PCGS Tokens and Medals

Tokens and Medals should be submitted under Special Issues or Economy Special Issues service based on their declared values (not available for on-site grading). Certain tokens and medals may require additional research, and turnaround times can fluctuate based on the amount of research required. Before submitting tokens or medals to PCGS, please verify that each of the tokens or medals are listed below. We continually update this list, so please check back for frequent updates. For additional inquiries, please contact PCGS Customer Service at 800-447-8848 or email [email protected].

US Tokens and Medals

World Tokens and Medals

PCGS Certifies Chinese Medals

In order for PCGS to grade and encapsulate a modern Chinese medal, it must have been produced at one of the four official Mints of China (Nanjing, Shanghai, Shenyang, and Shenzhen Guabao). PCGS maintains a large record of official Chinese medals but we cannot guarantee attribution for all medals sent to us.

PCGS requires that all Chinese medals and tokens submitted be accompanied by a COA (Certificate of Authenticity). The COA needs to be issued by "The People's Bank of China" and include the following information: date struck or issued, diameter and metal content, Mint of origin, official mintage, Proof / MS designation. Your medal could be returned to you un-graded and designated as 96 (No Service) if you fail to include this information with your submission.

Examples of Chinese medals that are eligible for PCGS grading: