Links to Other Numismatic Sites
American Numismatic Association
This site has all of the necessary background information on American Numismatics. The site has a rollover image of the legendary 1804 Bust Dollar.
Among other things, the site has a calender of events related to numismatics.
The United States Mint
The official website for the United States Mint. Here you can order mint sets and proof sets for the year.
They also have a complete catalog of products such as special medals and sets. You can also find literature on the 50
State Quarter program.
Bureau of Engraving and Printing
The largest producers of security documents in the United States. The BEP prints billions of Federal Reserve Notes
for delivery to the Federal Reserve System each year.
Professional Coin Grading Service
The homepage of the Professional Coin Grading Service or PCGS for short. PCGS
is the most widely accepted grading service. In addition, coins certified by PCGS have the highest value compared
to other grading services. PCGS accepts direct submissions from collectors.
Numismatic Guarantee Corporation
The Numismatic Guarantee Corporation or NGC, is another widely known grading service. It is thought to be the
number two company for coin grading. Unlike PCGS, you must go through a licensed NGC dealer to submit coins
PCI Coin Grading Service
Another grading service in the world of numismatics. This service is a bit different from the others however.
Although it doesn't rank among the highest services, it will certify cleaned coins, error coins, and damaged coins.
Other services will simply take your money and return your coin to you in plastic, affectionately called a "bodybag".
Coin Dealer Newsletter
Not so much a newsletter as it is a price guide. The CDN or Grey Sheet (due to it's color) is the industry standard
for pricing coins on a site-seen basis. The prices are meant for coins that have not been certified by a third-party.
The Grey Sheet's counterpart, the Blue Sheet is for certified coins.
In addition to being a published magazine, Coin World also has a website. The prices published in the magazine are referred
to as the "trends". This name is because although the prices are inflated, they will reflect a market shift before the
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