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Get Your Trading Cards Graded

State-of-the-art holders •Ultrasonically sealed •Air and water tight •Sturdy •Virtually free of internal movement •Professional labeling features the card year, manufacturer, variety, player name, grade, and IGS identification number •Extreme precautions are taken to prevent counterfeiting of the IGS label and holder

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Get Your Coins Graded & Protected

IGS employs a team of highly qualified and knowledgeable graders who assign the coin a grade based on an industry-standard scale. IGS uses a numeric and alphabetical grading scale to identify the overall condition of each coin submitted to us for grading.

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Get Your Casino Chips Graded

Get your casino chips graded and protected by an industry leader. We use state of the art equipment, and the best graders, to get your chips graded and encapsulated perfectly.

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What We Grade

IGS WILL grade the following trading cards:

Licensed trading cards

All standard size trading cards (2 1/2"x3 1/2" or smaller).

A wide variety of game used cards.

Autographed cards authenticated by card manufacturer.

IGS WILL NOT grade the following trading cards:

Unlicensed trading cards. (Example: Broder)

Cards larger than (2 1/2"x3 1/2")

Autographed cards not authenticated by card manufacturer.

IGS retains the right to refuse the grading of any card that may have been repaired, altered, trimmed, or counterfeited. IGS uses a numeric one to ten grading scale to distinguish the quality of each trading card submitted by our customer(s). A “Ten” Grade is considered the best quality of product and a “One” Grade being the poorest quality of product. A numeric grade will be given to all trading card submitted that fall under the IGS “Cards Accepted For Grading” Terms and Conditions.

Trading Card Grading Scale

Gem Mint GEM-MT 10
Mint MINT 9
Near Mint / Mint NM-MT 8
Near Mint NM 7
Excellent / Mint EX-MT 6
Excellent EX 5
Very Good / Excellent VG-EX 4
Very Good VG 3
Good GOOD 2
Poor POOR 1

IGS WILL grade the following trading coins:

United States Coinage.

U.S. bullion coins (1986 - present)

Commemorative United States Coinage.

Coins having a declared owner's value of $500 or less.

IGS WILL NOT grade the following trading coins:

Tokens

Error Coins

Pre-1935 U.S. Gold Coins

Problem Coins - Repaired, Altered or Counterfeit.

U.S. Gold Coins Before 1986

Coins with a declared owner's value of over $500 per coin.

Non-Authentic coins.

Foreign coins.

IGS uses a numeric and alphabetical grading scale to identify the overall condition of each coin submitted to us for grading. PO-1 is considered the lowest possible grade as opposed to MS70 or PR70 being considered as the highest possible grade. A numeric and alphabetical grade will be given to all coins submitted that fall under the IGS “Coins Accepted for Grading” Terms and Conditions.

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COIN GRADING SCALE

PO-1 Poor
FR-2 Fair
AG-3 About Good
G-4 Good
G-6 Good
VG-8 Very Good
VG-10 Very Good
F-12 Fine
F-15 Fine
VF-20 Very Fine
VF-25 Very Fine
VF-30 Very Fine
VF-35 Very Fine
EF-40 Extremely Fine
EF-45 Extremely Fine
AU-50 About Uncirculated
AU-53 About Uncirculated
AU-55 About Uncirculated
AU-58 About Uncirculated
MS-60 Mint State
MS-61 Mint State
MS-62 Mint State
MS-63 Mint State
MS-64 Mint State
MS-65 Mint State
MS-66 Mint State
MS-67 Mint State
MS-68 Mint State
MS-69 Mint State
MS-70 Mint State
PF-60 Proof
PF-61 Proof
PF-62 Proof
PF-63 Proof
PF-64 Proof
PF-65 Proof
PF-66 Proof
PF-67 Proof
PF-68 Proof
PF-69 Proof
PF-70 Proof

IGS WILL grade the following casino chips:

Casino chips made for U.S. casinos

Commemorative casino chips.

Both clay & metal casino chips

Out of play casino chips.

IGS WILL NOT grade the following casino chips:

Foriegn casino chips (outside the United States)

Chips not designed for casinos

Chips that appear to have been altered, repaired, or counterfited.

Casino chips larger than standard size.

IGS uses a numeric one to ten grading scale to distinguish the quality of each Casino Chip submitted by our customer(s). A “Ten” Grade is considered the best quality of product and a “One” Grade being the poorest quality of product. A numeric grade will be given to all Casino Chips submitted that fall under the IGS “Casino Chips Accepted For Grading” Terms and Conditions.

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Casino Chip Grading Scale

GEM MINT GEM-10
MINT MINT-9
NEAR MINT NM-8
EXTRA FINE EF-7
VERY FINE VF-6
FINE F-5
VERY GOOD VG-4
GOOD G-3
ABOUT GOOD AG-2
POOR P-1