There have been many complaint journal entries in past few weeks, including the one I wrote. I have submitted 26 coins in late October (yes, in October!) and received them 45 days later. I know that NGC's grading is very reputable, but turn around time is something they need to work on. Has anybody out there received their graded coins after 45 days or longer? Am I the only person? I have wrote emails to NGC numerous times about the coins whereabouts. If I have not written emails to them, I
I have been submitting coin sets to NGC and asked them to slab them in the multi-coin holder. Multi-coin holder seems to be a good idea to keep the coin sets together instead of keeping them individually. I specifically instructed them in the "special instruction" section to put certain coins in the multi-coin holder. Out of about 8 coin sets, only 1 set has been slabbed in the multi-coin holder after I sent an complaint email and talking to Scott Heller, the person who is in charge of multi-
I have a rare (very rare) silver coin that has a hole on the top of the coin. I reckon, someone was trying to make a necklace out of it. Does NGC accept such coin for grading, and is it worth to have graded with a hole?
1880/9-s Morgan, Vam 11 Hot 50 NGC MS67 PL?
I have just aquired a 1880/9-S Medium S Vam 11 Hot 50 NGC MS67 PL. This Morgan is not found in the NGC population report. Can someone confirm this for me?? If so, how do I have it included? This is truly a unique Morgan graded by NGC. Can someone tell me what "HOT 50" is??