ICCS is considered the authority on grading Canadian coins. Due to their geography in Toronto, Canada, they’ve accumulated plenty of experience at it. The ICCS determines the condition and authenticity of gold coins but does not provide estimations of value.

1913 Canada Gold $10 Dollar Coin - ICCS AU-55
1913 Canada Gold $10 Dollar Coin - ICCS AU-55 $1,177.65
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2007 Canada gold maple .99999 Test Privy mark 1 oz gold coin ICCS MS68 highest
2007 Canada gold  maple .99999 Test Privy mark 1 oz gold coin ICCS MS68 highest $7,360.51
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2005 Canada Gold Coin 1/10 Oz, Liberation Triple Privy, ICCS SP-68, Mintage 500
2005 Canada Gold Coin 1/10 Oz, Liberation Triple Privy, ICCS SP-68, Mintage 500 $2,355.37
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2015 Canada, GOLD Diwali ¢25 ICCS Graded **PF-67 UHC GOLD**
2015 Canada, GOLD Diwali  ¢25 ICCS Graded **PF-67 UHC GOLD** $58.88
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ICCS has been certifying coins since 1986. Their office is located on Yonge St. in Toronto; so unsurprisingly their understanding of the finer points of Canadian coins is often considered superior to NGC and PCGS. So collectors looking to inject an extra bit of authenticity into their collection will want to consider ICCS first.

Unlike competing services ICCS encases coins in a PET film envelope, which is then sealed in a flip-style envelope. A grade certificate is also included inside.