You can't cross it at NGC, they only accept PCGS graded coins for crossover.
Are you asking if it will cross at PCGS?
If cracked and submitted raw to NGC, my gut feeling is it will grade problem-free. It may be slightly netted down for the old cleaning.
What do you mean? NGC will not cross it. They only accept PCGS coins for cross. If you send it to NGC in the slab? They crack it out and may return it in a problem slab.
Brad is absolutely right on this. Only PCGS certified coins are accepted for crossover submissions in their original holder; all others must be cracked out ahead of time or the submitter must sign a form authorizing NGC to crack the coin out BEFORE it is graded. This is the reason why I generally would not send a crossover submission to NGC. Even though I have the capability to submit coins through my ANA membership, this is the reason that I haven't joined NGC's Collector's Club to enjoy a discount on submissions (most of the coins I submit would be crossover certified coins from non-PCGS TPGs).
I would let them release the crackin! I'm that confident............or stupid that I would not want it back in the same holder!
#5565018 - 03/31/1202:44 AMRe: Think it will cross?
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Originally Posted By: Raybo55
Are my images that good or that bad? Ray
Without seeing this coin in hand, it is difficult to tell.
Areas of Interest: Original classic gold coins from the Southern mints (New Orleans, Charlotte, and Dahlonega); Carson City minted Morgan Dollars, early copper; high end, quality U.S. type coinage; proof like and deep mirror prooflike coinage; toners including Peace Dollars and classic gold; and cameo and deep/ultra cameo proof coins from 1936-1942.
#5565688 - 03/31/1201:39 PMRe: Think it will cross?
The Post-man always rings twice. Uhm... ring ring?
Here is why I think it may be cleaned
yellow lines are visible lines in picture - I am not sure if they are die clash, small nick, scratch, harder gouge from cleaning
light brown 3 circled areas are lighter than rest of coin - frequently when lighter area is just in fiels, coin has been scrubbed/cleaned years ago - toning usually does not just stop after lettering on periphery
I still do not know if old cleaning or not, but would not be surprised if came back in details slab for cleaning