Coin Certification Firm Purchased by Virginia Dealer

January 2008
Virginia Numismatist;Winter2008, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p8
The article focuses on the completion of the acquisition of Photo Certification Institute (PCI) by David Lawrence Rare Coins (DLRC). Recently, it is in process of moving the assets of the company from Georgia to Virginia. DLRC the oldest grading company founded around 1986 using large slab that change to Hallmark slab. Feigenbaum has been grading and dealing coins in 1979 and states that they will be stricter with the new PCI submissions.


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