17 September 2021
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Since 1987, NGC has graded more than 50 million coins, each one backed by the industry-leading NGC Guarantee.
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Coins certified by NGC realise higher prices at auctions around the world. In fact, a dozen coins certified by NGC have realised prices over $1 million so far at auctions in 2021.
They include a Great Britain 1937 Edward VIII Pattern 5 Sovereign graded NGC PF 67 Ultra Cameo that realised $2.28 million at a Heritage sale in March 2021, breaking the record for a British coin at auction. The coin is being offered again at an auction in Europe in October.
Meanwhile, a Great Britain 1839 "Una and the Lion" 5 Sovereign graded NGC PF 66★ Ultra Cameo realised a record $1.44 million at a Heritage Auctions sale in August 2021. To see the other seven-figure coins, go to https://www.ngccoin.uk/news/article/9362
Less than a year ago, another NGC-certified coin set a record for the highest price for an ancient coin at auction. An EID MAR aureus of Brutus that was certified by NGC Ancients sold for nearly $4.2 million in October 2020 at a sale by Roma Numismatics Limited, a United Kingdom-based specialist.
The EID MAR’s iconic design with two daggers and a liberty cap on its reverse celebrates the assassination of Julius Caesar on the Ides of March (March 15), 44 B.C.
To learn more, go to https://www.ngccoin.uk/news/article/8667