Ali E.

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  1. Thank you for the feedback. We appreciate your input and will take your comments into consideration for future releases. As far as the death of a member is concerned, many times, family members (of the person who has passed) choose to maintain and run the NGC Registry accounts themselves. It is up to their discretion if they would like to take down the sets or keep them up and visible.
  2. Thank you for the inquiry, Star City Homer. We do not yet have an exact date for Custom Sets on the new site. Also, the format is still being formulated by our programming team. We will make an announcement on the chat boards here when we have further details on Custom Sets. Please let us know when we may assist with the NGC Registry in the future. You may reach us best at registry@ngccoin.com.
  3. Thank you for the inquiry, Davids5104. We rely upon the integrity of our collectors to only list coins which they currently own. We do not have the capability to monitor the sales of all coins in the marketplace. We do have the three-day transfer process when someone buys a coin that is already registered to another collector in the NGC Registry. Please let us know when we may assist with the NGC Registry in the future. You may reach us best at registry@ngccoin.com.
  4. Thanks for the request, TMCGRADY. This slot is already there: 1987MO DOUBLED DIE REVERSE in this set: Silver 1 Onza, Libertad, 1982-Date, Mint State, Including Varieties You already have a coin in that slot. I see you have three available coins for that slot. Any MS PL coin is eligible for that slot, also. Thank you.
  5. Thank you for the request, Texcoinguy. We do not see you have created any NGC Registry sets. We have sent directions to the email address we have on file for you. Please let us know when we may assist with the NGC Registry in the future. You may reach us best at registry@ngccoin.com.
  6. Thank you, Davids5104. Our team will look into this request and respond to you via email when a decision has been reached.
  7. Hello, Tom. We see you just successfully added your 1988 DDR-001 MS 66 PL coin here: Silver 1 Onza, Libertad, 1982-Date, Mint State, Including VarietiesSlot: 1988MO DDR-001 DOUBLED DIE REVERSE If you need further assistance, please let us know. Thank you.
  8. RE: adding the 84 PL and the 1988 001 PL slots Hello, TMCGRADY. Thanks for the inquiry. These coins are eligible in these slots in this set: Mexico: Silver 1 Onza, Libertad, 1982-Date, Mint State, Including VarietiesSlot Name: 1984MOSlot Name: 1988MO DDR-001 DOUBLED DIE REVERSESlot Name: 1988MO DDR-002 DOUBLED DIE REVERSE We sent you an email on Feb. 8th to the email address we have on file for you. Here is what it said: Hello, Tom. Thanks for the request. We have only graded the 1988Mo DDR as MS PL which is different than a designation of PROOFLIKE. This coin would go into the MS set. The case is the same for the 1984 MS PL. Please let us know when we may assist next at registry@ngccoin.com. Thank you.
  9. Hello, TMCGRADY. Thanks for the request. This coin is MS PL as opposed to PROOFlIKE. Please see your other post. Thank you.
  10. Thank you for the request, Davids5104. We do have this set: US Sets: Nickels: Jefferson Wartime Nickels 1942-1945, Circulation Issue. Were you looking for separate slots for DDO's and TDR's, for example?
  11. Greetings, Teddy R! We appreciate your interest and involvement in the NGC Registry and NGC collecting community. If you ever need assistance with the NGC Registry, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at registry@ngccoin.com.
  12. Hello, Leon. We will get that slot added. Thank you for the request.
  13. Hello, Teddy R. Thanks for the inquiry. Yes, you will want to view the scores directly in the set/slot/category you're working on. Type v. Date Score Many coins receive two scores depending on the set: a "Date Score" and a "Type Score". The Date Score is for date sets such as Lincoln Cents 1909-1958 and reflects the value and rarity of the coin. The Type Score is used only in type sets, where the goal is typically to acquire any example of a single type. Therefore, all coins of the same type will receive similar scores; this often results in a lower score for rarer or more valuable dates. In a type set, for example, a coin with $10 and a coin worth $100 would not have the same percentage difference in the scores. That allows someone with a less expensive coin to at least stay competitive with someone who has a coin worth many times that amount. People who collect high grade coins for type sets can still be very competitive with those who collect the (potentially more valuable) key dates. The NGC Coin Explorer may reflect the highest point value a coin can receive in any set, but the point values can vary depending on whether it is a date set or a type set. Thank you and please let us know when we may assist at registry@ngccoin.com.
  14. Thank you for the inquiry about the new NGC Registry, physics-fan3.14. If you would like to access your NGC Custom Sets, at this point, you still need to utilize the collectors-society.com website. You may also continue to create new Custom Sets on the Collector Society website. We do plan on adding Custom Sets to the new NGC Registry in the near future. We do not yet have a specific date for this.
  15. Thank you for the feedback, Robaire. We appreciate your interest, as well.