I always thought the "Details" word was a strange one to use in describing a problem coin. I suppose the third party graders didn't want to use the word "problem" or "issues" and just called it details.
Most commonly seen on TPG
(third Party Graders) holders from ANACS, PCGS
, SEGS, ICS, the top only good coin grading companies in the US coin market, though PCGS
are definitely the top of the bunch followed by ANACS. the rest not so regarded any longer, though still often used by many collectors, the ICG and SEGS holdered coins just don't bring the market prices nor have the cache of the other companies.
Since you are new and may not have seen many of these previously here are a few I pulled out of my collection files, hope they help explain better:
ANACS Old small holder
ANACS Newer current holder PCGS
slightly older holder showing not details but genuine and #84 for the reason (see below). PCGS
will also use Details on the labels depending on the situation called for. PCGS
Current holder Details & Genuine together! NGC
Also see this very informative guide from PCGS
on their holdered coins. https://www.PCGS.com/grades
Be sure to click on the Designations and the No Grades links in Blue to see much more, the No Grades has a whole subset of numbers that are on the holder and relate to the issue a particular holdered coin may have.
I noticed my Genuine #84 is no longer listed on PCGS
list of issues, here is the older list and Code #'s
No Grade Description
82 Filed Rims
83 Peeling Lamination
84 Holed and Plugged
90 Not Genuine
91 Questionable Color
93 Planchet Flaw
94 Altered Surfaces
95 Scratch / Rim Dent
97 Environmental Damage
99 PVC Residue
"Buy the Book Before You Buy the Coin" - Aaron R. Feldman - "And read it" - Me 2013! ANA
Life Member #3288 in good standing since 1982, EAC Member #6202, NBS Member, 2¢ variety collector.
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Edited by westcoin
06/18/2021 9:33 pm