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Hello, I'm a new member with a question

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Hello! I've just joined, and plan to make my first submission soon. My question is how to value certain coins in terms of the tier price to be charged for the grading service. Particularly, I have a gorgeous 1881-0 Morgan which is clearly a DMPL, but I think it may be in your guys' terms, a "liner", as I think it clearly should be a 64, but you may give it a 63. According to the PCGS values site, a 63 is valued at $250, and a 64 is valued at $1,350. What tier would I choose for the coin in this case, as I may also have this issue with many of my other submissions?

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Hi and welcome. We recommend that you value the coins at what you paid for them. Valuation is mostly for insurance purposes and if the coin grades much better the value is adjusted up.


Jay Turner

NGC Grader and Attributor

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