Q: What significance is "green" label on PCI slab?

Q: What significance is "green" label on PCI slab?

Post by do » Fri, 16 Jun 2000 04:00:00



members,

ebay seller says pci green label on MS_63 1909-SVDB, and i was curious
as to the significance.  e-mailed seller and have no response as of
yet.  please e-mail help if you will.  posting response might educate
the rest of us.  thanks.

donald m ray

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Q: What significance is "green" label on PCI slab?

Post by Sam Morg » Fri, 16 Jun 2000 04:00:00


Quote:
>members,

A PCI Red label means the coin has a problem and is nrt graded. Green label
means in PCI's opinion the coin is problem free.

Quote:
>ebay seller says pci green label on MS_63 1909-SVDB, and i was curious
>as to the significance.  e-mailed seller and have no response as of
>yet.  please e-mail help if you will.  posting response might educate
>the rest of us.  thanks.

>donald m ray

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Q: What significance is "green" label on PCI slab?

Post by ToddESta » Fri, 16 Jun 2000 04:00:00


Green label is the normal PCI label which means problem free, as opposed
to the red label for problem coins.

Todd

Quote:

> members,

> ebay seller says pci green label on MS_63 1909-SVDB, and i was curious
> as to the significance.  e-mailed seller and have no response as of
> yet.  please e-mail help if you will.  posting response might educate
> the rest of us.  thanks.

> donald m ray

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