of your order.
There's no minimum!
If PCGS certifies or grades the coin, you can have it photographed using TrueView.
Professional Photography for your
PCGS Certified Coins
Given the high-resolution quality of TrueView images, you can upload your digital files to any of the many online printing companies, like Snapfish, Costco, Shutterfly or Mpix to create wall art, cell phone cases, business cards, photo books, personal photo albums, or photos for documentation purposes. The options are quite limitless – how will you turn your coins into works of art?
The cost of TrueView is a $10 flat rate per coin. To order, simply check the TrueView box on the PCGS Standard or Restoration submission form on the line of the coin you would like photographed.
Remember, TrueView Photography is included at no additional cost on all PCGS Gold Shield™ Submissions .
Your order is sent via email. You will receive one email for each coin you submit for TrueView photography and that email will contain a link to the coin's images on the PCGS website.
The image page displays your coin in various sizes, backgrounds and formats:
550x278 (Medium), 1100x556 (large), 2200x1112 (Extra Large),
5757x2905(Maximum 1) & 5748x2875 (Maximum 2)
|Backgrounds:||TrueView watermark and transparent|
|Formats:||.JPG and .PNG|
|Here's an example:||http://images.pcgs.com/trueview/29402446|
If your submission order features grading (Standard, Secure, Crossover, etc.), then the email will be sent out once the coin has shipped.
If the order is a simple reholder, then you will get the email soon after the coin is photographed.
Contact the TrueView Photography Department
Do you have questions about the process or specific requests for the photography of your coins? Contact us to discuss your order.
Email: [email protected]
For example, interested in a black and white cameo contrast shot for a proof versus illuminating the colors of the fields in a proof? We can do that for you.
Email us today to submit your request. Please include your submission and customer number in your email.