ANACS Suspends Operations Due to COVID-19

ANACS, the oldest coin grading company in the United States, has suspended all grading operations due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). The Colorado-based company announced on their site that they have ceased operations to comply with state orders around non-essential businesses being closed.

The news comes after PCGS also announced suspension of coin grading activities due to similar orders in the state of California. Only NGC, based in Florida, is currently accepting coins for grading. Florida, to this point, is one of a few states that have not issued Shelter in Place or non-essential business restrictions to combat the pandemic.

Effective immediately, due to the health emergency caused by the COVID19 virus and in compliance with the State of Colorado, ANACS has suspended its operations until it is safe and permitted to reopen.

Please refrain from submitting until further notice. Any current submissions will be held safely in our vault and remain in their current status until the office reopens.

Any inbound packages will be collected and secured at our facility, but it is not likely any will be opened or processed at this time.

Limited correspondence will be available with ANACS Customer Service but precise information about a specific submission or account is likely to be unavailable.

Check our Social Media pages for weekly updates.

We thank you for your patience during these unusually trying times. And look forward to getting back to business as usual.


Paul A. DeFelice

ANACS Press Release

Readers are encouraged to follow the ANACS site for more details on when they will be resuming services. You can also follow them on Twitter.

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