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August 20, 2019:
 
•  Discovering Numismatic History from a Netflix Documentary
 
•  Scarce and Affordable Low-Mintage Gold Rarity
 
•  Revival of the Olympic Games
 
•  Survey: Which PCGS Coin Grading video would you like to see next?
 
 
 
Past Survey Winner: Luke Cannon
eZine winner is chosen at random. Winner will receive a free PCGS gift. Make sure to take the survey or pop quiz each week for your chance to win!
 
 
 
Discovering Numismatic History from a Netflix Documentary
Jay Turner

Sleepless nights skimming through Netflix documentaries can lead to some enticing finds. For instance, an influential Polish artist whose paintings and sculptures played a vital role in the Chicago Renaissance. Read the story on the coin he designed.

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Scarce and Affordable Low-Mintage Rarity
Steve Feltner

A typical day of sorting through newly purchased coins at a brick-and-mortar coin shop leads to a rare find of a low-mintage coin that is surprisingly affordable to own.

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Revival of the Olympic Games
Dylan Dominguez

Based on traditional competition in ancient Greece around 700BC, the modern Olympic Games, as we know them to be, began in April 1896. See two Gold medals from 1870 and 1875 that have recently been graded by PCGS.

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Difficult to Grade Coins Part 2

Director of Numismatics Mike Sherman takes you through U.S. coins ranging from Early Copper to Indian Head Quarter Eagles. Part 2 of this series includes: pre-1925 Standing Liberty Quarters, Mint State Capped Bust Halves, Type 2 Gold Dollars, and Indian Head Quarter and Half Eagles. Learn what elements and overall wear make these coins difficult or tricky to grade.

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Which PCGS Coin Grading video would you like to see next?
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  • Counterfeit Coin Detection: Copper
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