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  Volume 6, Issue 9 9/07  
NGC News
The 2007 NGC Registry Awards
Does your coin collection have what it takes to be the best? Enter it into NGC’s 2007 Registry Awards and give it a chance to shine.
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World Coins Accepted For On-Site Grading At September Long Beach
In addition to our usual on-site services, NGC World Coin grader Ken Krah will be there to accept world coins for on-site grading.
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Not What They Seem
In the years since the U.S. opened multiple mints, there have been a number of instances in which coins have been struck without a mintmark letter. NGC’s David Lange examines the history of these anonymous coins.
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Unlimited Potential in Classic Coins
By NumisMedia
If you’re looking for the "real deal" in rarity, keep in mind that modern issues have a higher percentage of certified high grades than older classic coins. Numismedia has the full study inside.
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The Connecticut State Quarter
Jay Turner explores the fascinating history behind the Connecticut state quarter’s iconography and recounts the story of the famous Chart Oak Tree.
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Identifying a Cast Counterfeit
Even a cast counterfeit can be deceptive when it has been improperly cleaned. Skip Fazzari describes the warning signs to watch out for.
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