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Major midwest coin show this coming weekend.

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Who's going to the big Central States Numismatic Society show this weekend? It's at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont IL, right next to Chicago's O'Hare airport, and just off the I-294 Tri-State Highway.


Schedule of Events



List of dealers & exhibitors.



Three TPGs will also have booths: ANACS, NGC and PCGS.








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I hope it's well attended. It seems like Chicagoland is saturated with coin shows this summer.
Thanks to the inconsiderate ANA, Chicago will be saturated with coin shows for at least the next 4-5 years.
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Don't forget about the special deals NGC will be offering at the show!




NGC Offers New Silver Dollar On-Site Grading Tier at Central StatesPosted on 4/25/2011 New Silver Dollar On-Site Grading Tier for Morgan and Peace Dollars.


NGC is introducing the new Silver Dollar on-site grading tier at PNG Day and Central States, Wednesday, April 27 to Friday, April 29, 201.


Silver Dollar Tier $30 per coin

Morgan and Peace Dollars valued at $500 and under (5-coin minimum).

Coins must be in flips.



In addition, to the new Silver Dollar tier, NGC will offer on-site grading and encapsulation of US coins*. NGC will be at booth 107. Please read below for complete details on the services offered during the show. Check with NGC Customer Service for daily submission cut-off times.


NGC will be offering NGC Details Grading for coins that exhibit detrimental surface conditions. This service is provided automatically and at no additional charge for all on-site grading submissions. Submitters can request to opt out of this service if they prefer to have such coins returned ungraded.


All coins certified or reholdered by NGC at shows receive the Scratch-Resistant EdgeView® Holder.


Gold Special $50 per coin

Gold coins valued at $3,000 and under (5-coin minimum).



Value WalkThrough $65 per coin

Coins valued at $1,500 and under.



WalkThrough $100 per coin

Coins valued from $1,501 to $100,000.



Expedite WalkThrough $150 per coin

Guaranteed four-hour turnaround, coins valued at $100,000 and under.

Coins are returned within four hours or regular show pricing applies.



High-Value WalkThrough $200 per coin

Four-hour turnaround, coins valued from $100,001 to $500,000.



Unlimited Value WalkThrough $500 per coin

Four-hour turnaround, coins valued above $500,000.



Show ReHolder $10 per coin

A coin in a scratched, chipped or older-generation NGC holder is placed in a new Scratch-Resistant EdgeView Holder.



NCS CrossOver $10 per coin

A coin in an NCS holder is NGC Details Graded.



Questions should be directed to NGC customer service at service@NGCcoin.com or 1-800-NGC-COIN (642-2646).


Most coins submitted for on-site grading are returned within 24 to 48 hours, except for expedited services, which are completed within four hours.


NGC Show Representatives will also be accepting submissions for all service levels to be sent to our office in Sarasota, Fla. These include 5-ounce coins, World services, Ancient Coin Services, Early Bird, Economy, Bulk, Special Designations, PHOTO PROOF® and more!


Special Note: Due to the special handling required, NGC does not accept submissions of the following coins at this show for on-site grading or regular service submissions to be returned to the NGC offices: 20th Anniversary Eagles, Early Releases, American Liberty Series, 10th Anniversary Platinum Sets. These submissions must be sent directly to Sarasota, Fla., by the submitter.


Visit our table for answers to any questions about the services offered by NGC. Please remember that NGC does not provide opinions or free evaluations of coins at trade shows.


*Does not include 5-ounce coins.



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