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  1. NGC Announces Most Prizes Ever for 2020 NGC Registry Awards Posted on 2/27/2020 In 2020, the NGC Registry will award more than $25,000 in prizes — a 25% increase over last year! Ensure your set is at its best by 10 a.m. EST on December 4, 2020. Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®) has announced that it will give more than $25,000 in prizes in the 2020 NGC Registry awards — a record amount for the world's most popular coin collecting platform. The NGC Registry is a free online platform where collectors register and display their certified coins and compete against other collectors around the world for recognition and prizes. This popular resource now boasts nearly 17,000 users, 150,000 registered sets and 1.2 million registered coins. Winners of major NGC Registry awards will receive a personalized plaque, an icon of recognition next to their NGC Registry set and a $500 NGC grading credit! This year, major NGC Registry award winners will also receive an NGC-certified coin with a special label and pedigree worth approximately $100. Winners will be announced January 8, 2021, at an event during the Florida United Numismatists (FUN) Show. The NGC Registry awards are open to all NGC Registry participants. To participate in the NGC Registry, visit NGCcoin.com/Registry, register your certified coins and create a competitive set. It’s free and easy to join. This year, winners will be selected in the following major award categories: Overall Achievement Awards Three US coin collectors and three world coin collectors will be awarded for Overall Achievement in NGC Registry set collecting. The Overall Achievement award is the NGC Registry's highest honor, given to select collectors based on their total point score, coins, set presentation and activity. Competitive Set Awards Best Classic Set 5 US Sets, 1792-1964 5 World Sets, 1792-1964 Best Modern Set 5 US Sets, 1955-Date (including Jefferson Nickels and Roosevelt Dimes) 5 World Sets, 1955-Date Best Presented Set Sets with the best descriptive text and coin images 3 US Sets 3 World Sets Best New Set Sets created since January 1 of the current year 3 US Sets 3 World Sets Custom Set Awards Best US Custom Set Best World Custom Set Best Ancient Custom Set Best Tokens and Medals Set Most Creative Custom Set Most Informative Custom Set Important Notes: The deadline to update your NGC Registry sets before they are considered for awards is 10 a.m. EST on December 4, 2020. Private sets will not be considered for any award type. If an owner of a private set wishes to compete for awards and have the rank of their set displayed, they must change their set from private to public by July 1, 2020. In addition to the major awards, the NGC Registry honors the #1 set in each category with an icon of recognition next to the set. Winners will also have an option to print a certificate of achievement through their My Account page. If they would prefer to receive a printed certificate by mail, they can request them in My Account after the winners are announced in January. To join the free NGC Registry or update your NGC Registry sets, visit NGCcoin.com/Registry. Winners will be announced on January 8, 2021.
  2. Hello, PKF. (Your coin, 4522049-041, populates in the census with all 2017 (Philadelphia) S$1 MS coins.) Our senior team has determined that due to lack of population of this specific label: 2017(W) EAGLE Struck at West Point Mint DENVER ANA MS, we will not add a separate slot in the variety set. You may add it to the variety set in this slot: 2017(W) STRUCK AT WEST POINT S$1 MS. We have recently added the Denver ANA W PF slot. The decision to add a separate slot is considered carefully on a case-by-case basis. Thank you.
  3. Hello, Dan. We have sent directions to the email address we have on file for you. Thanks very much.
  4. Thanks, Larry. We will get the slots added.
  5. Thank you, Jim. Our team has determined these coins are more suitable for a Custom NGC Registry set. Please let us know if you need any further assistance.
  6. Hello. We have added a slot here: Silver Eagles, 1986-Date, Mint State, Specimen, & Proof (Including Varieties & Special Pedigrees). Thank you.
  7. Thank you for the requests, PKF. There is not enough of a population to justify separate slots in the variety/pedigree set for these coins.
  8. Hello, SuphiO. Thank you for the request. Our team will look into this and respond via email when a decision has been reached.
  9. Thanks for the interest, K-Coins. Our senior teams feels these coins already have sufficient representation in the competitive NGC Registry. You may create a Custom NGC Registry Set, if you wish.
  10. Thanks for the request, Mike. We will add a slot here: South Korea: Zi:Sin Medals, Silver, 2017-Date, Complete.
  11. Hello and thanks for the interest. We are adding the 2017 W DENVER ANA RELEASES PF slot and the 2019 S ANA RELEASES PF slot. We do not have enough of a population to create a separate 2017 Denver ANA MS slot. That coin is eligible in any 2017 MS slot.
  12. Hello, Chuck. Thanks for the interest. At this point, we feel these coins have adequate representation in the competitive NGC Registry. You may create Custom Sets, if you wish.
  13. Hello, and thanks for the request, Jim. Can you please provide any relevant NGC cert. numbers?
  14. Hello, Mike. Thanks for the request. We have added the slot here: Category: Isle of ManSet Name: Gold 1/10 Angel, Elizabeth ll, 1984-Date, Proof
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    Hello, Jimbo. We see you have been logging in to Collectors-Society.com. There is no functionality to add PCGS coins on that web site. You need to utilize NGCcoin.com to add PCGS coins, (Link is included in my last post.) I logged in as you on your account on NGCcoin.com and saw no issues. Please follow these directions: here. Thank you for your interest.