NGC CERTIFICATION LABELS
The following is the current list of NGC labels available to all submitters, with a brief description of eligible coins. Some labels require special submission instructions. For complete details, read the available links.
NGC Census: 1; 1 finer (MS-66). A separate listing for a "silver plugged" 1794 in MS-66 is the Amon Carter piece, now called Specimen-66 by PCGS.
For example a coin might be described as PCGS MS69 (meaning certified by PCGS as being in Mint State, numerical designation 69) or NGC PF70 (meaning certified by NGC as Proof state, numerical designation 70).
NGC Numismatic Guarantee Corporation PCGS Professional Coin Grading Service - PCGS certifies coins as genuine and determines their grades according to a popular coin hobby grading scale (of 1 to 70).
NGC - NGC was founded in 1987, hundreds of thousands of coins are submitted to NGC each year by collectors and dealers who have confidence in our ability and integrity as a third-party grading service.
NGC Summary of Fees
You summit your coins through an NGC authorized dealer or become a member of the Collectors Society. If you choose to use an authorized dealer they generally help you choose the correct submission tier.
NGC Short for Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.
nickel Popular term for a five-cent piece struck in cupro-nickel alloy (actually 75% copper, 25% nickel).
Short for Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.
The primary currency unit of Bhutan; there are 100 chetrum to the ngultrum.
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By the skin of the teeth - being the only service rated "superior" on turn-around time - NGC could clamp onto title as top dog. "We are pleased with the results," NGC President Mark Salzberg said. "We fully expected the results.
NGC - Numismatic Guarantee Company.
PCGS - Professional Coin Grading Service.
NGC - See Numismatic Guarantee Corporation.
nickel - Name for the US five cent piece.
NGC - Numismatic Guaranty Corporation, a third-party grading service. Generally considered one of the two top-tier grading services in terms of quality, along with PCGS.
NGC: acronym for Numismatic Guaranty Corporation of America, one of two major coin grading services in the United States.
Noble: modern platinum bullion coin issued by the Isle of Man since 1983.
NGC - Numismatic Guarantee Corporation. Coin Grading service.
Noble - Modern platinum bullion coin issued by the Isle of Man since 1983.
Nugget - Modern gold bullion coin minted by Australia, .9999 fine.
NGC MS62 Canada 1966 Voyageur Dollar
The Advantages of TPG Graded Coins
Given that a TPG is truly independent and professionally run by experienced coin graders there are definite advantages in purchasing coins graded by such companies.
Acronym for Numismatic Guaranty Corporation, located in Parsippany, NJ. Currently the leading coin grading service.
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History of the Standing Liberty Quarter
The radical change in our coinage that was taking place in the early 20th century was not quite done by 1916.
NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation) was founded in 1987. NGC provides
a great deal of competition for PCGS. NGC has been given the honor as
being the current Grading Service of Choice for the ANA (American
NGC Proof-64. Stack's "The University of Notre Dame Sale", March 20-21, 2001:157, not plated, unsold
NGC Proof-64. Bowers & Merena Galleries' "The Cabinet of Lucien M. LaRiviere, Part II", March 15-17, 2001, Lot 1135, unsold ...
NGC ROMAN EMPIRE JULIAN II AV SOLIDUS 360-363 AD MS* STAR ANCIENT,,,,,,,, ...
NGC has announced a new holder especially created for edge lettered dollars, where the edge will be visible in the holder.
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NGC (Numismatic Guarantee Corporation) - A coin grading service.
Numismatics - The study and collecting of money.
Obsolete - A series or coin design that is no longer in production.
NGC offers coverage almost as complete as PCGS. Their main caveat is with respect to copper coinage. Perhaps PCGS has a similar exception, but has not noted it in the literature available to me at this time.
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NGC utilizes all of the above-mentioned "no grade" categories. In addition, NGC will not grade any coin dated 1965 and later or any Territorial coinage.
Hallmark utilizes all of the above-mentioned "no grade" categories.
NGC recognizes this variety (and has for a few years) while PCGS only just started recognizing it.
NGC: Acronym for Numismatic Guaranty Corporation, a third party grading service for coins, and paper currency.
Numismatist: An individual who studies or collects money or substitutes of it (Tokens, Bank Notes, etc...)
NGC Population: 2; none finer.
The obverse has several very fine die cracks, while the reverse has minute rust marks and microscopic clash marks.
NGC - Numismatic Guaranty Corporation of America of Sarasota, Florida
SS Republic. Same story as SS Central America and PCGS, but a different ship and different TPG. Same story, same results.
NGC: abbreviation for the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (a third-party, independent grading service).
nick: a small contact mark on a coin.
Nickel: the hard metal used to make Five Cent pieces. Also, the alloy on modern clad coins.
