Request a new NGC Registry Set Category here! (Updated 10/18/2019)
22 22

848 posts in this topic

4 posts

Would a new set for the South Korea 1 oz Chiwoo Cheonwang be appropriate? it is listed as an official mint medal and has a 1 Clay denomination.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
107 posts
9 minutes ago, Craig W said:

Would a new set for the South Korea 1 oz Chiwoo Cheonwang be appropriate? it is listed as an official mint medal and has a 1 Clay denomination.

Hello Craig W, 

Thank you for the request.  Could you please send your certification number to registry@ngccoin.com and we will be happy to research the best way to display your coin?  Thank you.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
107 posts
On 11/13/2017 at 9:33 PM, Craig W said:

4558976-155

Hello Craig W, 

Thank you for providing the cert number. We have not yet graded enough of this type of coin to build a new competitive set. Should we grade more coins of this type, we may revisit this in the future.  Please let us know when we may be of further assistance.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
49 posts

Hi Ali,

Please add a new set for the following coins:

2016 Cook Is. St. Peter's Basilica High Relief S$20, 2818473-005, MS 69 Antiquied

2016 MW Niue Epidaurus Greek Theater History of the Theater S$7, 2818473-006, MS 69 Antiquied

2017 100g Samoa United States Capitol S10T, 2818473-007, MS 69 Antiquied

Thank You,

Joe Nigl

GO PATRIOTS

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
107 posts
On 2/3/2018 at 11:22 AM, keys213 said:

Hi Ali,

Please add a new set for the following coins:

2016 Cook Is. St. Peter's Basilica High Relief S$20, 2818473-005, MS 69 Antiquied

2016 MW Niue Epidaurus Greek Theater History of the Theater S$7, 2818473-006, MS 69 Antiquied

2017 100g Samoa United States Capitol S10T, 2818473-007, MS 69 Antiquied

Thank You,

Joe Nigl

GO PATRIOTS

Hello keys213, 

Thank you for the requests.  We will look in to creating a set for the Cook Islands S$20 MS coins and sets for Samoa.  Once we have graded additional Niue S$7 coins, we may revisit creating a set to display your coin. Thank you.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
5 posts

 

Hi,

Can you create new registry sets for Republic of India, Commemorative issues (non Proofs) for:

10 Rupees, 1974-Date
Silver 10 Rupees, 1969-1973
Silver 50 Rupees, 1974-Date
Silver 100 Rupees, 1980-Date

Currently there are registry proof sets for these, but all these coins were also issued as MS issues.

Thanks

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1,334 posts
23 hours ago, jeyanth7 said:

 

Hi,

Can you create new registry sets for Republic of India, Commemorative issues (non Proofs) for:

10 Rupees, 1974-Date
Silver 10 Rupees, 1969-1973
Silver 50 Rupees, 1974-Date
Silver 100 Rupees, 1980-Date

Currently there are registry proof sets for these, but all these coins were also issued as MS issues.

Thanks

Thank you for the request, Jeyanth.

We will look into these requests and respond to you via email. Thank you.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
333 posts

Hello,

Could you consider type sets for Italy by reign.  Specifically I'm interested in a denomination set (not including gold necessarily--or one with gold and one without) for Vittorio Emanuele III.  As a separate set I'd still like a set for Albania under the Italian Occupation too--also with good old VEIII on them. 

Thanks for considering!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
107 posts
On 2/24/2018 at 11:51 AM, Star City Homer said:

Hello,

Could you consider type sets for Italy by reign.  Specifically I'm interested in a denomination set (not including gold necessarily--or one with gold and one without) for Vittorio Emanuele III.  As a separate set I'd still like a set for Albania under the Italian Occupation too--also with good old VEIII on them. 

Thanks for considering!

Hi Cathy, 

Thank you for the requests.  Would you please send your certification numbers and please include the country, denomination and date range for consideration to registry@ngccoin.com?  This will assist us in determining the best way to display your coins.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
7 posts

Hey.

Russian roubles mint state from 1704-1915. Date set, one coin per year not different mintmarks.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1,334 posts
On 3/3/2018 at 1:50 AM, quarter said:

Hey.

Russian roubles mint state from 1704-1915. Date set, one coin per year not different mintmarks.

Thank you for the request, quarter.

