PCGS at December 2012 Geneva Coin Show

PCGS at December 2012 Geneva Coin Show


The November 30, 2012 auction by Maison Palombo in Geneva, Switzerland will feature this Italian 1827 gold 80 Florins of Leopold II of Lorraine that is the finest graded of its kind, PCGS Secure Plus MS66+.

(Geneva, Switzerland) - Representatives from the Paris office of the Professional Coin Grading Service (www.PCGSEurope.com) will be attending the Bourse Numismatique Internationale Genevè 2012 coin show in Geneva, Switzerland on Saturday, December 1, 2012.

Collectors and dealers attending the show can learn how PCGS experts impartially authenticate and grade coins from more than 100 countries, why certification is important in establishing a coin's true value in the marketplace and how the PCGS Guarantee of Grade and Authenticity has made PCGS the world's standard for numismatic certification.

The international coin show will be presented by the Société Genevoise de Numismatique, and will be open to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Grand Hôtel Kempinski, 19 quai du Mont-Blanc, in Geneva.

Between 27 and 30 November there will be three public auction sales, and many of the coins have been certified by PCGS.


This Hungarian 1702 KB Kremnitz gold Ducat of Leopold I, graded PCGS Secure Plus Mint State 65, is one of the coins in the Maison Palombo auction in Geneva, Switzerland, November 30, 2012.

Highlights in the auction by Maison Palombo (www.maison-palombo-geneve.com) include the finest graded example of a Hungarian 1702 KB Kremnitz gold Ducat of Leopold I (lot #592), graded PCGS Secure Plus Mint State 65, and from Italy an 1827 gold 80 Florins of Leopold II of Lorraine (lot #689) that is also the finest graded of its kind, PCGS Secure Plus MS66+.

The auctions will be held 27 and 28 November by Numismatica Genevesis in the Hotel Beau Rivage; 29 November by Chaponnière & Firmenich in the Grand Hôtel Kempinski; and 30 November by Maison Palombo, also in the Grand Hôtel Kempinski.

"Coins can be submitted to the PCGS Submission Center in Paris either in person or by mail. We are now accepting submissions from PCGS Collectors Club members as well as Authorized Dealers in the European Union," said Muriel Eymery, PCGS Vice President of International Business Development.

Since the company was founded in 1986 in California, PCGS experts have certified over 25 million coins with a total market value of over US$27 billion. PCGS

For additional information about submitting coins by mail or to make an appointment to submit coins in person, call +33 (0) 1 40 20 09 94. Email: [email protected].


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