The London Coin Company are an official PCGS Authorised Dealer for the UK and Europe and offer Dealers and Collectors the opportunity to get their Coins and Banknotes Certified and Graded.
PCGS COINS CERTIFIED AS OF 08/05/2019
Next PCGS Grading Sessions For 2019
- 30th September - 5th October 2019
(Coins and Banknotes can be sent from the 2nd September and to be received by us no later than the 25th September for them to be included)
- 18th - 23rd November 2019
(Coins and Banknotes can be sent from the 21st October to be received by us no later than the 13th November for them to be included)
Download Coin Grading Submission Form
Download Banknote Gold Shield Grading Submission Form
For collectors or dealers looking to grade quantities of 100+ of the same coin or banknote please contact us directly on email email@example.com or call us on +44 (0)20 8343 2231 to discuss further.
| How to Submit Coins / Banknotes For Grading:
Once you have decided which coins and/or banknotes you would like to get Certified Slabbed and Graded, you should fill out the Coin Grading Submission Form or Banknote Gold Shield Grading Submission Form and send the coins/banknotes with the completed and signed Submission Form to the address below to be received by us no later than the dates mentioned above for them to be included.
P. O. Box 495
Tel: +44 (0)208 343 2231
Once received they will be checked by our Submission Team and an invoice will be sent for payment to the email address you have provided on the PCGS Coin Submission Form or Gold Shield Banknote Grading Submission Form.
The coins/banknotes will then be submitted for Grading and will be returned to the client upon receipt of cleared payment and once the coins/banknotes have been Certified and Graded which normally takes 2-3 weeks after the Grading Week for coins and 5-6 weeks for Banknotes.
| PCGS Authorised Dealer Details:
To confirm we are an official PCGS Authorised dealer - Click Here To Verify Our Company on the PCGS Website
| PCGS – The Global Standard for Rare Coin Grading
The London Coin Company are proud to represent PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service) in the United Kingdom and Europe as this will be the future path for coin collecting globally.
We decided to work with PCGS as their reputation precedes them and being one of the main impartial global Certification, Slabbing and Grading companies in the world our partnership will change the face of coin collecting forever.
Why have we chosen an American company rather than a British one?
The main reason is that PCGS is the most respected of all the Coin Grading Companies in the world and is truly impartial, unlike some of their counterparts and this is normally shown by prices of coins being realised.
If the same coins are graded by different companies with the same grade PCGS coins will normally always reach higher resale values than any other Coin Grading Company in the world so it is a must to consider for any coin collector or dealer.
With record high precious metal prices how do you know your coin is genuine or the condition of your coin, this is the perfect way to give you peace of mind and to know your coin(s) are genuine and their grade and protected for the future.
Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) is the most respected name in third-party coin certification. By establishing a universal grading standard, PCGS has paved the way for coin enthusiasts to enjoy buying and selling coins with confidence and have Certified and Graded over 38,200,000 coins worldwide.
The advent of the third-party appraisal of a coin's physical condition (which is the basis of its grade), backed by the PCGS Guarantee and our network of reputable Authorized Dealers, provides a dependable form of protection for rare coin collectors. Our respected grading standard has enabled PCGS-Graded coins to realize record prices in the marketplace. When experienced collectors buy coins, they often buy them certified by the name they trust – PCGS.
In addition to standardized grading, PCGS offers a guarantee of grading accuracy and authenticity for each coin we encapsulate. With decades of combined experience, PCGS graders are selected from an elite group of world-class numismatic experts – some of the most respected and admired in the rare coin industry. As we receive submissions, each coin goes through a step-by-step grading process which ensures the utmost care and consideration of your prized numismatic investment. Our experts handle each coin as if it were part of their own collection.
| PCGS – The Global Standard for Rare Coin Grading
PCGS being one of two main impartial Numismatic Grading Services in the world, is a guarantee that the coin is genuine and has been graded accurately and professionally.
The sonically sealed high-security solid plastic case is individually numbered so that the details of the coin(s) can be verified on a central database and these cases are also tamperproof.
In addition, the coin is protected from handling and retains the coin(s) condition and finish long term if looked after, which can be detrimental to the value once sold.
With PCGS Grading behind your coins, you are guaranteed a level of impartiality, grading accuracy and authenticity that was previously unavailable, and only the leader in third-party grading can provide.
| New PCGS State Of The Art Holder:
A Better Weld for Improved Durability
The PCGS holder features reformulated plastic and a new design that creates a much stronger weld. The result is a holder that is more difficult to chip, holds up better to drops, and more readily reveals tampering.
Get Behind the Gold Shield
Look Closely - this is no ordinary shield. For PCGS Secure™ submissions, microtext makes the PCGS Gold Shield uniquely secure.
