Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC), the world's largest third party coin grading company, will be unveiling a remarkable display of rare and important coins and medals at the American Numismatic Association's World's Fair of Money in Philadelphia, Pa., August 7 through 11, 2012.
The most anticipated coin on display is Walter Perschke's Brasher Doubloon, the first United States gold coin, valued at $10 million [...]
Prominent numismatist Walter Perschke is the owner of the coin, which is believed to be the finest known example of the rare Brasher Doubloon. Perschke first purchased the Brasher Doubloon in 1979 for $430,000, then a record price for a coin. It is now valued at $10 million [...]
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC), a Florida-based independent coin certification and grading company, announced today it has graded 25 million coins -- becoming the first grading company to reach this milestone.
Throughout its 25 years in business, NGC has been instrumental in expanding the coin industry both in the United States and abroad. The company has helped facilitate the acceptance of [...]
The Stella, or four-dollar gold piece, was coined solely as a series of pattern pieces dated 1879 or 1880 in two major types. Both show a left-facing bust of Liberty on the obverse and a five-pointed star on the reverse, from which the coins get their popular name "Stella."
More often seen is the Flowing Hair type designed by Mint Engraver Charles Barber, with most examples bearing the 1879 date. This newly-certified specimen features [...]
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC), the world leader in third-party coin grading, announced the opening of a new European branch office in Konstanz, Germany. The new location will address growing demand for NGC's expert services throughout Europe, while offering coin dealers and collectors a faster, more efficient method to submit coins to NGC's U.S. headquarters for certification and grading [...]
While a small number of lower denomination proof coins are known from this year, notably examples of the first year of issue $3 gold pieces, this newly identified example is the only known Proof 1854 $10.
The coin was submitted to NGC by an authorized dealer based in Europe and no information concerning the coin's provenance was provided [...]
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation announced a new resource tool for past and future auctions of NGC-certified US coins. Named "NGC Auction Central," it offers a centralized location to find realized coin prices and upcoming offerings from leading auction houses around the U.S.
The following is the statement released Monday, October 3, by NGC. It is published in its entirety.
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) announced the release of the most comprehensive online reference for US coins today.
The new NGC Coin Explorer is a free research tool designed as a resource for both dealers and collectors, whether buying or selling coins.
Both new and advanced collectors will find the NGC Coin Explorer useful when trying to find out more about coins they own in addition to researching coins they are considering buying. This new, all encompassing tool lists over [...]
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