NGC Introduces Small Multi Coin Holder

by CoinNews.net on January 22, 2019 · 4 comments

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC)  has announced a new NGC Small Multi Coin Holder, a single holder that can encapsulate two coins.

NGC Small Multi Coin Holder for Silver Eagle Set

An example of a NGC Small Multi Coin Holder

This holder provides a visually appealing and convenient display option for two-coin sets or matched pairs, such as the 2012-S San Francisco Silver Eagle Set or a 2018 Mint State Silver Eagle and a 2018-W Proof Silver Eagle.

The Small Multi Coin Holder is comprised of the same high-quality materials as NGC’s standard holder and features the same security elements, including an advanced hologram and a tamper-evident seal. A single NGC certification label is placed at the top, printed with the NGC set description, coin descriptions, grades and unique NGC certification numbers.

Two coins, each sized up to 45mm in diameter and 4.5mm in thickness, can be encapsulated in the Small Multi Coin Holder. Inserts are used to accommodate a range of coin sizes. Most modern US coins and many modern world coins are currently eligible, with more sizes coming soon. A complete list of eligible coin sizes appears below.

The Small Multi Coin Holder is currently available for select bulk submissions only. To confirm eligibility, contact Miles Standish at Miles@NGCcoin.com or 949-922-0515 or Scott Heller at SHeller@NGCcoin.com or 941-360-3990.

Available now for select bulk submissions, the Small Multi Coin Holder joins other NGC holders, including the EdgeView® Holder, NGC Oversize Holder® and NGC Mega Holder™. (Learn more about NGC holders at NGCcoin.com/holders.)

NGC Multi Holder Eligible Coin Sizes

Coin Diameter Insert Type Insert Color
US Small Cent 19mm Prong Clear
US Nickel 21.2mm Prong Clear
US Dime 17.9mm Prong Clear
US Quarter 24.3mm Prong Clear
US Half Dollar 30.6mm Prong Clear
US Sacagawea Dollar 26.5mm Prong Clear
US Presidential Dollar 26.5mm Prong Clear
US Silver Eagle 40.6mm Round Clear
US $5 Gold Eagle (1/10 Ounce) 16.5mm Prong White
US $10 Gold Eagle (1/4 Ounce) 22mm Prong White
US $25 Gold Eagle (1/2 Ounce) 27mm Prong White
US $50 Gold Eagle (1 Ounce) 32.7mm Prong White
US $5 Gold Buffalo (1/10 Ounce) 16.5mm Prong White
US $10 Gold Buffalo (1/4 Ounce) 22mm Prong White
US $25 Gold Buffalo (1/2 Ounce) 27mm Prong White
US $50 Gold Buffalo (1 Ounce) 32.7mm Prong White
US $10 Platinum Eagle (1/10 Ounce) 16.5mm Prong White
US $25 Platinum Eagle (1/4 Ounce) 22mm Prong White
US $50 Platinum Eagle (1/2 Ounce) 27mm Prong White
US $100 Platinum Eagle (1 Ounce) 32.7mm Prong White
China Silver Panda (1 Ounce and 30g) 40mm Round
Prong
Clear
White
China Gold Panda (1g) 10mm Prong White
China Gold Panda (1/10 Ounce and 3g) 17.9mm Prong White
China Gold Panda (1/4 Ounce and 8g) 21.9mm Prong White
China Gold Panda (1/2 Ounce and 15g) 27mm Prong White
China Gold Panda (1 Ounce and 30g) 32.05mm Prong White

 

NGC has certified more than 42 million coins, medals and tokens. Founded in 1987, the company provides accurate, consistent and impartial assessments of authenticity and grade. For more information about NGC and its grading services, visit NGCcoin.com.

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This way you can get ripped off twice at the same time, NGC is a waste of money!!! Can’t wait till computers replace these so-called coin grading “BOZOS”!

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Sam,
It’s the foolish coin collectors that keep these Bozos in business. I wish it were not the case but as long as we keep paying ridiculously high premiums for a stupid piece of paper that says a 2019 coin that has never been touched by human hands is perfect, the situation will never change. Every new coin from the mint that has never been touched is perfect!!!! Anyone who tells you otherwise is a scam artist.

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Probably better to buy stock in the grading companies than to collect coins

Chas Barber
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No, CLCT PCGS has tanked the past few years, buy coins or bullion don’t slab’em @ all. Slabs only for older coins, & I don’t mean 1964 Jefferson 5c…….