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  Volume 10, Issue 10 10/11  
 
NGC News
NGC Launches Auction Central — a Valuable Auction Research Tool
Bring expert insight to every purchase and sale. This powerful tool helps you research prices realized and find upcoming auctions for NGC-certified US coins, all in one place.
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NGC Registry Awards 2011
Every year, NGC awards the top Competitive Sets and Custom Sets in the NGC Registry. To qualify, your sets must be registered by 5 p.m. ET on December 2, 2011. Registration closed. Winners will be announced January 6, 2012.
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NGC Grading US Coins On-site at Whitman Expo
NGC will offer on-site grading, including our Silver Dollar Tier, for Morgan and Peace Dollars. All coins submitted for on-site grading will be evaluated for Plus Designation at time of grading.
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NGC Recognizes Two Varieties of Proof South Africa 2008 Mandela 5 Rand
Two varieties of the South Africa Proof 2008 Mandela 5 Rand are recognized by NGC.
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NGC-certified Chinese Rarity Tops $1 Million Mark in Hong Kong Auction
Sale sets a new world-record price for a modern Chinese-certified coin.
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NGC Is Hiring World Coin Specialists
NGC is looking for full-time World coin specialists to join our team.
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Chaos and Coinage: Post-Reform Bronze Issues of the Byzantine Empire
By Josh Illingworth, NGC Ancients Grader
This month, NGC Ancients examines the coinage reforms of the Byzantine emperor Anastasius I (A.D. 491-518).
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Counterfeit Detection: 1870-CC Quarter
By Max Spiegel, Numismatic Researcher
The 1870-CC is the key to the Seated Liberty quarter series. Read about the counterfeit that was submitted and how our experts recognized it.
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USA Coin Album: Cleaned Copper May Be Challenging to Detect
By David W. Lange, NGC Research Director
This month Dave discusses the difficulty of detecting cleaned copper and bronze coins.
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NumisMedia Market Report: Collectors Rule the Market
In the past month, gold had moved over $1,900 an ounce, only to fall back to under $1,600 at one point on September 26. It has settled around the $1,620 area; nonetheless it is anything but settling.
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From the NGC Archives: 1837 Capped Bust Dime
The United States Mint at Philadelphia first utilized steam power to drive its coin presses in 1836, and coins made after that date benefited from the more efficient squeezing action of such presses, as opposed to the quick bang of the old screw press.
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World Coins: The Coinage of the White Rajahs of Sarawak: Part 1 Rajah James Brooke
By Jay Turner, NGC Grader
The story of Sarawak goes back thousands of years, but the tradition of its state coinage started with James Brooke, a white Englishman born in India.
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2011 America the Beautiful 5 oz. Silver Uncirculated Coin™ — Gettysburg National Military Park
The US Mint announces that the 2011 America the Beautiful 5 oz. Silver Uncirculated Gettysburg Quarter goes on sale September 22, 2011.
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