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PCGS Announces Coin Restoration Service


The world’s largest third coin grading company announced a new coin restoration service during the PCGS Luncheon at the Florida United Numismatists (FUN) Show in Orlando.

PCGS President Don Willis explained how the new coin restoration service will work, its fee structure, and what to expect and not expect when coins are submitted.

Willis explained that most other collectible items are conserved and restored such as paintings, cars, furniture and the like so it made sense that some coins might need restoration as well.

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About The Florida United Numismatists (FUN) Convention

The 58th annual Florida United Numismatists (FUN) coin convention was held in Orlando January 10-13, 2013. It featured the largest number of bourse tables ever assembled at a FUN convention with 614 dealer booths along with 223 cases of educational exhibits. There were 16 different educational lectures, the Hobo Nickel Association of carvers, a Young Numismatist Program and Scout Merit Badge seminar, Abraham Lincoln (Dennis Boggs) and Robert E. Lee on the bourse floor, Ray Dillard with a commemorative Elongated Cent, the Piedmont Gold Panners, Mike Bean and his Spider Press, a rare coin auction by Heritage, and all the major grading services accepting coins. FUN also chartered busses to bring members of the adjacent FUN coin clubs to the convention bringing additional coin collectors to the show. Attendance at this year’s convention was expected to top 10,000 people

58th Annual FUN Convention
Orange County Convention Center
9899 International Drive, Hall SB
Orlando, Florida 32819

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Certifying coins since 1986, Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) is a division of Collectors Universe, Inc. (NASDAQ: CLCT), a leader in third-party authentication and grading services for high-value collectibles including rare coins, trading cards, tickets, autographs, memorabilia, and stamps.

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  1. I have a 1788 Vermont copper that as never been cleaned-
    The coin is “dark-chocolate”, and the date is very “faint”-
    I’m considering having it “conserved”, to bring out the full features it has-
    Can you please give me an idea what it would cost to grade it as well, and pehaps an idea of what it may be worth-?
    Alan Cohen


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