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I guess ANACS started grading ancients again

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I think it's said that for a long time. Did it change?


The old ANACS website didn't say that. Here's what it said back in 2004 link


The old site says



"Regular issue, commemorative, and pattern U.S. coinage


A wide variety of foreign coins


An extensive range of error and variety coins


Problem (cleaned, corroded, damaged, and repaired) coins


Hard Time and Civil War Tokens and So-Called Dollars"


The news site says



"Regular issue U.S. coinage, commemoratives, and patterns


A wide variety of world coins: most coins from 1600 to present


The widest range of error and variety coins of any grading service


Problem coins (cleaned, corroded, damaged, repaired, etc.) are given a detail grade with the major problem listed


Hard Time and Civil War Tokens and So-Called Dollars


A selection of ancient Roman coins"

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