"NGC en PCGS is beide in die 2004- en 2006-opnames van lede van die PNG (Professional Numismatists Guild) en ICTA (Industry Council for Tangible Assets) ten opsigte van graderings-akkuraatheid en vermoĆ" om gewysigde, herstelde, beskadigde, ...
3. NGC MS 62 - Private Collection; ex: Heritage 1999 FUN: Lot 7682, ($18,975), North Georgia Collection (NGC 62), Winter (NGC 62).
NOTE: NGC graders place a "star designation" on coins that they feel have "exceptional eye appeal." ...
(PCGS and NGC Certified U.S. coins minted from 1792 to date)
Silver Three-Cent Pieces
Variety I (1851-1853)
Variety II (1854-1858)
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Proof or Mint Sets
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1859 MS-64 NGC (PS)
Full strike. Struck with very sharp dies. The fields show heavy die polishing and the devices are very rough. Perhaps it is an old die that was repolished, or a brand new die. It is very interesting and pretty.
NGCShort for Numismatic Guaranty Corporation. nickelnick name for the US five cent piece. Although only 25% of the five cent piece is made of the metal nickel it gives the appearance that it is solid nickel.
NGC or N.G.C. - Numismatic Guaranty Corporation of America, a third-party grading service.
nick - A small mark on a coin caused by another coin bumping against it or by contact with a rough or sharp object.
MD Medium Date MED Medium MM Mintmark mm Millimeters MOD Moderate M/S Mint Set MS Mint State N/ or n/ No N Narrow N/C No Cents N/D No Drapery N/R No Rays N/S No Stars NGC Numismatic Guarantee ...
1823/2 25c VF30 NGC. B-1, R.6. in ANA Sale by Heritage
1916 5c Doubled Die Obverse AU58 Realizes $39,000 by Heritage
"Superbird" Quarter Pair at Pittsburgh ANA Signature Auction by Heritage ...
1800 Bust Dollar NGC AU50 BB184 Blue Perimeter Toning
Replica U.S. Trade Dollar 1876 CC #5134
1799 Draped Bust Dollar CHOICE VF+++/XF ** SCARCE!!! ...
Refers to a coin returned (rejected for grading) by one of the two major third-party- grading services, PCGS and NGC.
Controversial at present, because the assigned grades seem to be inflated relative to standard services like PCGS and NGC.
Well as I went through the October 20th edition I found an 1850-C gold dollar graded NGC-61. Well out of my league but I made a note of it anyway.
Two highly respected grading services are the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) and Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS).
A savvy trader could go to NGC's (White's) office and, for a small but useful fee of $12, get an opinion from their graders whether his clear coin would go sideways. If it did it would receive the same numerical grade.
In 1997, NGC graded and encapsulated the coin Proof 50, today the coin is graded by PCGS as a Proof 58 and has just been placed into the collection of a collector for a price in excess of $800,000." The provenance is well documented.
There will always be differences of opinion in grading; however, if an uncirculated coin's problems prevent it from being certified by either PCGS or NGC that coin will probably be valued at less than the equivalent certified grade in the marketplace.
Photo (c) Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC)
Definition: Slab is a slang term for a hard plastic case that holds a coin which has been graded and certified by a third-party grading service such as NGC or PCGS.
PCGS and NGC use technical grading. However, aesthetic metrics such as eye-appeal and colorful toning also play a part in the overall grade, For example; ...
Like it or not, most problem-free, high quality rare coins dated 1933 and earlier are already graded by PCGS and NGC.
Also, try to stick with AU-58 and MS-62 graded by NGC or PCGS (learn more about Grading Coins), avoid not graded gold coins.
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7/8 TF, VAM 33
B/Ad reverse, 3 tail feather ends showing. Parallel arrow feathers. Long arrow shaft.
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Note: Extremely fine style with incredible details and careful legend execution. A scarce issue, noted only in Sear for officinas E and S. Graded and encapsulated by NGC Ancients (David Vagi) as Mint State with 3/5 Strike and 4/5 Surfaces.
Population (or Census): The number of coins that have been certified to date in particular grades by PCGS and NGC, respectively.
A listing of the major third party grading services with comments, rating and pictures of their slabs, PCGS, NGC, ICG, ANACS and others.
Encapsulated coin - One which has been sealed in a plastic holder, especially by a third-party grading service such as PCGS or NGC.
As a collector, you can be sure of the rarity of your purchase thanks to regular figures published by the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) and Numismatic Guarantee Corporation (NGC).
certified by one of these organizations is very high. Among the more notable of the smaller services are the International Numismatic Society (INS) in Washington, D.C., the Rare Coin Exchange in Chicago and the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC).
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