Verify NGC CertificationEnter a coin's NGC certification number (circled in the image) and grade to confirm its description and grade in NGC's database and, if available, view images of the coin taken by NGC. Learn more <
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What is NGC Certification Verification?This tool can help you to verify that your NGC holder is genuine and has not been tampered with. It can also be a useful starting point to research your NGC-certified coin. InstructionsEnter a coin's NGC certification number (circled in the image) and grade to confirm its description and grade in NGC's database and, if available, view the images of the coin taken by NGC. For coins that have a grade of 1 to 70, enter the certification number, select the numeric grade in the dropdown menu and click "Go."For coins with an NGC Details grade, select "NGC Details" in the dropdown menu and click "Go."For coins graded by NGC Ancients, select "NGC Ancients" in the dropdown menu and click "Go."For anything else, select "Other" in the dropdown menu and click "Go." See FAQs <
NGC certification verification
Hi everyone, It's been a while but I am glad to be back. I recently bought an NGC certified coin on eBay. However, I am concerned that it may be a fake certification. Is there any way to tell if my coin is really certified or a fraud? Can I find out if this particular serial number exists in the NGC database with all the matching info? How would I go about this? Thanks
NGC introduces verification tool
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation introduced a new tool on its Web site to verify the certification information of all NGC-certified coins, it announced April 2. When available, enlargeable images of both sides of an encapsulated coin are shown alongside information from the NGC certification database. The NGC database includes a complete record of coins graded by NGC since it began operations in 1987. Concurrent with the release of its newest generation holder in October, NGC began a comprehensive coin imaging project, photographing coins after encapsulation by NGC as part of the regular certification process. The primary purpose of these security images is to deter tampering with, counterfeiting, or otherwise manipulating an NGC holder. Today the image archive accessible through this tool includes pictures of nearly 1 million NGC-certified coins. The certification verification tool is available at no charge to NGC Collectors Society members of all levels and to NGC Authorized Dealers. It can be found at www.NGCcoin.comunder the “NGC Research” heading of the main navigation menu by selecting the option labeled “Verify Certification.” To use the tool, users are instructed simply to enter the certification number that appears on the label inside a coin’s holder. “In combination with the enhanced security features of NGC’s newest holder, this online verification tool provides the highest level of protection against counterfeiting yet available to collectors and dealers,” said Scott Schechter, NGC vice president of sales and marketing. “We believe that this is a meaningful step towards creating a more secure international marketplace for certified coins.”
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