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  1. Hello, Jack. Thanks for your interest. A Limited Edition label set is more appropriate for a Custom NGC Registry Set. These coins are also eligible in several sets, including this one: Category: Mint Sets 1999-Date Set Name: 2020 Mint Set
  2. Hello. The senior team believes these coins have adequate representation in the competitive NGC Registry. Please let us know if you need assistance finding existing sets. Thanks very much.
  3. Hello, CoinHunter4. The senior team believes these coins have adequate representation in the competitive NGC Registry. Please let us know if you need assistance finding existing sets. Thanks very much.
  4. Hello, Vess1. The programming team has an ongoing list of bug-fixes and improvements in functionality to prioritize and do the programming work for all our sister companies, as well. Changes that are cosmetic in nature do take longer than updates that are needed for functionality of the program. If/when signature banner functionality is added, we will post an announcement on the chat boards. The option is still available on the CS site in your Control Panel: Thank you.
  5. Thank you. The team concluded the National Parkers quarters have sufficient representation in the competitive NGC Registry. You may create a Custom Set for the RP issues, if you wish. Thank you.
  6. Hello and thanks for your interest. PCGS coins are allowed in US sets only. The decision to remove PCGS coins from World NGC Registry sets was made by Mark Salzberg, Chairman of NGC, in early 2012, and that decision remains. In 2012, there was a significant expense to our company to expand the World NGC Registry to support both NGC and PCGS, and the result had been that we could not release new features that support collectors of World coins (such as integration with the World Coin Price Guide, Krause, and the Census). The different attributions and designations used by NGC and PCGS for World coins have compounded that difficulty. As such, only US PCGS coins are allowed in the NGC Registry.
  7. Hello and thanks for your interest. This token is best represented in a Custom NGC Registry set. https://www.ngccoin.com/boards/topic/419017-where-are-custom-setsmy-complete-inventorycollection-manager/
  8. Hello and thanks for your interest. Our senior team has determined these unique coins are more suitable for Custom NGC Registry sets.
  9. Hi, chookcity. We will get that slot added. Thanks very much.
  10. Thanks for your interest, CoinHunter4. This type of set is best represented in a Custom NGC Registry set.
  11. Hello. Please provide any relevant NGC certification numbers, so we may assist. Thank you.
  12. Hello and thanks for your interest. Yes, a coin score is counted once.
  13. Hello, Justin. Thanks for your interest. Your coin is eligible here: Category: China - Commemoratives Set Name: Dragon and Phoenix Medal Set, 2017-Date, Mint State and Proof Please follow these directions to add your coin to your existing set, if necessary:
  14. Hello, Steve. Thank you for your interest. We will add this to the list of new sets to research and send you an email when a decision has been reached.
  15. Hello, Lick Joe. Thank you for the thoughtful request. We will send you an email when a decision has been reached.