New World Set Types Added in the NGC Registry

Posted on 10/13/2009

There’s no better time than now to register your sets. Read on and view the new World categories available in the Registry, and find out how to participate in this years’ Registry Awards!

In an ongoing effort to increase the options for NGC Registry participants, we have been actively adding new World set types. The NGC Registry currently offers the broadest set options for World coin collectors.

Below you can review the World categories already available in the NGC Registry and click a country name to see the specific set types currently available. Check back often as we continue to make updates.

Australia
Austria
Belgium
Canada
Canada - Maritime Provinces
China Panda Coins
Cuba
Denmark
Dominican Republic
France
Great Britain
Great Britain - Proof Sets
Great Britain - Type Sets
Italy
Japan
Mexico
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Poland
Russia
South Africa
South Africa - Proof Sets
South Korea
Sweden
Switzerland

If you have sets that you would like to register, there is no better time than the present. The NGC Registry awards are approaching and this year we are introducing a new awards category in competitive sets — Best World Sets. The deadline for set registration is December 10, 2009. Winners will be announced on January 8, 2010. Click here for more details regarding the 2009 NGC Registry Awards.

The NGC Registry is a tool for the collecting community where their collections can be displayed and ranked against other great collections. NGC- and PCGS-certified coins are eligible for inclusion and every coin registered in a competitive category receives a point value associated with its desirability and certified grade.

There is no fee to participate in the NGC Registry, only a free Collectors Society membership is required. The Collectors Society is an online community developed to provide services and education to collectors. The NGC Registry is just one of the many resources available with free membership. Visit the NGC Web site to learn more about the Registry and how to get started.

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