You can grade most any coin just by paying the fees https://www.ngccoin.com/submit/services-fees/ngc/
, the question is why are you wanting to grade? If the value shown in the price guide https://www.ngccoin.com/price-guide/united-states/
for the potential grade it may be given is higher than the costs to grade and you wish to sell a coin thats one possible reason to grade a coin. Since many modern coins only have value in the difficult to find highest grade(s), then its likely that you would not generally be wise to send many of those off. since they are unlikely .to come back in those highest grades. Grading is mostly to identify the condition of a coin and also in some cases to prove a coin is authentic (not fake) or recognize a variety or error. For example on NGC
site they have varietyplus section which is a comprehensive guide of NGC-recognized varieties if you sent it in to NGC
for grading a variety they would identify. Anacs is another grading service that identifies other errors, but there are always costs involved with grading so its always important to understand a potential value vs the costs of grading and some coins and errors have value without grading (and are too low value to grade) and are sold 'raw' without grading.
Edited by datadragon
08/21/2022 10:40 am