WINGS ® – World Coin Grading Verification

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Established in 2008, WINGS® (an acronym for World Identification and Numismatic Grading Service) reviews your World Coins, all Tokens, Medals and Ancients that have been graded by PCGS, NGC, ICG, ANACS or ICCS (Canadian Grading Service) to determine if, in our opinion, they are either “Premium Quality” or “Solid for the Grade” within the grade assigned to them by the third party grading service.

If it is “Premium Quality” within the assigned grade then, it will receive the WINGS® Fraud Proof and Tamper Proof Gold Sticker.

If the coin, token or medal is “Solid for the Grade” indicating a quality coin, token or medal, then it will receive the WINGS® Fraud Proof and Tamper Proof Silver Sticker.


 

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Cool Coins! 2017 Episode 1 – Over a Million Dollars in Rare Coins – 4K Video

Cool Coins! 2017 Episode 1 – Over a Million Dollars in Rare Coins – 4K Video

Cool Coins! kicks off 2017 with this “million dollar” episode, featuring WINGS Co-President Lance Tchor and his 1952 Peru 100 Soles gold coin with deep mirror Prooflike surfaces in an NGC MS67 holder; error coin specialist and author Fred Weinberg with a very special “golden” State Quarter (a coin you might find in change!); treasure […]

World Coins – Affordable Fourpence Silver Groats of King Henry VIII

World Coins – Affordable Fourpence Silver Groats of King Henry VIII

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, markets, and coin collecting #361 A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds …..   Henry VIII is the most famous king in the history of England, and perhaps had the most impact on history of any English king. His second daughter, Queen Elizabeth I, may […]

COINS in UHD: The 10 Best CoinWeek Videos of 2016

COINS in UHD: The 10 Best CoinWeek Videos of 2016

It’s hard to believe that the end is upon us… the end of 2016, that is. With the better part of the calendar year behind us, the editors of CoinWeek felt that it was time to take a look back at a banner year for CoinWeek’s video team. In 2016, CoinWeek fully committed itself to producing […]

PVC Damage on World Coins – What It Is & How to Avoid It

PVC Damage on World Coins – What It Is & How to Avoid It

By Lance Tchor – Founder and Co-President, WINGS® Coins LLC ……   PVC and coins don’t mix Otherwise known as polyvinylchloride, PVC is found in many different plastic-based products. Despite the fact that the chemical has been identified as a carcinogen and pollutant, it is widely used in an array of industries with relatively benign […]

Philippine Coinage Under U.S. Administration

Philippine Coinage Under U.S. Administration

By Lance Tchor – Founder and Co-President, WINGS® Coins LLC ……   American was propelled into war with Spain after an explosion that sank the battleship USS Maine at Havana, Cuba. “Remember the Maine” was the rallying cry that led to the Spanish-American War of 1898. The U.S. demanded that Spain withdraw completely from Cuba, […]

By September 1, 20160 Comments Read More →
World Coins – Early Silver Coins of Argentina

World Coins – Early Silver Coins of Argentina

COINS OF ARGENTINA. 2 Reales, 1813-J A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds ….. US and World Coin Collecting Strategies #344   The present topic is the early silver coins of Argentina, during the era of the “United Provinces of the River Plate.” Early Argentine coins have notable artistic merit and are historically important. A silver type […]

WINGS® Coins rolls out new web site , Facebook page and expands to reviewing Ancients

WINGS® Coins rolls out new web site , Facebook page and expands to reviewing Ancients

WINGS® Coins is pleased to announce the introduction of their newly designed web site (www.wingscoins.com). According to Lance Tchor, company president, the new site makes it much easier to navigate, is more focused on the ancient and world coin customer and has also streamlined certain areas on the site to highlight WINGS® Coins services of […]

World Coins – Tips on Grading the Mexican Caballito Peso

World Coins – Tips on Grading the Mexican Caballito Peso

By Joshua McMorrow-Hernandez for CoinWeek …..   Grading the Mexican Caballito Peso requires skilled eyes and a working knowledge of the silver coin’s design and strike nuances. The early 20th-century peso is a beautiful silver coin with a compelling story, yet it had but a short life during troubling times in the Latin American nation. […]

WINGS Announces Pre-ANA World’s Fair of Money Free Submission Program

WINGS Announces Pre-ANA World’s Fair of Money Free Submission Program

By WINGS Coins, LLC ….. WINGS® Coins announces that for any items submitted at regular price (US$12.50) WINGS® will review an additional item for free ( Up to a maxium of 5 free reviews. This applies for any submission with a post-mark on or before August 8, 2016. Visit the website to download submission forms. […]

English Gold Noble Coins of King Edward III (1327-77)

English Gold Noble Coins of King Edward III (1327-77)

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #342 A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds ……   English Noble gold coins minted during the era of King Edward III are historically important, attractive, intricately designed and modestly priced in contrast to rare gold coins […]

Cool Coins! 2016 Episode 5 – 4K Video

Cool Coins! 2016 Episode 5 – 4K Video

Our fifth episode of CoinWeek’s Cool Coins! for 2016 ups the ante! We’ve got scarce medals, scarcer U.S. pattern coins, and a previously-unpublished ancient gold coin. Exonumia dealer Paul Cunningham always brings with him an unusual and interesting assortment of tokens and medals. When looking through his offerings, we noticed three art deco medals commemorating Detroit automaker General […]

World Coins – Peru 100 Soles Gold Coins Offer Low Mintages, Rich Beauty

World Coins – Peru 100 Soles Gold Coins Offer Low Mintages, Rich Beauty

By Joshua McMorrow-Hernandez for Coinweek …….   The Peru 100 Soles gold coin series is one of the most beautiful yet elusive classic world gold coins. Issued from 1950 through 1970, 100 Soles gold coins were typically minted in very small numbers, with all but three issues seeing fewer than 10,000 pieces minted. During many […]

The Upside of Escudos

The Upside of Escudos

By Lance Tchor and Larry Michelson for WINGS™ Coins, LLC ……   A gold coin speaks volumes about a nation’s history and culture and at a price collectors easily can afford This month, we continue our little excursion into the realm of the gold escudo. In the last installment, we pointed out the differences between the original cross-and-shield escudo, initially struck […]

Introduction to Global Numismatics

Introduction to Global Numismatics

By: Lance Tchor & Larry Michelson – WINGS™ Coins, LLC When embarking on a collection of world coins, it’s important to establish a budget and a game plan. Collecting world coins can teach you much about global culture, history, politics and art. Welcome to the first installment of this bimonthly column about collecting world coins. Our goal is to […]

By September 19, 20150 Comments Read More →
What I learned in Grading 1 at the 2014 ANA Summer Seminar

What I learned in Grading 1 at the 2014 ANA Summer Seminar

By: Larry Michelson As a relative newcomer to coin collecting I decided to enroll in one of the ANA’s many courses, Grading 1, at their annual summer seminars held in Colorado Springs. The course is taught over four days with classes lasting six hours each. Our instructors were phenomenal. They were Matt Kleinstuber, Don Bonser […]

 
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