Hurry Hurry MS morgan -Ya just gotta see this one...

Hurry Hurry MS morgan -Ya just gotta see this one...

Post by basfm » Sun, 18 Dec 2005 06:57:09



Can't find a single reference to a CCGS grading service via Yahoo or Google
Groups. Must be pretty handy to form your own grading service and call them
however you want. He needs to call Shop At Home and get Chambers on his
grading bandwagon.

Look at his feedbacks. 12,000 unique out of 26,000 total. Quite a few folks
were being a bit too nice and gave positives when neutrals and negatives
would go better with their feedback descriptions.


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>> New group of graders?At least I'm not familiar with CCGS, but by
>> looking at this one, I'm sure I will be seeing it in the future!!

 
 
 

Hurry Hurry MS morgan -Ya just gotta see this one...

Post by ozzyozzi » Sun, 18 Dec 2005 07:30:29


Quote:

> Can't find a single reference to a CCGS grading service via Yahoo or Google
> Groups. Must be pretty handy to form your own grading service and call them
> however you want. He needs to call Shop At Home and get Chambers on his
> grading bandwagon.

CCGS = "Capitol Coin Grading Service"
 From what I see it was started in 2003, but it does not have a website,
e-mail address nor phone number.  So how in the hell do you get a coin
graded?   I saw at least one other Ebayer who had a few coins listed as
being graded by CCGS.

 
 
 

Hurry Hurry MS morgan -Ya just gotta see this one...

Post by Kai_lun » Tue, 20 Dec 2005 01:40:16


Quote:


>> Can't find a single reference to a CCGS grading service via Yahoo or
>> Google Groups. Must be pretty handy to form your own grading service
>> and call them however you want. He needs to call Shop At Home and get
>> Chambers on his grading bandwagon.

> CCGS = "Capitol Coin Grading Service"
>  From what I see it was started in 2003, but it does not have a website,
> e-mail address nor phone number.  So how in the hell do you get a coin
> graded?   I saw at least one other Ebayer who had a few coins listed as
> being graded by CCGS.

They do it by telepathy, you think of a coin and the grade just pops
into your head, and you write it down.

There are many happy users who are always satisfied with the grade the
coins get.

More power to them I say. At least they are cheap as they have not yet
got a business model that actually involves payment to them but they are
working on it.