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Joseph Alonso

I received a box of certify coins all by the AACGS are they realplease let me know

6 months ago

More information will need to be known, the coin is the coin is the coin. PCGS and NGC are 99.999% correct, but even they are wrong. 

6 months ago

AACGS is just equal to a person slabbing a coin themselves, it's not a real TPG as in it doesn't take in submissions.

6 months ago

AACGS is a first-party seller that routinely overgrades coins. I got a walking liberty half dollar from a pawn shop graded AACGS XF-40 that was obviously only a VF. Never trust the grades on their coins.

4 months ago

Well you got me. At least you heard of them. We're are they from?

4 months ago

Seriously?  There are two top TPGs with a third somewhere below them.  I strongly advise you to read the Red Book's comments on TPGs.  I am with Mike B, and BNN on this one.  Never heard of them and if they don't accept coins to be sent in for grading, well, are they then a real TPG?  Consider the resell value of a coin from a TPG no one has ever heard of also.  I'm just saying!

4 months ago

EBAY only allows NGC, PCGS, ANACS, and ICG coins to be promoted as such on their site.  All those other so-called graders like SEGS, etc. are not to be trusted and should be thought of as raw for the purposes of purchasing.  In other words don't believe the grade on their slab, believe your own grading assessment and purchase at that level. 

4 months ago
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