The following is a Press Release from Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) announcing they will be offering special labels for the upcoming 2020 Limited Edition Silver Proof Set. The grading company outlines that the set must come sealed in the Mint’s packaging in order to qualify.
NGC will offer special labels for coins in the annual eight-coin silver proof set. Submissions must be received in the sealed US Mint shipping box to be eligible for the set designation. Special submission instructions must be followed. Please see the “Submission instructions” section of this article.
The US Mint is releasing the 2020-S Limited Edition Silver Proof Set on December 10, 2020. Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®) is celebrating the coins’ release by encapsulating them with an attractive label that pays tribute to the city where they were struck, as well as a special designation of Limited Edition Set.
The coins included in the set are a 2020-S Proof American Silver Eagle, a 2020-S Proof Silver Kennedy Half Dollar, five different 2020-S Proof Silver America the Beautiful Quarters and a 2020-S Proof Silver Roosevelt Dime.
Only 50,000 Limited Edition 2020 Proof Sets will be sold.
Sets received by NGC within the first 30 days of release are eligible for NGC’s popular Early Releases and First Releases designations, along with the Limited Edition Set designation. Learn more about Early Releases and First Releases here. For Early Releases / First Releases cutoff dates, here.
- Please note: The 2020-S Limited Edition Silver Proof Sets must be received in the sealed Mint shipping box to receive the Limited Edition Set pedigree.
- All coins submitted must be graded.
- Submit the coins under the Modern grading tier or higher.
- If you would like Mint packaging returned, select “Return Mint Packaging” on the NGC Submission Form. The fee is $5, plus the cost of shipping.
The following designations are available for the coins in this set:
|Limited Edition Set||+$5 per coin||By default. (Note: The set must be received in the sealed Mint shipping box.) The Limited Edition Set designation can be combined with an Early Releases or First Releases designation or used without a Releases designation.|
|Early Releases||+$12 per coin||On the US submission form, select Early Releases under Box 7. See cut-off dates here.|
|First Releases||+$12 per coin||On the US submission form, select First Releases under Box 7. See cut-off dates here.|
|(No Designation)||Free||By request. (Note: The Limited Edition Set designation is by default, unless specified otherwise.)|
The following labels are available for the coins in this set:
San Francisco Cable Car #854
|Included with the fee for the Limited Edition Set designation||By default. (Enter San Francisco Cable Car Label #854 on your submission form.)|
Early Releases #378
|Included with fee for Early Releases designation||Select Early Releases and enter Early Releases #378 on your submission form. Otherwise, San Francisco Cable Car Label #854 will be used.|
First Releases #379
|Included with fee for First Releases designation||Select First Releases and enter First Releases #379 on your submission form. Otherwise, San Francisco Cable Car Label #854 will be used.|
NGC Standard Brown #377
|Free||By request. (Enter Standard Brown Label #377on your submission form.) (Note: If the Limited Edition Set designation is requested, an additional $5 fee per coin will still apply.)|
Questions? Contact NGC Customer Service at service@NGCcoin.com or 1-800-NGC-COIN (1-800-642-2646).
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NGC’s First Day of Issue designation and labels are available for select bulk submissions only. To qualify for First Day of Issue, coins must be purchased within one day of the first day that a mint makes a new coin issue available for sale and must be received by NGC or an NGC-approved depository within one week of the release date. NGC will require that the submitter provide adequate evidence (including purchase receipts) to demonstrate the date when the coins were purchased.