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The condition of a coin that shows a trace of wear. The cause of the ware is not important for a coin to meet this grade.
The lowest price of a particular coin issue and grade offered for sale. See also bid.
The highest price of a particular coin issue and grade offered for sale. See also ask.
Term used to describe a coin that is returned by a grading service that was not encased and without a grade because or a problem with the coin.
A count of the known specimens of a particular numismatic item. Third party grading services maintain a census of the coins they grade.
A synonym for market grade.
When introduced by Dr. William H. Sheldon, it was meant to denote the finest specimen and average condition of the five finest known coins. Today, it is used to denote that census of a coin within a particular grade.
A low-grade coin used to fill a space in a collection. Fillers are usually used in place of rare and other higher priced coins.
The coin that is known to be the best preserved of its type. See also grade.
Used to describe higher grade uncirculated or proof coins that suggest it has a high aesthetic appearance.
Usually found at coin shows, these are boxes of coins that are of low grade or common coins that are of lesser value that dealers offer for sale at discount prices.
The grade at which most reputable dealers and auction houses would offer an uncertified coin.
The practice of assigning a coin’s grade a value above what it truly deserves. An inexperienced grader or a deliberate act to deceive buyers can be reasons coins may be over-graded. See also grade.
third-party grading service
An independent company that authenticates, grades, attributes and encapsulates coins
The practice of assigning a coins grade a value below what it truly deserves. An inexperienced grader or a deliberate act to deceive sellers can cause coins to be under-graded coins. See also grade.