NGC Upgrades Coin Imaging Service


Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® ( has made it significantly easier for its customers to access and download any high-resolution images that were taken of their coins, tokens and medals prior to their encapsulation.

NGC Raw Coin Imaging Examples
NGC Photo Vision®includes high-resolution images of the obverse and the reverse of a coin

In 2018, NGC introduced a new raw coin imaging service, NGC Photo Vision®, which includes high-resolution JPG images of the obverse and the reverse of a coin as well as a side-by-side high-resolution JPG with the NGC logo and NGC submission number. The highly regarded service costs only $8 per coin.

With the latest update, submitters can now download the high-resolution JPG images of the obverse and reverse from the Submission Tracking page on These images, along with the side-by-side high-resolution JPG image, will continue to be sent to the email address provided by the submitter.

NGC also takes high-resolution raw images of many coins, tokens and medals for its own research and educational purposes. Many images of genuine coins, tokens and medals from NGC’s comprehensive image catalog will also be made available for submitters to download from the Submission Tracking tool for free.

NGC’s high-resolution raw images are perfect for use in the NGC Registry, on the NGC Chat Boards and in online marketing listings. To ensure that your coins receive high-resolution raw imaging, submit them for the NGC Photo Vision service.

About Numismatic Guaranty Corporation

NGC is the world’s largest and most trusted third-party grading service for coins, tokens and medals, with more than 45 million collectibles certified. Founded in 1987, NGC provides an accurate, consistent and impartial assessment of authenticity and grade. Every coin that NGC certifies is backed by the comprehensive NGC Guarantee of authenticity and grade, which gives buyers greater confidence. This results in higher prices realized and greater liquidity for NGC-certified coins. To learn more, visit

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