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PCGS Newsletter
January 24, 2017
 
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In this issue:
 
  $10 Million Coin Makes First Public West Coast Appearance
 
  Set Building vs. Arbitrary Collecting
 
  What’s That Letter "P" Doing on My Cent?
 
  Why Are Classic U.S. Silver Commemoratives So Cheap?
 
  Survey: Lady Liberty will be depicted as a woman of color for the first time with the release of the 2017 American Liberty 225th Anniversary Gold Coin. Will you add the coin to your collection?
 
 
 
$10 Million Coin Makes First Public West Coast Appearance

From February 16-18, 2017, the Long Beach Expo will boast the hobby’s first $10 million coin on display, along with gold coin giveaways, educational opportunities for collectors, and as always, fun activities for kids.

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1906 1C-50C PCGS PR65-67 Proof Set

Not many matched original Proof sets can be found anymore. Of the 675 sets possibly minted, it is doubtful even 50 are still together or even close to GEM. Matched original proof sets are the "last frontier of numismatics." View this set and more from Round III from the F.U.N. Show.

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Set Building vs. Arbitrary Collecting
by BJ Searls

Should you aim at set building, or merely collecting coins sporadically? When you consider that one option keeps you on track, builds coin grading acumen and provides an attainable goal, the answer becomes simple.

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What’s That Letter "P" Doing on My Cent?
by Mike Sherman

The Philadelphia Mint turns 225 this year, and to celebrate its history a "P" will be placed on Lincoln Cents for the first time. Here’s a look back at the revered cent and what led to its unprecedented "P" mintmark, which may never return after 2017.

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Final Days to Bid in Legend Auctions’ Regency XX Auction

PCGS President Don Willis walks you through the highlights of the Regency XX Auction from Legend Rare Coin Auctions. The auction closes this week on Thursday, January 26, 2017.

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Why Are Classic U.S. Silver Commemoratives So Cheap?
by Ron Guth

Though collectors continue to buy classic U.S. commemoratives, the current trend shows a decline in interest compared to the last three decades. So is it time to revisit this series? According to the numbers, yes.

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Lady Liberty will be depicted as a woman of color for the first time with the release of the 2017 American Liberty 225th Anniversary Gold Coin. Will you add the coin to your collection?
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Last issue's winner of a PCGS Polo Shirt: Debra Hubert
 
 
 
 
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