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During the last 8-10 months, I have been collecting European medals. Most of them are French, Belgian and Swiss. I already know that NGC will not grade and encapsulate them, but some are in need of conservation. Will NCS perform conservation without encapsulation? If so, do you have any recommendations for shipping them? Some of the medals are as large as 80mm. What would be the cost for this service?


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We certainly can conserve your medals though certifying them may be a problem. The fees would be the same as any other numismatic item--4% of your declared value with a minimum of $20 per medal. Mark your form to "Return coins without grading" to receive the medals back in an uncertified state.


Flips for very large items can be difficult to find. Any sort of large poly bag or similar inert plastic sleeve is acceptable to package the medals for shipment.


Chris, NCS

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