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  Volume 11, Issue 11 11/12  
 
NGC News
NGC to Recognize Frosted and Mirrored Bamboo on 2003 Gold Chinese Pandas
NGC expands VarietyPlus program to include frosted bamboo and mirrored bamboo for the gold 20-Yuan and 100-Yuan Chinese Panda coins.
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NGC Attends the 2012 Beijing International Coin Expo
At the Beijing show, more than 90% of the certified coins were graded by NGC.
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NGC, NCS and PMG at the 2012 Korea Money Fair
Collectors and dealers expressed a strong preference for NGC® and PMG® certification in Korea.
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Have Your Coins Graded On-site at Whitman Baltimore
NGC will offer on-site grading of US coins at the Whitman Baltimore Expo. All coins submitted for on-site grading will be evaluated for Plus Designation at time of grading.
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NGC Accepting Submissions at Houston Money Show
NGC will be accepting submissions for all regular service levels at the Houston Money Show.
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NGC Ancients: Silver Tetradrachms of Azes and the Enduring Legacy of Alexander the Great
By David Vagi, Director of NGC Ancients
Demand for “exotic” ancient coins has increased sharply in the last decade. One especially popular type is a silver tetradrachm of the Indo-Scythian King Azes. Samples of this coin and a variety of other ancient coins are being featured in a special eBay event.
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Counterfeit Detection: 1882 Three Dollar Gold Piece
By Max Spiegel, Numismatic Researcher
On the Omega three dollar coins, the counterfeiter’s signature can be seen within the loop of the R in LIBERTY.
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USA Coin Album: Coin Ghosts of Christmas Past
By David W. Lange, NGC Research Director
Because the holiday season is rapidly approaching, I’ll finally break precedent and do something I've never done before — write a holiday-themed column.
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NumisMedia Market Report: Best-Kept Secret – 1879 to 1890 Seated Halves
There are many ways to collect coins, such as complete sets of Indian and Lincoln cents, Buffalo nickels, Washington quarters, Walking Liberty halves and, of course, highly favored silver dollars. Some of these sets are quite difficult to complete because of the extreme rarity of one or two coins — like the 1894 S Barber Dime.
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From the NGC Archives: 1910 S Barber Half Dollar
Named for its designer and sculptor, Charles Barber, this half dollar was minted from 1892 through 1915.
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PVC Contamination on Modern Chinese Coins and the NCS Solution
Numismatic Conservation Services (NCS) can safely remove PVC residue.
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Numismatica Genevensis VII
Hundreds of high-quality ancient, world, Islamic and US coins will be offered in Geneva, Switzerland, on Nov. 27-28 at the seventh auction of Numismatica Genevensis SA.
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US Mint Releases Uncirculated Coin Honoring Denali
Featuring an image of Denali National Park and Preserve, this is the fifth coin to be released in the 2012 America the Beautiful Five-ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin™ series.
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