Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Derrick Combs, Oct 24, 2020.
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See pretty noob still. I will look into this as well. I didn't even realize there was an option like this.
ANA Members Can Submit Coins Directly to NGC
One of the most popular benefits of ANA membership is the opportunity to submit coins to NGC for grading. To set up a ANA Submitter account with NGC, simply print and return the application. There is no charge for an ANA Submitter account.
ANA Submitters are also entitled to submit to Numismatic Conservation Services (NCS) and Paper Money Guaranty (PMG), both independent members of the Certified Collectibles Group.
I agree. This is the best way to get to submit to NGC. You get a lot more by being an ANA member.
There's nothing wrong with them but if you ever want to sell slabbed coins, those in NGC and PCGS holders will probably get you more.
I wouldn't trash ICG that much. I've bought some nice coins in ICG holders that were graded fairly.
I don't own a single slab that isn't pcgs or ngc yet. For this reason only. I'm not buying these things so I can die with a hoard...
This is what I am going to do.
Most of us are aware that ANACS/ICG are generally more lenient and often look away when grading lightly cleaned coins. However they are still experts and I am positive both services are able to grade Washington quarters or Mercury dimes according to their standards ;-)
Thursday there was an MS 66+ SLQ in an ICG slab in the biweekly Silver City auction that would probably grade at least MS 66 at either NGC or PCGS. It sold for similar recent auction prices for NGC or PCGS slabs at similar grades. The bottom line is that better coins will sell well in most holders as the buyers willing to shell out bigger bucks will bid on the coin in the slab, not the TPG. That's usually not the case for common low to mid range coins. Sometimes a knowledgeable buyer can find a bargain in an ANACS or ICG slab.
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