Matt G

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  1. Oversize Holder Submission

    Thank you for your question. Over-sized coins must be placed on a separate submission form from your normal sized coins. If the over-sized coins qualify for the same grading tier they can be placed on one form together.
  2. Coin world Magazine

    Thank you for your question. Please find the link to coin world below as you would need a subscription for the magazines. Please note that we are not affiliated with coin world therefore you would need to contact them directly regarding this. https://www.coinworld.com/
  3. edward vii gold coin

    Thank you for your question. Matte proof is a proof strike coin with a "sandblasted" textured appearance.The surface may appear granular and dull rather than modern proof coins which have a mirror-like finish. Please provide clear images of the coins in question and I will see if our experts can help identify them. Thank you
  4. US 2002 p Indiana State Coin Error

    My apologies for the delayed response as I was not notified of your recent question. Our graders would need to examine the coin to determine if it is a mint error or a post production alteration/error. We would not be able to attribute a coin as a mint error if post production alteration was done. To submit coins you can become a paid member of our collector society or you can submit through an NGC authorized dealer below. https://www.ngccoin.com/submit-coins/how-to-submit.aspx
  5. conserving a slabbed coin

    Thank you for your question. You will not lose the pedigree as long as the coin is submitted in the original NGC holder. Our graders will examine the coin to see if conservation will benefit the coin, if they approve NCS we will conserve, regrade and holder the coin with the original pedigree.
  6. 1982 3.0D lincoln memorial pennies

    Thank you for your question. Our graders would need to see the coin to determine the condition and possible variety of the coin. To submit coins for grading you would need to become a paid member of our collector society or you can submit through an NGC authorized dealer. Both options are listed at the link below. https://www.ngccoin.com/submit-coins/how-to-submit.aspx
  7. Express Tier Box Marking

    Thank you for your question. Please write "EX" in bold letters on all sides of the box. Our receiving department sorts through the packages at time of delivery and pulls out the Express and Walkthrough submissions for processing. Please ship to PO BOX 4776 using the carrier of your choice as this will not impact our processing time.
  8. One cent over date?

    Thank you for your question. We do not have this variety as one that we do attribute per our list below. We would need to see the coin in hand to determine if it is a new variety. https://www.ngccoin.com/coin-varieties/half-cents-and-cents/lincoln-cents-vscid-21/
  9. Cleaning a gummy holder

    Thank you for your question. We do not have a particular product that we endorse but we have heard that a very small bit of "goo gone" may do the trick.
  10. What do you know about 1961 Franklin proof 70 full strike

    Thank you for your question. I am not familiar with this organization. I would suggest using a google search or posting on the NGC chatboard forum as others may have knowledge of them.
  11. Bulk submission.

    Thank you for your question. Please be sure to fill out and send in the proper submission forms along with the coins. You are able to place coins of the same grading tier on one invoice together. If all coins do not qualify for the same tier you must fill out additional submission forms. Most of the coins you are referring to may qualify for the Economy/Value tier which is for non-gold coins valued up to $300 each. As an elite member you are able to submit with our bulk program. The bulk program is when you submit 100 or more of the same type of coin and chose the minimum acceptable grade. https://www.ngccoin.com/submit/services-fees/
  12. One-Sided NCS

    Thank you for your question. We are able to remove residue from the side of the coin. When filling out the submission form please specify the area of the coin in which you want conservation to be done.
  13. 1967 Lincoln cent rev doubling error?

    Thank you for your question. Our graders would need to see the coin in hand to make a proper determination on if the coin has doubling. From the pictures it looks like the coin may have doubling on the "A."
  14. Security feature for stolen NGC coins?

    Thank you for your question. NGC labels are printed with a unique NGC certification number. If NGC receives a police report identifying the NGC certification numbers of coins that have been stolen, it will note that the numbers have been reported stolen in its system. A list of NGC-certified numbers that have been reported stolen is not made publicly available by NGC. This list is used by NGC to identify coins that have been reported stolen if they are later submitted to NGC. We wish you the best of luck in retrieving your stolen items.
  15. NGC Labels

    Thank you for your question. We do consider the estimated volume before creating any coin label. For a full listing of the labels available to our submitters please click the link below. Please note, some labels are created for sole use by a particular dealer which grants them exclusive submission privileges to that particular label. You will not see these labels listed at the link below as they are not available to other submitters. Unfortunately, we do not have any other "country" labels pending release. https://www.ngccoin.com/coin-grading/labels/