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 [...]
NGC has discovered what may be the first error in the America the Beautiful five ounce series. The coin, a 2010-P Yellowstone, has a matte Specimen finish on the Washington side and a brilliant, lustrous finish on the other. This error appears to be unique at present, but it is possible that others await discovery.
There are two types of America the Beautiful five ounce coins issued by the Mint: a lustrous bullion version and a matte collector version. The collector version, designated Specimen by NGC, is produced by the same method as the bullion edition except that it is vapor-blasted in the final stage. These Specimens are also distinguished by a "P" mintmark [...]
The first variety in the America the Beautiful five ounce silver coin series has been discovered and will now be recognized by NGC.
The variety, designated "Light Finish" by NGC, is so far seen only on the 2010-P Grand Canyon Specimen issues.
The U.S. Mint strikes two types of five ounce silver America the Beautiful coins: the bullion version and the collector version. The collector version is vapor-blasted to create a matte finish, a stark contrast to the brilliant surfaces of the bullion issues.
Two distinct surface finishes of the 2010-P Grand Canyon Specimens have been observed: coins with the regular coarse matte finish and coins that [...]
The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) on Tuesday announced that it will certify San Francisco minted Silver Eagles. The San Francisco struck bullion coin was introduced just one week ago by the United States Mint.
NGC will designate such coins with a label reading "Struck at San Francisco Mint." Additionally, the label will have the "S" mintmark in parentheses next to the coin's date.
San Francisco is no stranger to the American Silver Eagle bullion coin, but the U.S. Mint's facility in California had not produced them in more than a decade. In an attempt to help [...]
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) has announced that a NGC-certified 1907 Rolled Gold Edge Eagle sold for $2.185 million during Heritage Auction's Platinum Night offerings at the FUN 2011 Convention in Tampa, Fla.
The 1907 $10 Satin PR 67 with Periods Rolled Edge was one of five gold coins in the sale that belonged to Mint Director Frank A. Leach [...]