Guide on how to use the revolutionary PCGS Shop Button. We’ll walk you through the process so you can do your own searches quickly and easily.


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