Join Blanchard and Company, Inc. in the green movement of the rare coin industry. Protect your coins for the future with superior standards set forth by CAC Founder, John Albanese. As you navigate the rare coin market, ensure that your next coin purchase is truly premium quality by looking for the CAC “green” seal.
Blanchard and Company, Inc. is proud to announce that we are working in conjunction with the CAC. For over 30 years, Blanchard and Company, Inc. and its predecessors have ensured ultimate product integrity and superiority. Now, Blanchard and Company, Inc.’s superior standards are getting even more solid. We will now be offering our clients CAC approved coins to guarantee future excellence within the rare coin market. Since 1998, Blanchard has sold coins that were exclusively selected and approved by CAC founder John Albanese. Now, our clients can rest assured that we are still providing a top quality product every time they look at their CAC seal. Join Blanchard and Company, Inc. in maintaining the rigorous grading standards that John Albanese has set and protect your coins for the future.
CAC - Setting the Standard for Premium Quality
What Separates the Grade from Premium Quality?
In every field, there are a select few that represent the best of the best. Coins are no exception. Now there’s an easy way to identify premium quality coins within any particular grade. Just look for the CAC verification sticker.
Third-party grading services have revolutionized our industry by evaluating the condition of coins. Evaluations, however, can be subjective and over time, coins of varying quality have received the same grade. That’s why leading members of the numismatic community formed CAC - to identify and formalize the existence of premium quality coins.
CAC will only consider previously graded coins, submitted by CAC Submission Centers, and will only award our sticker to those coins that meet their standards for premium quality.
CAC is an independent numismatic coin authentication service and is not connected or affiliated with any other numismatic coin encapsulating and/or grading service. For more information about CAC, visit caccoin.com.