NGC upgrades certified roll

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) has upgraded its certified roll holder with a new, patent-pending design.

The second generation certified roll boasts enhanced security features and can accommodate a wide range of NGC’s popular special labels, including its hand-signed labels.


NGC’s new certified rolls feature a fused hologram that includes a dozen covert and overt elements to defend against counterfeiting.

NGC’s certified roll provides “crystal-clear display” for a roll of 20 U.S. Silver Eagles or 20 Chinese Silver Pandas. The coins and descriptive NGC label are ultrasonically sealed inside the holder, which is made from high quality inert materials to provide superior long-term preservation and protection.

In addition to the security features of the NGC label, the new certified roll has a fused hologram that includes a dozen covert and overt elements to defend against counterfeiting. Like other NGC holders, the certified roll can be verified online with the Verify NGC Certification tool.

Coins graded Mint State-69 and lower may be encapsulated in the certified roll. All coins must be the same grade, but adjectival grades such as Gem Uncirculated are acceptable if the coins qualify. The certified roll is currently available for eligible bulk submissions of U.S. Silver Eagles and Chinese Silver Pandas.

For more information, contact Miles Standish at or Scott Heller at

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