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Coin grading

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I have a lot of coins that I would like graded and certified. Can I bring them in to a place. I don’t feel comfortable sending them in. 

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Dear Woodyard,

Thank you.  All coins would need to be mailed to us.  Registered mail is a good way to ship as they will insure up to $25,000 per package.  It is slower, but, more secure.

In order to submit directly yourself, you would need to upgrade your free membership a paid member of ours with at least the Associate Membership level.  Once you have done that you will then have access to our submission forms that you will need to fill out and send with your coins.

The following link will show you our services and fees


 Thank you,


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I have an NGC graded MS63 1887 Morgan silver dollar. The problem is the information on the encapsulated case states the coin is an 1887 San Francisco mint but the coin is a Philadelphia mint. I purchased the coin as a San Francisco mint from a highly respected on-line broker. What actions do I need to remedy the situation?

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