2017 American Liberty Proof Silver Medal

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NGC Certifies Chinese 1910 and 1911 Vienna Mint Rarities

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NGC Accepting Submissions at Long Beach Expo

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Rare 1942 and 1943 Wrong Planchet Cents

Unknown 1943 "copper" cents and two wrong planchet errors recently certified by NGC

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NGC 30th Anniversary Red Book Promo

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NGC's New Mobile App

The free app features some of NGC's most popular resources

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What is NGC Certification Verification?

Enter a coin's NGC certification number (circled in the image) and grade to confirm its description and grade in NGC's database and, if available, the images of the coin taken by NGC. This tool can help you to verify that your NGC holder is genuine and has not been tampered with.

  • For coins that have a grade of 1 to 70, enter the certification number, select the numeric grade in the dropdown menu and click "Go."
  • For coins that do not have a numeric grade, enter the certification number, select "Non-Numeric" in the dropdown menu and click "Go."

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