2023 PCGS Currency Grading Cost & Collector Services

Introducing the game-changer for currency collectors - the 2023 PCGS Currency Grading Cost & Collector Services.

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Submission Types and Services

PCGS offers a range of submission types and services to meet your currency grading needs. Whether you have banknotes, PDFs, or coins, we have you covered. Our fees are competitive and transparent, ensuring you know exactly what to expect. Our pricing is based on the value of your item, so you can trust that you're getting a fair assessment. Our experts carefully examine both the obverse and reverse of your currency, checking for any signs of counterfeiting or errors.
We also offer specialized services like first day of issue and vintage grading. With our advanced technology and expertise, you can trust PCGS to provide accurate and reliable grading services for your currency.

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PCGS Banknote Grading Standards and Guarantee

PCGS Banknote Grading Standards and Guarantee ensures that your banknotes are assessed and certified according to the highest industry standards. Our team of experts thoroughly examines each note, evaluating its condition, authenticity, and any potential defects. With our comprehensive grading system, you can confidently buy, sell, or collect banknotes, knowing their true value. We offer competitive pricing for our grading services, and our fee schedule can be found in our PDF brochure. Whether it's a vintage United States banknote or a G8 error note from the United Kingdom, PCGS guarantees accurate grading and provides a secure holder for long-term preservation.
Trust PCGS for reliable and trusted banknote grading services.

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Banknote Error Designations

An image of a banknote with an error design.

Error Designation Description
Major Error A significant printing or production error that is readily noticeable to the naked eye.
Minor Error A small printing or production error that may require magnification to be noticed.
Misalignment When the printing on the banknote is not properly aligned with the borders or other elements.
Overprint Error An error in the overprint, such as incorrect color or misplacement.
Ink Smear An area where ink has smeared or spread during the printing process.
Inverted Reverse The reverse side of the banknote is printed upside down in relation to the obverse side.

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