NGC, PMG, CGC and ASG Appoint MabeS Collectibles Guaranty as Official Submission Center in Indonesia

Posted on 4/30/2024

MabeS Collectibles Guaranty (MabeS) — Indonesia's premier marketplace for various collectibles — will help collectors in Southeast Asia access the full range of the Certified Collectibles Group's expert services.

The Certified Collectibles Group® (CCG®) is excited to announce that MabeS Collectibles Guaranty (formerly known as Gobermich Numismatic) has been appointed an Official Submission Center. As an Official Submission Center, MabeS will help collectors submit various collectibles for expert authentication, grading and encapsulation services. Those collectibles include coins, banknotes, comic books, sports cards, TCGs, video games, home video collectibles, stamps and more.

The Certified Collectibles Group is the world’s leading provider of expert, impartial and tech-enabled services that add value and liquidity to collectibles. Its iconic companies include Numismatic Guaranty Company® (NGC®), Paper Money Guaranty® (PMG®), Certified Guaranty Company® (CGC®) and Authenticated Stamp Guaranty® (ASG®). Since 1987, the CCG companies have certified over 90 million collectibles across all categories. Because collectors and dealers trust that collectibles certified by the CCG companies are authentic and accurately graded, they sell for higher prices — a fact reflected by numerous record-breaking auction results.

"MabeS Collectibles Guaranty has become an invaluable resource for collectors as it continues to grow and expand its services," said Steven R. Eichenbaum, CEO of the Certified Collectibles Group. "We're excited to collaborate with them to bring our industry-leading services to more collectors in Indonesia, making it easier than ever to take advantage of CCG's services across Southeast Asia."

MabeS Collectibles Guaranty is now accepting submissions on their website to all CCG companies, including NGC, NCS, PMG, CGC Comics, CGC Cards, CGC Video Games, CGC Home Video and ASG. Visit to learn more.

About NGC, PMG, CGC and ASG

NGC is a leading third-party coin authentication, grading and encapsulation service with more than 60 million coins, tokens and medals certified. Founded in 1987, NGC backs each graded coin with the comprehensive NGC Guarantee of authenticity and grade. Our reputation has been built on providing the high level of confidence and trust our customers expect. NGC also offers professional coin conservation through its division NCS, which has conserved more than 1 million coins since it was established in 2001.

PMG was founded in 2005 as an independent third-party paper money grading service. Today, PMG is a leading third-party paper money grading service, with over 10 million notes certified. Each note that PMG grades is backed by its comprehensive PMG Guarantee of authenticity and grade.

Since revolutionizing comic book grading in 2000, CGC has grown to include certification services for many other types of pop culture collectibles. These divisions include CGC Cards, CGC Video Games and CGC Home Video. CGC Cards provides expert card grading for TCGs, sports cards and non-sports cards. CGC Video Games is dedicated to video game grading for the most popular consoles, including Nintendo, Sega, Atari, PlayStation and more. The newest division of CGC, CGC Home Video, provides expert VHS grading in addition to other types of videocassettes.

ASG was established in 2017 to provide an accurate, consistent and impartial assessment of a stamp’s authenticity and grade. Every stamp that ASG certifies is backed by the comprehensive ASG Guarantee, which helps to protect consumers. ASG employs a team of expert stamp graders who are prohibited from buying and selling stamps commercially to ensure impartiality. The combined experience and expertise of the ASG grading team results in superior accuracy and consistency. To learn more, visit

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