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25rubel » 18.12.2020, 04:47 hat geschrieben:ich meine gelesen zu haben, dass milchis nicht in die bewertung einfließen. ist dem so?
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Do white spots affect the NGC grade?
NGC will factor white spots into its grading of modern silver coins just as it does for black spots on copper coins and red spots on gold coins. Larger and more distracting spots will result in lower grades. Heavily spotted coins may receive an NGC Details Grade with an Environmental Damage notation.
The development of white spots after a coin is graded by NGC is not covered under the NGC Guarantee because these white spots occur unpredictably and through no fault of NGC’s. If an NGC-certified modern silver coin develops white spots, NGC will leave it in its original holder or reholder it with the original grade.