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    NGC Announces Amagi Metals as Authorized Dealer

    Amagi Metals continues to build their brand in the numismatic world.

    Contact: [email protected]

    For immediate release (3/17/15):

    Denver, CO:
    Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC), the official coin authentication and grading service of the American Numismatic Association, has added Amagi Metals to its list of authorized dealers. NGC is the second numismatic grading corporation that has recognized Amagi Metals as an official dealer in the past six months, joining the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) in granting Amagi Metals that recognition.

    Amagi Metal’s new NGC membership was published on the heels of the recent announcement of Amagi Metals formation of its Numismatic Division. The Amagi Metals product offerings are expanding to include a selected variety of numismatic coins, and Amagi Metal’s development of numismatic educational material has been spearheaded by long-time numismatic expert, Bob Bair, recently named Head of the Numismatic Division of Amagi Metals.

    NGC is universally accepted as one of the premier third party authentication and grading services available in the rare coin and collectibles industry. They will be offering consistent and accurate coin grading to Amagi Metals’ customers through secure submission procedures that have led NGC to the top of coin grading, since 1987.

    Amagi customers who want their rare, ancient, or historic coins third-party authenticated and graded will be able to present them for submission to NGC or PCGS at Amagi Metals’ Denver office, where customers will be provided with secure packaging, preparation, and submission of their coins. The coins are then sent to NGC or to PCGS, to be viewed by two to three expert graders who will provide their professional and unbiased opinion of the coins’ authenticity and condition and will then send back the coins in secure, tamper-proof plastic cases indicating NGC’s or PCGS’ official grade and certification.

    Amagi Metals plans to incorporate more services and products in the future to continue establishing their numismatic presence. Bob Bair, Head of the Amagi Numismatic Division states,

    Professional authentication and grading of one’s rare coins greatly enhances coin market acceptance of authenticity and grade of the coins, more firmly establishing value of the coins and facilitating sale of the coins when one desires to do so. As well, the personal fulfillment and pride of ownership from possessing professional third-party authenticated and graded coins adds satisfaction and security to the owner of these coins.

    To have your coins submitted to NGC, or to PCGS, by Amagi Metals, call to schedule an appointment (1-800-882-8496). Bob Bair can be contacted for additional numismatic advice and information: [email protected]

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    Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) is headquartered in Sarasota, FL. NGC is among the leaders in third-party coin and collectible authentication and grading. The knowledge, integrity and dedication of NGC’s team of numismatic professionals ensures you a world-class level of authentication and grading consistency. This record of consistency, built over the years, has helped to foster greater stability and security throughout the rare coin marketplace.

    Amagi Metals is headquartered in Denver, Colorado and specializes in gold and silver bullion for wealth preservation, crypto to bullion services, and other aspects of financial planning. This global company is a resource for education on sound money and financial responsibility, and the showroom is open for customers and scheduled numismatic meetings.

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