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  Volume 12, Issue 7 7/13  
 
NGC News
NGC Hires Keith Zaner to Serve as Price Guide Analyst
Keith will serve as pricing analyst for NGC's popular online value guides.
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NGC Hires Irma Kane as New West Coast Account Representative
Irma Kane joins NGC as an account representative, primarily working with NGC Authorized Dealers on the West Coast.
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Error Coins: Canadian 2013 Bald Eagle Silver $20 Coin
This Canadian 2013 Bald Eagle $20 coin was struck without the edge lettering.
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NGC to Show Tacasyl Collection at World's Fair of Money
NGC will display the one-of-a-kind Tacasyl Collection at the ANA World's Fair of Money in Chicago.
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NGC Grading On-site in Chicago
NGC will offer on-site grading and encapsulation of US coins at the ANA World's Fair of Money.
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Expert to Consult at NGC Booth
Renowned numismatist Mark Salzberg will offer free consultations to collectors at the NGC tables during the World's Fair of Money in Chicago.
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NGC Ancients: An Ancient Overstrike
By Josh Illingworth, NGC Ancients
This month, NGC Ancients highlights a silver stater of Locri Epizephyrii.
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Counterfeit Detection: Genuine 1878-CC Double Eagle with Unusual Diagnostics
By Max Spiegel, NGC
One particularly unusual diagnostic is called a “die gouge” – a sometimes large, errant raised line that is not part of a coin’s design.
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USA Coin Album: Transitional Pairs — Part Five
By David W. Lange, NGC Research Director
David's study of transitional pairs, coins of the same denomination and date struck with different designs, shifts this month to 20th-century issues. The first 40 years of the past century were rich in overlapping coin types, including some of the most popular designs sought by collectors.
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World Coins: Gold and Silver Panda Party
By Peter Anthony
The 1991 10,000 Yuan Gold Panda weighs 5,000 grams and is the elephant of the series.
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From the NGC Archives: 1859 Copper Pattern Half Dollar J-240, P-296
Pattern coins are struck as needed to illustrate a proposed new denomination, design or metallic composition. While formerly sold openly by the United States Mint, these coins are now routinely destroyed once their original purpose has been served.
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World Coins: Tourist Shop Counterfeits
By Jay Turner, NGC Grader
Counterfeit coins are found in many tourist shops abroad. Here are some of the most popular fakes we've encountered.
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2013 American Buffalo One-ounce Gold Reverse Proof Coin
This anniversary edition captures the beauty of coin design and the modernization of coin production over the last 100 years in one magnificent showpiece.
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The 62nd IAPN General Assembly
The International Association of Professional Numismatists held their annual meeting May 23–26 in Leipzig, Germany.
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Texas and Louisiana Expand Sales Tax Exemptions
By Industry Council for Tangible Assets
Texas and Louisiana have eliminated the $1,000 threshold for rare coins and precious metals.
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Protecting Your Gold and Your Family
By Universal Coin & Bullion
Owning gold and other valuables comes with great responsibility. Here are some common-sense tips for protecting your valuables and family.
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Eric P. Newman Auction Part II Set for November in New York City
The second eagerly anticipated offering of numismatic rarities from Newman's legendary collection will be on the auction block Nov. 15 and 16.
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