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NCS Authentication, But Not Slabbed

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Will NCS authenticate and issue an insert for a numismatic item that cannot fit in a slab?


I have what might be a die trial on a hunk of flat metal that I'd be interested in submitting for authentication. There is some minor damage that I think might keep it from being graded by NGC. It's too big for a slab. If NCS can authenticate it, will they and will they issue an insert?

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NCS can create a photo certificate for items that may be too large to fit in a slab. Our photo certificate is similar to NGC's with a high resolution image of both sides of the coin along with an NCS label. This photo certificate can be created with either the genuine only or details grade services. Just as with our regular certification, if your piece can be graded with NGC, it will be transferred for an NGC photo certificate.


Chris, NCS

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