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Does anyone have any information on DGS (Dominion Grading Service) coins? They used to be PCI. But David Lawrence bought them & changed the name. They're supposed to be very conservative in their grading. But, how do they compare to PCGS & NGC? Are they accepted by collectors? What are their values in comparison?

I completely understand the new pricing system. I like how we can now choose the certification service that graded our coins. The values are more real. After all, we know that some grading services reap better prices than others. So the values make so much more sense. The only problem I had is that I don't have any NTC coins, but I do have NNC coins. I simply listed them as NTC. I don't really figure the pricing for them would be that much different.
Also, my collection wasn't worth $200,000 like I thought (or wished...*s*). It was only worth about $125,000. Now with the certification services in place, it's still worth well over $100,000. I don't feel so bad now.
Keep up the good work ! I love this site !

What happened to the pricing here? My collection used to be worth over $200,000.00. Now it's only worth just over $9,000.00. For example...my 1963-D Franklin Half...MS 65...with Full Bell Lines...shows a value of only $1.35.
I've written Nostomania, but I was wondering if anyone had any idea of what has happened. I know the housing market took a hit. But I didn't realize coins took one too.
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