NGC-certified 1937 British Pattern Penny Realizes £133,200
The extremely rare 1937 Edward VIII Pattern Bronze Penny is believed to be one of only two examples in private hands. It is graded NGC PF 63+ RB.
Neil Armstrong’s Gold Robbins Medal, certified by NGC and CAG, Sells for More Than $2 Million
Graded NGC MS 67 and certified by CAG, the gold medal is one of only three made and was carried by Armstrong on his history-making mission to the moon.
Rare Coin Certified by NGC Realizes Nearly $4 Million
The 1885 Proof Trade Dollar, pedigreed by NGC to the Eliasberg Collection, was purchased at an auction in January 2019.
NGC-graded Cent Sells for $ at Florida Auction
The first-known example of the famous 1943 copper cent mint error, it was received in change in 1947 by teenager Don Lutes Jr.
NGC Confirms Discovery of Fourth Known 1854-S $5
Originally thought to be a counterfeit, the coin was brought to NGC, whose experts determined that it is actually genuine and worth millions.
Coins Found in Pulaski Wreck off North Carolina
NCS and NGC have been selected to conserve, grade and encapsulate the coins recovered from the SS Pulaski shipwreck, one of the most significant early American shipwrecks.
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
NGC-certified 1792 Birch Cent Sells for $ Million
The proposed design for the first US cents was graded MS 65 RB by NGC and was purchased by a California coin dealer at an auction in Orlando.
NGC-graded Rare Gold Coin Valued at More Than $ Million Displayed
The finest 1787 Brasher Doubloon, graded NGC MS 63, is considered to be one of the most important coins in American numismatics.
NEW YORK TIMES
NGC-certified Newman Coins Top $44 Million
A 1776 Continental Dollar graded NGC MS 63 achieved one of the highest prices from Eric P. Newman's unparalleled collection.
NGC-certified 1880 “Stella” Sells for $ Million
The extremely rare $4 gold piece is among the "white whales" of the coin collecting world. This coin was graded PF 67 Cameo by NGC.
Collector Pays $5M for Rare Gold Coin Graded by NGC
The extremely rare 1804 Eagle ($10) was actually struck in 1834 for President Andrew Jackson to give to foreign dignitaries.