NGC and PMG are accepting regular submissions in Chicago.
NGC and PMG will be accepting regular submissions for all service levels* at the 2021 ANA World’s Fair of Money, in Chicago, Illinois, from Tuesday, August 10 through 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 14, 2021. Cut-off time may change due to submission volumes. Check with NGC and PMG staff at our booth to confirm the submission cut-off time.
All submissions will be sent to NGC/PMG headquarters in Sarasota, Florida for authentication, grading and encapsulation. Services include ancient, U.S., and world coin grading, U.S. and world note grading, PreScreen Bulk submissions, imaging, and more.
Special Note: Due to the special handling required, NGC and PMG do not accept submissions of the following coins and notes at this show: Coins and notes for First/Early Releases designations, coins over 3.5” (90 millimeters) in diameter* and .39” (10 millimeters) in depth and coins that NGC requires to be submitted in original Mint sealed packing, including:
- Coin & Chronicles sets
- Coin & Currency sets
- American Liberty Four-Medal Set
- March of Dimes Three-Coin Set
- West Point Two-Coin Set
- San Francisco Two-Coin Proof set
- 30th Anniversary Eagles
- 25th Anniversary Eagles
- 20th Anniversary Eagles
- American Liberty Series
- 10th Anniversary Platinum sets
These submissions must be sent directly to NGC and PMG headquarters in Sarasota, Florida, by the submitter.
*Up to and including five-ounce coins. Coins larger than five ounces are not accepted and must be sent directly to NGC headquarters in Sarasota, Florida, by the submitter.
Questions before the event can be directed to NGC and PMG Customer Service at or , or 1-800-NGC-COIN (642-2646) or 1-877-PMG-5570 (764-5570). During the convention, please visit our booth to get answers to any questions about services offered by NGC and PMG.
Please remember that NGC and PMG do not provide opinions or free evaluations of coins at trade shows.
NGC and PMG are the official grading services of the ANA, PNG, and many other coin and paper money collecting organizations. To learn more, click here.
Press release courtesy of the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.