Verify Authenticity on the Go
Scan the Quick Response code using your mobile device to verify authenticity on PCGS Cert Verification.
Special Features Include
| PCGS Jumbo Holders For Large Sized Coins:
| PCGS Coin Certificate Verification:
You can verify the grade and authenticity of a PCGS Certified Coin by simply clicking the link below and entering the certification number (Cert number is normally the digits after "/" which is unique to the coin or set). The information includes the date, mintmark, denomination, variety and grade. Click Here to Verify
You can view the PCGS Price Guide by clicking the one of the link's below, the guide prices apply to PCGS Graded Coins for the United States and China.
Coins that do not meet the PCGS grading standards may be worthless and in some cases substantially less, than the prices listed here.
China Price Guide
United States Price Guide
The PCGS Set Registry was launched in 2001 and is a place for collectors of PCGS Graded Coins to create sets of the coins they collect and compare them with other collectors of PCGS Graded Coins from around the world.
Once the collector has created a set and added the certificate numbers of the coins for that particular set, you will now be able to see how your set compares with other collectors globally.
To help collectors locate PCGS Graded Coins faster and easier online and upgrade their collections or add missing coins from a particular set, PCGS have launched a powerful new search tool PCGS Feature Finds which locates other PCGS Graded Coins on the internet, auctions, Ebay, Amazon or an in a fixed price e-commerce listing, giving you the opportunity to add any missing coins from your set or upgrade any coins in your set. (Look for the Shop Now Button)
Giving collectors an easier way of completing a collection and upgrading their sets and helping the collector create one of the finest collections in the world.
The PCGS Set Registry and PCGS Shop Button are a free service available to all members of the PCGS Set Registry, the hobby’s first online tool for organizing and analyzing your PCGS coin collection.
To start your free PCGS Set Registry Account and access the Shop Button Click Here
More Information on PCGS Set Registry Click Here (Free Service)
More Information on PCGS Feature Finds Shop Now Button Click Here (Free Service)
| What is PCGS Coin Grading?
| PCGS Coin Grading Webinar
||Identifiable date and type
||Mostly worn, though some detail is visible
||Worn rims but most lettering is readable though worn
||Slightly worn rims, flat detail, peripheral lettering nearly full
||Rims complete with flat detail, peripheral lettering full
||Design worn with slight detail
||Design worn with slight detail, slightly clearer
||Some deeply recessed areas with detail, all lettering sharp
||Slightly more detail in the recessed areas, all lettering sharp
||Some definition of detail, all lettering full and sharp
||Slightly more definition in the detail and lettering
||Almost complete detail with flat areas
||Detail is complete but worn with high points flat
||Detail is complete with most high points slightly flat
||Detail is complete with some high points flat
||Detail is complete with a few high points flat. Superior eye appeal.
||Full detail with friction over most of the surface, slight flatness on high points
||Full detail with friction over most of the surface, very slight flatness on high points. Good eye appeal.
||Full detail with friction over 1/2 or more of surface, very slight flatness on high points
||Full detail with friction on only 1/2 of surface, extremely slight flatness on high points. Positive eye appeal.
||Full detail with friction on less than 1/2 surface, mainly on high points
||Full detail with slight friction on less than 1/2 of surface, on high points. Eye appeal is good.
||Full detail with only slight friction on the high points
||Full detail with the barest trace of friction on the highest points. Superior eye appeal.
||No wear. May have many heavy marks/hairlines, strike may not be full
||No wear. Multiple heavy marks/hairlines, strike may not be full
||No wear. Slightly less marks/hairlines, strike may not be full
||No wear. Still slightly above number of marks/hairlines, strike may not be full. Attractive eye appeal for grade.
||Moderate number/size marks/hairlines, strike may not be full
||Average number of marks/hairlines, strike will be close to average. Good eye appeal for grade.
||Few marks/hairlines or a couple of severe ones, strike should be average or above
||Very few marks/hairlines or a couple of heavier ones, strike should be average or above. Superior eye appeal.
||Minor marks/hairlines though none in focal areas, above average strike
||Very minor marks/hairlines though none in focal areas, above average strike and eye appeal
||Few minor marks/hairlines not in focal areas, good strike
||Very few minor marks/hairlines not in focal areas, very good strike with superior eye appeal
||Virtually as struck with minor imperfections, very well struck
||Virtually as struck with very minor imperfections, very well struck with attractive eye appeal
||Virtually as struck with slight imperfections, slightest weakness of strike allowed
||Virtually as struck with very slight imperfections, the strike must be virtually full. Eye appeal must be very good.
||Virtually as struck with minuscule imperfections, near full strike necessary
||As struck, with full strike