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2013 CODE TALKERS BRONZE MEDAL 3 FORT PECK ASSINIBOINE MS 67 GRADED BY NGC
2013 code talkers bronze medal 3 fort peck assiniboine ms 67 graded by ngc
$99.00
quality
1951 D UNCIRCULATED WASHINGTON QUARTER GRADED MS65 BY NGC
1951 d uncirculated washington quarter graded ms65 by ngc
$35.00
quality
1952 S UNCIRCULATED WASHINGTON QUARTER GRADED MS65 BY NGC
1952 s uncirculated washington quarter graded ms65 by ngc
$70.00
quality
Germany 1964 G Mark NGC Graded AU 58
germany 1964 g mark ngc graded au 58
$35.00
quality
Germany 1960 J Mark NGC Graded AU 58
germany 1960 j mark ngc graded au 58
$150.00
quality
Germany 1958 J Mark NGC Graded AU 53
germany 1958 j mark ngc graded au 53
$50.00
quality
1956 D Mark Germany NGC Graded AU 58
1956 d mark germany ngc graded au 58
$65.00
quality
1904 20 GOLD COIN DOUBLE EAGLE LIBERTY MS 62 NGC GRADED   DAY 02765
1904 20 gold coin double eagle liberty ms 62 ngc graded day 02765
$2,200.00
quality
1888 US MORGAN 1 DOLLAR GRADED BY NGC MS 63 MINT LUSTER UNC
1888 us morgan 1 dollar graded by ngc ms 63 mint luster unc
$50.00
quality
1955 G Mark Germany NGC Graded
1955 g mark germany ngc graded
$175.00
quality
1885 US MORGAN 1 DOLLAR GRADED BY NGC MS 64 SUPERB LUSTER BU
1885 us morgan 1 dollar graded by ngc ms 64 superb luster bu
$59.00
quality
1955 F Mark Germany NGC Graded
1955 f mark germany ngc graded
$75.00
quality
EE 1889A 1897 ETHIOPIA LARGE 1 BIRR COIN GRADED BY NGC AU58 NICELY TONED
ee 1889a 1897 ethiopia large 1 birr coin graded by ngc au58 nicely toned
$395.00
quality
1951 3 Pence United Kingdom NGC Graded MS 62
1951 3 pence united kingdom ngc graded ms 62
$125.00
quality
1884 O US MORGAN 1 DOLLAR GRADED BY NGC MS 65 SUPERB LUSTER BU
1884 o us morgan 1 dollar graded by ngc ms 65 superb luster bu
$105.00
quality
1952 Caribbean silver 10 centavos de Peso Centenario Marti NGC graded MS63
1952 caribbean silver 10 centavos de peso centenario marti ngc graded ms63
$69.00
quality
1884 S MORGAN DOLLAR 90 SILVER NGC GRADED VF DETAILS IMPROPERLY CLEANED
1884 s morgan dollar 90 silver ngc graded vf details improperly cleaned
$95.00
quality
1880 S MORGAN DOLLAR SILVER COIN GRADED NGC MS65  5004
1880 s morgan dollar silver coin graded ngc ms65 5004
$199.00
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1885 O Morgan Silver Dollar 1 NGC MS66+ PQ Rare Plus Grade 425 Value
1885 o morgan silver dollar 1 ngc ms66+ pq rare plus grade 425 value
$343.10
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3 HIGH GRADE NGC GRADED ANCIENT COINS 336 88 BC SEE ALL PICS
3 high grade ngc graded ancient coins 336 88 bc see all pics
$2,000.00
quality
1992 American Silver Eagle Dollar 1 ASE NGC MS70 Top Grade 3750 Value
1992 american silver eagle dollar 1 ase ngc ms70 top grade 3750 value
$1,348.90
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Estate Sale 1963 NGC PF69 W Washington Silver Quarter Bright High Grade White
estate sale 1963 ngc pf69 w washington silver quarter bright high grade white
$71.95
quality
1880 Morgan Silver Dollar 1 1880 P NGC MS64+ PQ Rare Date Plus Grade Coin
1880 morgan silver dollar 1 1880 p ngc ms64+ pq rare date plus grade coin
$249.10
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1866 Three Cent Nickel 3CN NGC MS65+ PQ Rare Plus Grade Gem BU Coin
1866 three cent nickel 3cn ngc ms65+ pq rare plus grade gem bu coin
$595.77
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2011 P Australia G5 Dreaming Emu half 5th oz Gold Proof NGC Graded
2011 p australia g5 dreaming emu half 5th oz gold proof ngc graded
$119.99
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1882 CC Morgan Silver Dollar 1 NGC MS66+ PQ Plus Grade 2300 Value
1882 cc morgan silver dollar 1 ngc ms66+ pq plus grade 2300 value
$1,207.90
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1904 O Silver Dollar Rim Toning Lustrous Professionally Graded Ngc Ms63
1904 o silver dollar rim toning lustrous professionally graded ngc ms63
$59.99
quality
1886 Morgan Silver DollarLustrous Unc Professionally Graded Ms63 Ngc Free S H
1886 morgan silver dollarlustrous unc professionally graded ms63 ngc free s h
$55.00
quality

