New NGC Label and Pedigree for Canada's First Gold Coins
Posted on 1/28/2013
Much excitement surrounded the recent release of 30,000 vintage Canada gold coins by the Royal Canadian Mint. (Click here to learn more.) Struck from 1912 to 1914, these $5 and $10 gold pieces were the first gold coins minted in Canada and have been stored in the vaults of the Bank of Canada for 75 years. To honor this special release NGC is offering a unique Bank of Canada Hoard label and pedigree.
Special instructions must be followed in order for coins to qualify for this label and pedigree.
- Submit the coins in the sealed Royal Canadian Mint capsules.
- Select the World Gold Tier or higher. 5-coin minimum is waived for these submissions.
- Coins for this designation must be on their own submission invoice. The coins cannot be mixed with other coins to qualify for this label and pedigree.
- If you want Mint capsules returned, select “Return packaging” in the Services box on the submission form.
Dealers should contact NGC for bulk submission instructions and guidelines.
Questions? Contact NGC Customer Service at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-NGC-COIN (1-800-642-2646).
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