Frequently Asked Questions about CCE
About the Certified Coin Exchange
What is the Certified Coin Exchange?
CCE is an online numismatic trading exchange for certified U.S. rare coins by member firms. CCE has been an online exchange since 1990, and it is the principal dealer-to-dealer exchange in the United States. The exchange has a Board of Governors who set the exchange rules for trading. There is an arbitration system that has been very successful in place to resolve disputes.
Why should I be a member of CCE?
CCE membership gives a dealer a number of business advantages...
I would like to become a member of CCE. How can I apply for membership?
The requirements of membership are as follows:
What are the membership levels for the CCE?
CCE has three levels of membership:
What is CCE Quick Price?
CCE Quick Price is the one stop coin pricing resource... CCE bids/asks w/dealer IDs, PCGS/NGC population, PCGS/NGC Auction Prices Realized, PCGS Price Guide, Blue & GreySheet (requires subscription), and other resources - all available on one screen! A must have for quickly and efficiently pricing PCGS and NGC graded coins.
I am interested in coin pricing. Can I call the CCE for price information?
Please call any of our member firms for price information. You will find dealers listed by state in our Dealer Index.
Do you buy or sell coins?
CCE is an information and trading service for numismatic dealers. We do not buy or sell coins.
What is the best way to buy or sell coins?
Contact several CCE members and get quotes. You will find dealers listed by state in our Dealer Index.
How do Member Firms buy and sell coins among themselves?
A Member Firm may post bids and asks on the Exchange. Other Member Firms may sell to or buy from these members by executing against the posted bids or asks. All prices are firm. Such a transaction would fall under CCE Rules. CCE members may also transact by any other means, such as over the telephone or at coin shows. These transactions would not fall under CCE rules.
How much does it cost to be a member of CCE?
What if I only want to see prices, but not trade on the exchange?
An Associate Member may view prices with Dealer IDs on CCE, but cannot trade on the Exchange.
What are the rules of the exchange?
You can read them at CCE Exchange Rules.
About the website
How do I log in as a subscriber?
Click the 'Login to CCE' menu item or the 'Login to CCE' link on the top bar. You must be given a user ID and password by the CCE Help Desk.
It is necessary for editing coin prices, executing trades, and taking full advantage of the features on CCE.
Why does CCE require cookies?
We store a single number on your PC to keep track of your last messages read, your preferences for viewing the coin market, etc. We do not gather any information from your PC.
What browser versions work with the CCE website?
For public viewing, NS 5 and above or IE 5 or above. For subscribers, NS 7 or above or IE 7 or above.
Does CCE recommend a particular browser?
Yes, we recommend Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher.
What is the recommended screen resolution and color depth for working with CCE?
The minimum screen resolution is 1024 x 768 and the minimum color depth is 256 colors. You may use higher resolutions and depths if your hardware can support it.
Privacy and Refund Policy
Yes. Names, addresses, phone numbers, emails, website URLs of members of Certified Coin Exchange are available to authenticated members of the Certified Coin Exchange network. Certified Coin Exchange does maintain a dealer referral list based on geographic location which shows dealer name, city and phone number for the public. Also, Certified Coin Exchange maintains a retail selling page called www.collectorscorner.com which shows dealer information if the dealer has coin listings active.
Does Certified Coin Exchange have a refund policy?
Yes. Certified Coin Exchange will consider refunds for services on dealer request.