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Hi, I was wondering whn exactly NGC started using the "CA" designation on Proof coins. The reason I'm asking is I have a 1902 Barber Quarter graded by NGC as Proof 63 and it is not designated a cameo although it definately is a cameo.


Also, is there a way that I can find out exactly when my coin was graded by NGC?

Thanks, Jim

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The CAMEO designation was applied only to gold proofs and modern proofs until about five years ago, when it was extended to all proof coins of the brilliant style finish. Your coin may have been certified before that time. You may submit it in the holder under our Designation Review service at $10 to see whether it will CAMEO.


As for when a particular coin was certified, NGC does not provide that information.

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