"Problem" coins... to grade or not to grade and where?
So still sorting thru this massive collection and really learning a lot. It's been enjoyable as well as educational. I think what I've learned most is that I basically have everything yet to learn when it comes to world coinage.
So I've just pulled a couple examples of what I've come to ask.
1934 China Junk Dollar - long scratch on reverse right side
1793-L France 1 ECU - huge "gash" above wings on reverse
1908 Mexico 20 Centavos - gold looking discoloration, possibly from cleaning years ago
So while not super high $$, they are some better than average coins in this collection. Over 10k coins in 2x2s basically all dated before 1970 and many going back to the 1700-1800's. Of course, a ton of stuff with little to no value. I can work all of that over time. Is it really worth sending these type of coins in? I know there were many counterfeits of the Junk dollars but I'm sure this one is real.
And, if I'm to send for certification, do world coins to better with PCGS or NGC? I've never subbed anything other than US and have always used PCGS. US paper money I have used PMG.
As always, any advice is welcomed and appreciated.