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Conder Tokens

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Seems like I've seen some of the 18th Century British tokens grade by NGC. Do you grade them and what about the edge lettering? Are the Dalton and Hammer numbers used on the label? Thanks much. Best2u.

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18th Century British Token Coinage as listed in the Dalton & Hamer, Davis, Bell and Withers references has been added to the list of material that can be submitted under the NGC Token & Medal Tier.


Items valued up to $100 cost $10 each and items valued over $100 cost $15 each. Attribution is included in the submission fee.


This material is certified with its appropriate reference number (D&H number etc..). Since the edge is usually described in the reference works under the particular variety number it is not including on the certification label.


Whenever possible, tokens are described by Date, reference number, place of issue or issuer. We try to provide as much information about the token and its attribution as possible within the space limitations of the certification label.


NCS also accepts this material for its conservation, authentication and/or details grading services.


Other items currently being accepted by NGC under its token and medal tier includes:

Hard Times Tokens as listed in Rulau

Civil War Tokens as listed in Fuld

So-Called Dollars as listed in Hibler & Kappen

US Mint medals as listed in Julian reference.

Merchant tokens as listed in Rulau


(More types of material will be added as the service develops and based on the requests of collectors and dealers of such material.)



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