does not buy or sell collectibles. But due to overwhelming demand
from members of the Beverly Hills Coin Club, the American Coin Club
and other organizations, ACCGS will launch a buyers club for collectors
for supplies, such as books, holders, magnifying glasses etc.
By combining purchasing power of all members, we can get needed supplies
for your collection at the lowest possible prices. The program
begins soon on September first, at which time we will have all the
books and supplies listed at wholesale prices on this page.
To take advantage of this buyer's club, one need only join the American
Coin Club. Dues start as low as $18 per year, and include a
free surprise package of coins donated to the the club, a one year
subscription to the award-winning "RCM - Rare Coin Magazine"
and many other benefits when you sign up for platinum and life membership..
Joining also includes automatic dual membership in their sister organization,
the Beverly Hills Coin Club (BHCC), one of the finest clubs in the
nation, which was co-founded by actor Buddy Ebsen and includes some
of the most prolific collectors and writers in the world. ACCGS
shares the same address with BHCC, and ACCGS is proud to be comprised
of members on their volunteer list of grading consultants. You
can sign up as a member easily, by going to their site, www.beverlyhilllscoinclub.org
and click on the membership information in the middle, or highlight
and print out the following form and then fill it out by hand:
Application for Joint
The American Coin Club and The Beverly Hills Coin Club
Signature of Parent or
Guardian (required for applicant under the age of 18)
Types of Membership and Dues
1. Junior Membership (Under 18 years of age)
2. Regular Membership
3. Bronze Membership
4. Silver Membership
5. Gold Membership
6. Platinum Membership
Send Application together with your payment to BHCC,
Monica Blvd #951, Beverly Hills, CA 90212.
Questions? If you have any
questions about fees, postage, submission policy, grading policy, etc.,
simply click on the "Forms" link. You will find that the two pages
that comprise the ACCGS submission form answers any and all questions you
need to submit your coins as well as ACCGS grading policy. The
information is further elaborated on the few other links in this site.
Due to the huge volume of e-mails we receive each week, ACCGS cannot
answer questions that are already clearly answered on the submission form
and on this site, Any such e-mails may not be answered due to
time constraints, or you may be referred back to the submission form.
To protect both customers and ACCGS from any miscommunications or
misunderstandings, we must have any other questions not already answered
on this site, in writing, either by e-mail or regular mail. All other
correspondence not mentioned here can be sent via e-mail. at the "Contact
Us" link found at the top of each page. Please do not e-mail
us about your submissions until four weeks processing time has elapses, as
mail can be slow sometimes both coming and going, and constant inquiries
will only slow down the certification process. ACCGS
only accepts phone calls in emergency situations involving the lost of
items sent to us or sent back to the submitter, which are required to be
insured both ways.
For any other
questions not answered on this site, contact us by clicking