Conveniently organized first by denomination, then by type, and finally by date and mintmark, the PCGS Price Guide makes it easy to locate the value of almost any U.S. coin almost instantly. Both Proof and Mint sets are covered as well as modern bullion coins, Commemoratives, Colonials and Territorial gold.
In addition to providing up-to-date values, a “shop” button instantly connects you to all offerings on eBay for the coin you are researching.
Whether you’re a novice, or an advanced collector, the PCGS Price Guide App will prove indispensable at coin shows, antique and coin shops, flea markets or anywhere you might encounter rare coins for sale.
Together with Photograde™, it’s a complete numismatic information package.
Over 15,000 coins listed
150,000 different up-to-date prices.
Easily organized. Makes finding almost any U.S. coin a snap.
All regular U.S. issues (both proofs and business strikes) in copper, nickel, silver and gold PLUS
- Commemorative Coins
- Bullion Coins
- Territorial Gold Coins
- Proof and Mint Sets
“Shop” button for instant eBay access to any coin on the price guide.
This app incorporates the most popular features of Coinflation.com and features the live 24-hour gold and silver price (updated every minute). The four calculators bundled into one app include U.S. silver coins, base metal coins, gold scrap, and silver scrap.
Unique features include:
- Automatic gold and silver price updates every minute, no need to "re-enter" the price from an external source. This live metals price update is the same feed used by over 650 coin dealers who conduct business on Certified Coin Exchange, the leading coin/bullion dealer exchange network on the web. www.certifiedcoinexchange.com.
- Homescreen widget that shows live metal prices for gold and silver.
- Beautiful coin images provided by PCGScoinfacts.com.
- Gold Scrap calculator modeled after the most popular gold calculator on the web, GoldCalc.com. Units include grams, milligrams, pennyweight, grains, and troy ounces.
- The new Silver Scrap calculator has three silver types, .999, .925 Sterling, and .900 silver. This allows the user to weigh a bag of circulated silver coins and determine the actual melt value. In addition, we've included non-traditional weights such as troy pounds, avoirdupois ounces, and avoirdupois pounds to help with eBay listings that may try to intentionally confuse buyers.
For more information on this app and to learn the current melt value of your coins, please visit coinflation.com.
Approximately 3,700 different coin issues are priced in an average of ten grades each, for a total of over 38,000 unique prices.
The spectrum of Chinese coins is conveniently divided into seven major categories:
Empire and Provincial (19th Century-Early 20th Century)
People’s Republic (1955-date) Include Pandas, Lunars, and Commemorative Coinage
Chinese Soviet Republic (1931-1936)
Japanese Occupation (1933-1945)
For most early issues, values are provided in circulated grades ranging from Good 4 through Uncirculated. For the later issues (including Pandas and Lunar coinage) values are provided in all Mint State and Proof grades up through 69 and 70.
In addition to current market values, PCGS numbers for each issue are provided, as well as numbers from the leading references such as Krause, L&M, Hsu and others.
Regardless of your level of expertise, you’ll find the PCGS Chinese Coin Price Guide easy to use, and helpful for determining the approximate market values for this rapidly growing and active segment of numismatics.
Included are seven classic "Dollar" size coins from the Republic:
The Chiihli, the Fatman, the Memento, the Junk (or Sun Yat-sen Dollar), the Dragon Dollar of the Fengtien Province, the Kweichow Auto Dollar, and the 1908 Empire Dragon Dollar (Tai-Ching-Ti-Kou).
Most of these are shown in grades from VF-25 through MS-67.
Also included are six modern Panda coins, three in Silver and three in Gold.
These are mostly shown from about MS-66 through MS-70.
PCGS plans to add additional coins on future releases.
Photograde China 2.0 introduces a new native version of its Android app. Original categories feature updated images. Additionally, the following are new categories of Chinese coins that have been added:
Kweichow Auto Dollar
1908 Empire Dragon Dollar (Tai-Ching-Ti-Kou)
20 Cash Dragon (Hu Poo)
Republic 10 Cash (Crossed Flags)
10 Cash ( Ho-Nan)
20 Cents (Fung-tien)
20 Cents (Sun Yat-sen)
10 Cents (Yuan Shih-kai)
1983 10 Yuan Silver Proof
1982 Gold Panda Medal.