Our top houses are almost always the most forthcoming about the quality of coins in bottom-tier holders. Some houses, however, continue to violate numismatic rules.
The example below cites PCGS retail prices for a 1903 Morgan dollar worth about $130 … and only if not cleaned, which this example just might be. The auctioneer cites a ridiculous $3,600 price.
Here is how top-house Jewelry Exchange handles the same situation, noting it cannot guarantee the grade because of the holdering company’s grades may not meet industry standards.
Several of our top-ranked houses treat bottom-tier and self-slabbed coins in the same manner, earning our trust.
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Thanks for noticing, Michael! We appreciate all you do for the numismatic community!
Thank you, David. Yours is one of my favorite auctions because of your accurate descriptions and quality consignments. Happy holidays!