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Your Coin's Journey Through NGC

5 Reasons To Buy And Collect Certified And Graded Coins

Why should a coin collector and investor buy and collect professionally graded and certified coins?. Commonly called "slabs", they are housed in a protective plastic holder. There are many companies - over a dozen are less than 2 years old - which will put your coin in a slab after Certifying that it is Authentic, and assigning a Grade to the coin. The first reason for buying and collecting Certified and Graded Coins applies to all of these companies. However, the most important reasons apply only to the Top Four companies: PCGS, NGC, ANACS, and ICG.

Reason No 1. To Protect Your Coin from Damage.

Visible Damage, which includes anything from finger prints/oils to being stepped on. More importantly, Environmental Damage, including such things as exposure to the air, or the wrong kind of air, chemicals in the air, and touching other objects (e.g.: certain plastics, liquids, food) and other coins, which will change the appearance and even structure of the coin. Damage causes loss of Value, which means Your Investment. A slab is an air tight container, and its purpose is Protection.

Reason No 2. To Establish Authenticity.

You want and need to know that your coin is not only the Real thing, but that it has not been altered (changing a mint mark - fraud) or changed, for example by cleaning, polishing, changing the appearance or surface of the coin, in any way that would render your coin unfit to collect. If it is Unfit to Collect, there won't be many Buyers or Sellers. Many coins graded by lesser companies end up getting Rejected by one of the Top Four for these reasons.

Reason No 3. To Establish Identity.

Is that 1909 Lincoln penny a VDB? Did you overlook the "S" mint mark. Is it a Type 1 or Type 2? These little identifying marks can mean the difference between a $20 coin and one worth $35,000. We all make mistakes and overlook or miss, mint marks, details, and certain other identifying factors which make up "Varities" of each coin. It is the professional's duty to look for, and establish these things to determine a coin's true Identity.

Reason No 4. To Establish the Coin's Grade.

A coin's Grade is what determines its Value. You want Good Value when you Buy the coin. You want to get what you pay for (or more) and not get cheated. When you get ready to Sell or Upgrade, you want to get the most for your coin. You Have to Know What the Coin is Worth! The Grade is always an Issue when Buying and Selling a Collectible Coin. Having the coin Professionally Certified and Graded virtually eliminates this Issue, and the Arguments. This is Your Neutral Third Party.

Reason No 5. Trust and Credibility.

The Top Four companies are Consistent, Reliable and Trustworthy. They have Established and Respected Reputations. Their Standards are the Highest and the Best. You are taking a Risk when buying a certified and graded coin from any other company.

It is possible to buy and sell a coin that is Certified and Graded by one of the Top Four, sight unseen, and know exactly what you are getting. From a description of the coin (e.g.: 1903 O, MS66, NGC, Morgan #034), you know what you are buying, and what to expect. It always helps to have a little description of its appearance, such as "white hot" or "slight reverse toning", since there is one limitation to selling a Certified and Graded coin sight unseen: It is still possible to buy an ugly coin. But that is why we have scanners, fax and email.

Therefore, as a Coin Collector and Investor, always collect Certified and Graded coins by one of the Top Four. It is the most reasonable way to verify authenticity and identity of every coin in your collection, as well as to establish a reliable Value. Every source of prices for any coin, be it a yearly book, magazine, a weekly or monthly newsprint; all base their prices on the Grading Standards of the Top Four grading companies, which strictly follow the ANA guidelines. If the Grade of your coin does not measure up to these Standards, then you are only guessing at the Value.

Copyright 2006

About the Author
Robert is a 58 year old retired lawyer from Denver, CO with a passion for collection coins, since the age of 6; and has published two web sites sharing his passion, at http://www.ThePerfect-Coin.com and at http://www.PerfectDollarCoins.com

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