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NGC Grades Benchmark Collection of Australian Coins

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® has certified the superb Benchmark Collection, a complete set of Australian pre-decimal coins. The collection includes a number of finest known examples and important rarities as well as several previously undocumented varieties.
Written by Janell Armstrong at 00:00

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NGC Modifies CrossOver Policy to Include 70-Graded Coins

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®), the world’s largest third-party coin grading and authentication service, has announced that it will now accept CrossOver submissions of coins graded MS 70, PF 70 and SP 70.
Written by Janell Armstrong at 00:00
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Australia 1852 Adelaide 5 Pound to be featured in London auction

The 1852-Dated Adelaide Gold 5 Pound, graded MS 66 by NGC, will be featured in a London auction in March and is expected to set a new world record price for an Australian coin. It is one of only seven surviving examples and one of just two in private hands.
Written by Max Spiegel at 00:00

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NGC Expands Star Designation to World Coins

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®) has announced that world coins will be eligible for its popular NGC Star Designation® starting February 1. The NGC Star Designation identifies coins with exceptional eye appeal, including vibrant, colorful toning or intense luster.
Written by Max Spiegel at 00:00

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Trio of NGC-Certified Coins Break $1 Million Each at FUN

Three rare coins certified by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®) each broke $1 million at last week’s Heritage Auctions’ FUN Show sale. The elusive 1787 Brasher Doubloon, graded NGC MS 63, led the sale with a price realized of nearly $4.6 million. It is the finest certified example of the first gold coin struck in the United States.
Written by Max Spiegel at 00:00
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