In an industry such as numismatics, one needs to have a high level of integrity to be trusted by clients and dealers alike. Liz’s decades-long career speaks for itself as she is highly respected by her peers and colleagues. It is an honor to be reviewed by the committees for association membership, and accepted to their roles.

What are the associations Liz belongs to, and what are their roles?

American Numismatic Association

American Numismatic Association

The American Numismatic Association is an organization founded in 1891 by Dr. George F. Heath. Located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, it was formed to advance the knowledge of numismatics along educational, historical, and scientific lines, as well as to enhance interest in the hobby.Wikipedia

Headquarters: Colorado Springs, CO
Founded: 1891

Professional Coin Grading Service


Professional Coin Grading Service is a coin grading, authentication, attribution, and encapsulation service founded in 1985. The intent of its seven founding dealers, including the firm’s former president David Hall, was to standardize grading. Wikipedia
Founded: 1986
Parent organization: Collectors Universe
President: Brett Charville
Headquarters: Santa Ana, CA
Founders: Silvano DiGenova, David Hall, Steve Cyrkin, Bruce Amspacher, Gordon Wrubel, Van Simmons, John Danreuther

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation is a privately owned, international coin certification service based in Sarasota, Florida. It has certified more than 35 million coins. NGC certification consists of authentication, grading, attribution, and encapsulation in clear plastic holders. Wikipedia
Headquarters: Sarasota, FL
Founded: 1987, Parsippany-Troy Hills, NJ
Type of business: Privately held company

Professional Numismatists Guild

The Professional Numismatists Guild is a non-profit organization dedicated to coin collecting, as well as the buying and selling on coins and paper money.

Founded in 1955, the organization is composed of many of the top coin and paper money dealers in the United States.

Certified Acceptance Corporation

Certified Acceptance Corporation is a Far Hills, New Jersey coin certification company started in 2007 by coin dealer John Albanese. The firm evaluates certain numismatically valuable U.S. coins already certified by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation or Professional Coin Grading Service. Wikipedia
Founder: John Albanese
Founded: 2007
Area served: United States
Headquarters: Far Hills, NJ
Number of locations: 1
Type of business: Privately held company

They are there to benefit you!

As you can see, belonging to one of these associations is a great honor, and reflects a level of integrity and professionalism that any coin buyer or seller would appreciate.

Liz is looking forward to joining you on your numismatic journey, and will help you in whatever way she possibly can!