At the American Numismatic Association’s National Money Show in Dallas, CoinWeek Editor Charles Morgan submitted a box of certified world coins to WINGS, to determine whether the coins are solid or premium for the grade.

Coins Submitted in this video: two beautifully toned East German commemorative coins, a rare West German 2 Pfennig Proof, a gem 17th century Hungarian silver coin, a modern Italian 20 lire with vivid bullseye toning, a 16th century Polish 3 groshen, a low mintage 1978 Tonga 2 Pa’Anga in Proof 70, and several F.A.O. coins.

WINGS-certified world coins have been shown to bring premiums similar to CAC at auction.

In this informative video, WINGS founder Lance Tchor sits down with Charles and goes over the results.

Learn about planchet flaws, copper spotting, tick marks, and other subtle features that hide on coins and limit eye appeal.

To find out how well Charles did, you’ll have to watch the video!

 


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