Our Commitment to India
Posted on 12/16/2020
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation™ (NGC®), Numismatic Conservation Services™ (NCS®), and Paper Money Guaranty™ (PMG®) have been committed to serving the India collectibles market since launching NGCcoin.in and PMGnotes.in in 2019.
Since then, our team has been fortunate enough to visit India five times, including two on-site grading events. In June and November of 2019, a PMG team traveled to Chennai and Bangalore, respectively, to perform authentication, grading and encapsulation. Due to the pandemic, NGC, NCS and PMG have not been able to travel for most of 2020, but we remain dedicated to our Indian collectors and dealers.
In 2019, NGC introduced a special label to honor India. It features the renowned Taj Mahal in Agra, the international symbol of the nation of India. In 1983, the architectural feat was deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The label is available for all common date modern (1955 and later) India coins.
During an unprecedented year, NGC, NCS and PMG have continued to develop their presence in India. We look forward to working more closely with our Official Submission Centers to expand our expert and impartial services.
Submissions to NGC in India can be made through Marudhar Arts and Todywalla Auctions. To learn more about submitting to our submission centers in India, click here.
“While this year presented us with unforeseen obstacles, we have worked hard to ensure the hobby continues to thrive,” said Steven R. Eichenbaum, CEO of NGC, NCS and PMG. “We are proud to serve India’s vibrant market and are looking forward to future trips and on-site grading events.”
If you have questions or would like more information about how NGC, NCS and PMG can serve you, visit our websites or call or email customer service. For more information about our India affiliate, NGC India Numismatic Services Private Ltd. (NGC India), email [email protected] or [email protected].
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