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Rattler vs Fatty vs Soapbox: what do you like better?

I had a little bit of time on my hands so I thought that I would ask you one of my favorite questions: what's your favorite holder? The PCGS rattler, the NGC fatty, or the ANACS soapbox? 


I know, usually people don't think that ANACS is anything to compare with PCGS or NGC, but I think they are really neat, considering that they are the first grading service established by the ANA. 

1 month ago

Sometimes PCGS, sometimes NGC, but, yeah, I don't have an ANACS holder so I don't know. I like the NGC design.

1 month ago

ANACS get's a bad reputation which goes back to detail grading when neither NGC or PCGS would do so. Now they all do. With this is mind, I've never had a issue with their grading standards. Something to consider is that, unlike NGC or PCGS, they have no membership fee attatched for submission.

1 month ago

NGC. And I have the Smithsonian Institute backing me. They have a vault with 300 hundred of our most  valuable and rare coins. Before they put them in a holder they had all three major graders slabs tested. NGC won hands down. Also pattern coins.. If it's good enough for them . It's good enough for me. No contest. They use medical proof plastic. Need anything else!! But we pick who we like.

1 month ago

I use NGC. It is a perc of being a member here. I like their side view holders. I also use ANACS for Varieties and errors NGC will not grade. I have no problem with ANACS. I use PMG for currency. No matter who you use the prices are OUTRAGIOUS! Thanks.

1 month ago

Agree with Longstrider on the pricing. I have never submitted a coin myself, but when I buy slabs, I look specifically for the NGC fatty kind.

23 days ago
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