Plus, current NGC Registry users get a special NGC Registry sample holdered coin when they visit us at booth 1822!
The free and fun NGC Registry is the hobby’s most comprehensive online coin collecting platform, with more than 22,000 users, 200,000 registered sets, and 1.3 million registered coins. This year, a member of the NGC Registry team will be at the ANA World’s Fair of Money, August 10-14, demonstrating how to use the NGC Registry and answering questions.
Plus, current NGC Registry users will get a special NGC Registry sample holdered coin when they visit the NGC booth, while new users who sign up during the show or at home between August 2 and August 22, 2021, will be entered to win prizes, including grading credits and NGC-certified coins. See below for details.
Created in 2001, the NGC Registry is a free-to-use online platform where collectors can organize and display their collections and compete against other collectors around the world for recognition and prizes. Every year, the NGC Registry awards prizes for outstanding sets, now totaling more than $30,000 in value!
How to Get an NGC Registry “ANA Chicago” Sample
The first 30 current NGC Registry users who visit the NGC booth at the World’s Fair of Money each day will receive a special NGC Registry sample holdered coin with an “ANA Chicago — Aug. 2021” pedigree. To receive a sample, current NGC Registry users should have a minimum of 10 coins in their inventory and two competitive sets.
New NGC Registry User Contest
Need another reason to join the NGC Registry? New NGC Registry users who sign up between August 2 and August 22, 2021, will be entered to win prizes, including 10 Economy grading credits ($222 value), a 1944-S Walking Liberty half dollar graded NGC MS-63, and a 2021 Canada Silver Maple Leaf graded NGC MS-69.
Just visit here and click “Join” or “Sign in” to sign up. It’s totally free to use and the website includes instructions to make participating in the NGC Registry simple and fun.
See you at booth 1822 at the ANA show!
Press release courtesy of the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.