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Did NGC ever use a flip for "slabbing"?

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NGC has graded the coin in an unusual manner. As the coin is clay they feared damaged in the encapsulation process so they provided very nice photos and a flip with the NGC info.
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Yes, this is true. NGC offers a Photo Cert option for coins that cannot go into one of the slabs either due to size or planchet material. I just had this done for several coins that were too big for their slabs.


They grade the coin and take a picture of both sides and the insert. The grade is not guaranteed.

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