New World Set Types Added to the NGC Registry

Posted on 5/14/2009

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NGC is continuing its effort to expand the set type options for World coin collectors. Here are some of the set types recently added:

  • AUSTRALIA — Kookaburra Silver Dollars, Including Varieties Complete set
  • AUSTRIA — Gold 100 Euro (VIENNA PHILHARMONIC), 2002–2009
  • DENMARK — 10 Kroner and 20 Kroner
  • ITALY — Gold 20 Lire, VICTOR EMANUEL II. 1861–1878, UMBERTO I, 1880–1897
  • JAPAN — Gold 1Y, Gold 2Y, Gold 5Y, Gold 10Y, Gold 20Y and Gold Complete set
  • MEXICO — Centavo, 2 Centavos, 5 Centavos, 10 Centavos, 20 Centavos, 50 Centavos, Pesos and Gold Pesos, Gold 1ONZA
  • NETHERLANDS — Gold 10 Gulden, WILHELM III, 1875-1889, WILHELMINA I, 1897–1933
  • RUSSIA — Gold 5 Roubles 1897–1911, Gold 10 Roubles 1898–1911
  • SOUTH AFRICA — 1 Sovereign and 1 Krugerrand
  • SOUTH KOREA — Won, 5 Won, 10 Won, 50 Won, 100 Won, 500 Won, 10,50 and 100 Hwan (Pre-Reform Coinage)
  • SWEDEN — 10 Kronor and 20 Kronor
  • SWITZERLAND — Rappen, 2 Rappen, 5 Rappen, 10 Rappen, 20 Rappen, 1/2 Franc, Franc, 2 Francs and 5 Francs

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