PCGS 30 Morgan Dollars in 30 Days coin giveaway

Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) is turning 30, and as part of the celebration PCGS will be giving away 30 Morgan silver dollars over 30 days.

“It’s easy and free to enter online, and 30 people will win Mint State examples of one of America’s most popular coin series, the Morgan dollar,” said PCGS President Don Willis.

Entries will be accepted at www.pcgs.com/30morgans starting at 9 a.m. Pacific/Noon Eastern time on February 3, 2016, the anniversary date of the company’s founding in 1986. The deadline for submitting entries will be 4 p.m. Pacific/7 p.m. Eastern on March 3.

At the end of the entry period, 30 winners will be selected at random. Each winner will receive a Mint State U.S. Morgan dollar graded and encapsulated under the PCGS Secure Service.

The Morgan dollars are provided courtesy of L&C Coins, the sweepstakes sponsor, and each one is labeled with a special designation as 1 of 30 from the sweepstakes. The full 30 Morgans in 30 Days rules can be found at www.PCGS.com/30morgans/rules.

PCGS 30th Anniversary logo

“PCGS experts have examined, authenticated and graded over 19 million Mint State Morgan dollars since the company’s launch. Now we’ll give away 30 of those historic coins to celebrate our 30th anniversary,” said PCGS Co-Founder David Hall, President of PCGS’s parent company, Collectors Universe, Inc. (NASDAQ: CLCT).

Since its founding in 1986, Professional Coin Grading Service has become the industry standard in third-party certification. With offices in California, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Paris, PCGS experts have certified over 31 million coins with a total market value of over 29 billion dollars.

For additional information about PCGS products and services, call 1-800-447-8848 or email [email protected].


  1. I would like to win and experience the joy of collecting coins. This will be a very nice coin to have to get me started. Thanks.

  2. I always enjoyed them morgans. I remember my first morg. Its an 1890-0. My parents got me started back in 1976. I remember. It was big deal, year of the bycentenial. I was just a kid then. I hope i win one of those morg’s…


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