Even though CNG’s and PMG’s on-site grading events had to be cancelled due to the coronavirus, PMG will make it possible for submitters to enjoy the same fast turnaround times of the companies’ popular on-site grading events until these events can resume.
Mark Salzberg, Chairman of the Certified Collectibles Group, recently shared his thoughts on the challenges of the current crisis. He analyses the situation and sums up how the branches of Certified Collectibles Group did adapt.
As the world faces an unprecedented economic and public health crisis, the numismatic markets have demonstrated incredible resiliency. Indeed, coins and banknotes represent one of the rare pockets of stability during this period of fear and uncertainty. A commentary from the specialists of NGC.
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation has certified one of the first 10 Morgan Dollars struck by the San Francisco Mint. Hundreds of millions of Morgan Dollars were struck from 1878 to 1921. The 1878-S Morgan Dollar certified by NGC ranks as one of the most important.
The respected Tokyo based company Taisei Coins Corporation will accept collectibles to be submitted to NGC, NCS and PMG as an Official Submission Center in Japan.
The NGC Shanghai office had the chance to grade a collection of Chinese patterns featuring the portrait of Mao Zedong. Mao was famously resistant to having his portrait on coinage, so the patterns were never adopted for circulation. NGC shares pictures of these rarities with the numismatic community.
Uncertified coins and banknotes on one of the world’s largest marketplaces will have a link to purchase a preliminary review by NGC and PMG experts. The Expert Review Services promise quick results and competitive prices.
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