A pattern Rouble 1825 on behalf of the designated tsar Constantine realized astonishing $2.64 million. Thus it has become the most expensive world coin sold in a Stack’s Bowers auction. What makes this particular coin so special?
The Certified Collectibles Group has increased its Sarasota footprint to 82,000 square feet. This has proved necessary as the company has been hiring at a rapid pace. The collectors’ market is booming and thus demand for certification services.
Certified Collectibles Group will launch a new company in February: Certified Sports Guaranty will be specialized in the field of sports card. CCG thus enters the highly competitive market of sports cards.
A rare English gold coin struck during the reign of Queen Anne and certified by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation realized over $300,000 in a Spink sale on September 15, 2020. That is more than double its pre-auction estimate.
Mark Salzberg, Chairman of the Certified Collectibles Group, recently shared his thoughts on the ongoing pandemic and its effects on the collectibles markets. He says: the markets have not merely survived the COVID-19 crisis – they thrived. A paradoxon? Read on!
Over the course of a year, Heritage will offer the superb collection of early US coins by Donald G. Partrick. Among the rarities now graded by NGC are not just one, but two of the famous Brasher Doubloons, fabled rarities that rank among the most prized coins in all of numismatics.
The Royal Mint has partnered with Numismatic Guaranty Corporation. NGC is to grade and encapsulate portions of the British coins directly. This service aims especially at online buyers and those who will sell their coins again on the secondary market.
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation certified the Beeston Collection of over 200 British error coins with many different types of unusual and appealing errors. The whole collection can be now viewed online in the NGC Registry.