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  Volume 13, Issue 8 8/14  
 
NGC News
NGC Grades Newman Collection Part V
The Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society has enlisted NGC to certify Part V of the Newman Collection, which includes five significant 1792 Washington pieces.
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NGC Grades 2014 Silver Pandas with Hand-signed Label
NGC has encapsulated 2014 Silver 10 Yuan Panda coins with special certification labels that were individually hand-signed by Rocky Zhao, the coin’s designer.
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NGC Registry News
By Collectors Society
Check out the latest US and world sets added to the NGC Registry.
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NGC Executives Receive Prestigious Awards from PNG
Steven R. Eichenbaum, CEO of the Certified Collectibles Group, and Rick Montgomery, president of NGC, were honored with two significant awards at the Professional Numismatists Guild (PNG) banquet, Monday, August 4.
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NGC Author / Research Director Wins Award
The Numismatic Literary Guild presented NGC Research Director David W. Lange with the James L. Miller Memorial Award.
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Submit Coins to NGC at Long Beach
NGC will be accepting submissions at booth #431 at the Long Beach Expo. Stop by to drop off your coins and chat with our team!
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NGC Introduction to Grading Class at Whitman Winter Expo
By Collectors Society
NGC will be offering its popular Introduction to Grading class at the Whitman Baltimore Winter Expo on Saturday, November 1. Register today!
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Counterfeit Detection: 1842-O Seated Liberty Dime
By Max Spiegel, NGC
The design details on this counterfeit Seated Liberty Dime are soft, especially at Liberty’s head, the Phrygian cap and the shield on the obverse.
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USA Coin Album: The Coins of 1916 — Part 2
By David W. Lange, NGC Research Director
“Please forward without delay five pairs of dime dies of the old design to Denver and to SF Mint.” This was the instruction of US Mint Director F. J. H. von Engelken to Philadelphia Mint Superintendent Adam Joyce in September 1916, when the new dime type scheduled to debut that year was not ready for coining.
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World Coins: Counterfeit India 1862 Gold Mohur
By Jay Turner, NGC Finalizer
The repeating contact marks on these India 1862 Gold Mohurs identify them as counterfeits.
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NCS Conservation Showcase: 1936 Norfolk 50-cent Piece
PVC coin holders are not intended for long-term storage and often leave residues on coins. And these residues aren't just unattractive — they can be destructive.
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From the NGC Archives: 1842 Seated Liberty Dime
The seated figure of Liberty was one of the most familiar images to Americans during the 1840s, and its use on the dime continued as late as 1891.
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Chinese Coins: 5-star Pandas
By Peter Anthony
A group of Panda coins display the five-star symbol of the People’s Republic of China on the obverse.
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Lissner Collection Brings Over $6 Million
Hundreds of coins from the Richard L. Lissner Collection brought world-record prices when auctioned early this month.
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Rare World Coins Excite Bidders in Stack's Bowers ANA Auction
The first sessions included ancients as well as rare paper money and coins from around the world.
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