HAS PCGS HAVE A PRICE LIST FOR THESE SETS? ALSO DOES PCGS GRADE THESE?
WHY ARE YOU YELLING. The PCGS price guide is for PCGS graded coins, so obviously there will not be any information in the PCGS price guide for uncertified coins. And yes if you send the coins to PCGS they will grade them and return each coin in its own individual PCGS holder with a grade. However, these coins were not given any special handling at the mint, so your chances of getting high enough grades to cover your cost to submit each coin is not that good.
He's not yelling. He forgot to turn off his caps lock. 😉
Disclaimer: I'm not a dealer, trader, grader, investor or professional numismatist. I'm just a hobbyist. (To protect me but mostly you! 🤣 )
The suvenir sets, was assembly from selectioned coins. No grader will took this in consideration. Will be grad according with the state of the coins.
Written in Majuscule do not mean yelling. I do not know from what ( idiot) come this thing and spred like the butter. Manny times I address particulary to one member starting with his or her name in majuscule. Is not yelling, it is just to show that response in mainly address to x or Y person. Wrong perception.
NEVER ARGUE WITH AN IDIOT.FIRST THEY WILL DRAG YOU DOWN TO THEIR LEVEL.THEN, THEY WILL BEAT YOU WITH EXPERIENCE. MARK TWAIN
Right perception, All caps means yelling as it has for longer than I care to remember.
sorry about that Thanks for the comments.
I cannot speak for the quality of the coins in 1982 and 1983 Souvenir Sets, but when I visited the Denver Mint’s Mint Set packaging rooms in 1981 they were cleaning the coins first using, among other things, a cement mixer.
Love these sets & thought I had a REALLY nice 83P quarter - hosts tagged it a 64. Don't have the picture but sure looked better.
Lesson? Keep on pushin' and buy a graded specimen as most are not really "there".
I submitted a 1982 set ATC and they fell between 64 and 66.
Thanks for all the comments