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NGC and NCS Announce Revised Services and Fees for 2023

The following is a Press Release from Numismatic Guaranty Company (NGC) announcing revised services and fees for 2023. The revised fees will go into effect on January 1, 2023 and will be applicable to all coins received for grading after that date.

Numismatic Guaranty Company™ (NGC®) and Numismatic Conservation Services™ (NCS®) are making a few updates to their submission forms, fees and tier requirements for 2022. A full list of the changes for NGC and NCS submissions is below. The updates are effective for submissions delivered to NGC on January 1, 2023, or later. Please be advised that all fees are per coin.

NGC Grading Tiers and Services

  • Gold / Specialty Gold – Tiers have been merged; fee changed to $35 per coin

NGC Add-on Services

  • Early / First Releases – fee changed to Tier + $15
  • Specialty Label – fee changed to Tier + $8
  • Mega Holder – fee changed to Tier + $250
  • Tokens & Medals – fee changed to Tier + $5
  • GSA – fee changed to Tier + $5

NGC ReHolders

  • Mega ReHolder – fee changed to $250

NGC Ancients Grading Tiers and Services

  • Express – fee changed to $135
  • Standard – fee changed to $55
  • Economy – fee changed to $33
  • Pre-screen / Bulk – fee changed to $27

NCS Conservation Tiers

  • NCS Modern – fee changed to $12

Updated submission forms and price sheets reflecting these changes will be available starting December 21, 2022, at All coins received by NGC on January 1, 2023, or later should be accompanied by the new submission form.

Reminder: For non-bulk submissions, the maximum number of coins per submission form is 50. Use multiple submission forms as needed. For bulk submissions, the minimum number of coins per submission form is 100.

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Any changes to international fees and forms will be announced separately.

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