PCGS Submission Advice Request on My Washington Quarters.
Okay fellow collectors so I have been working on PCGS Washington Quarter sets for years. I have all the regular issues including the proofs complete. Most of the coins are high grade MS along with some AU on the variety coins. Over time I have picked up many coins to add to the various registry sets that are not in PCGS holders that need variety attribution noted. So I have 58 coins that I need to send into PCGS. Obviously I can't afford to do that large of a submission at once therefore I am looking for advice. Here is what I have ready to go: 58 coins total, 11 are in PCGS holders without attribution, 20 are NGC 6 with attribution and 14 without attribution, 6 ANACS 5 with attribution 1 without and 21 RAW coins all with varieties that are recognized by PCGS (if I am correct in my identification). Out of these 50 are silver and 8 are clad issues. In your opinion what would you do? Do I send in a various coins to complete some of the sets first? Do I send in the ones with the highest value first? Do I complete by decades or complete the clad issues first? Or do I send them in by groups based on who they are certified by? I would like to do about 10 coins per submission. Does PCGS ever offer any discount options to make this more affordable? I have never sent coins in to PCGS before and I want to get these coins submitted as economical as possible. Looking forward to hearing your advice.