We will research this and send you an email to the email address we have on file for you once a decision has been made. Thank you.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
333 posts
On 2/26/2018 at 10:40 AM, Maribeth said:

 

Thank you for the requests.  Would you please send your certification numbers and please include the country, denomination and date range for consideration to registry@ngccoin.com?  This will assist us in determining the best way to display your coins.

Hi Maribeth,

I sent the email (with KM#s), any idea if this might be approved?  I may have gone SLIGHTLY overboard with the details, the with/without gold, etc.  :D

Thanks!

 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
107 posts
2 hours ago, Star City Homer said:

Hi Maribeth,

I sent the email (with KM#s), any idea if this might be approved?  I may have gone SLIGHTLY overboard with the details, the with/without gold, etc.  :D

Thanks!

 

 

Hi Star City Homer, 

We received the email and your request was added to our queue.  We research these in the order in which they are received and we will email you once we have had an opportunity to review your set request.

Thank you for your patience.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
15 posts

Hi Maribeth,

I would like to see a set added to Germany - 1919-Date to cover the 1 Mark 1950-2001 (KM110).  

Thanks, 

Terry

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
107 posts
15 hours ago, TerryZman said:

Hi Maribeth,

I would like to see a set added to Germany - 1919-Date to cover the 1 Mark 1950-2001 (KM110).  

Thanks, 

Terry

Hi Terry, 

Would you please send your certification numbers to registry@ngccoin.com?  We will be happy to research the best way to display your coins.  Thank you.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
223 posts

Hi Ali,

It would be nice to have an Ecuador set that included all of the coins struck for Ecuador by the United States Mint.  By year, these are:

  • 1895 TF 2D PHILADELPHIA (KM-51.4)
  • 1914 TF 2D PHILADELPHIA (KM-51.4)
  • 1916 DECIMO PHILA (KM-50.5)
  • 1916 TF 2D PHILADELPHIA (KM-51.4)
  • 1917 2.5C (KM-61)
  • 1917 5C (KM-60.2)
  • 1918 5C (KM-60.2)
  • 1918 10C (KM-62)
  • 1928 1C (KM-67)
  • 1928 2.5C (KM-68)
  • 1928 5C (KM-69)
  • 1928 10C (KM-70)
  • 1928 50C PHILA USA (KM-71)
  • 1928 SUCRE PHILA USA (KM-72)
  • 1928 2S PHILA USA (KM-73)
  • 1930 50C PHILA USA (KM-71)
  • 1930 SUCRE PHILA USA (KM-72)
  • 1930 2S PHILA USA (KM-73)
  • 1934 SUCRE PHILA USA (KM-72)
  • 1942 5C (KM-75a)
  • 1942 10C (KM-76a)
  • 1942 20C (KM-77.1a)
  • 1944D 5C (KM-75a)
  • 1944D 20C (KM-77.1a)
  • 1946 5C (KM-75b)
  • 1946 10C (KM-76b)
  • 1946 20C (KM-77.1b)
  • 1946 SUCRE (KM-78.2)

This is basically my custom set "Ecuador - Struck by U.S. Mints" minus the 1919 Providence Mint issues and the 1917 error coin.

Thanks!

 

Edited by coin928

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1,334 posts
1 hour ago, coin928 said:

Hi Ali,

It would be nice to have an Ecuador set that included all of the coins struck for Ecuador by the United States Mint.  By year, these are:

  • 1895 TF 2D PHILADELPHIA (KM-51.4)
  • 1914 TF 2D PHILADELPHIA (KM-51.4)
  • 1916 DECIMO PHILA (KM-50.5)
  • 1916 TF 2D PHILADELPHIA (KM-51.4)
  • 1917 2.5C (KM-61)
  • 1917 5C (KM-60.2)
  • 1918 5C (KM-60.2)
  • 1918 10C (KM-62)
  • 1928 1C (KM-67)
  • 1928 2.5C (KM-68)
  • 1928 5C (KM-69)
  • 1928 10C (KM-70)
  • 1928 50C PHILA USA (KM-71)
  • 1928 SUCRE PHILA USA (KM-72)
  • 1928 2S PHILA USA (KM-73)
  • 1930 50C PHILA USA (KM-71)
  • 1930 SUCRE PHILA USA (KM-72)
  • 1930 2S PHILA USA (KM-73)
  • 1934 SUCRE PHILA USA (KM-72)
  • 1942 5C (KM-75a)
  • 1942 10C (KM-76a)
  • 1942 20C (KM-77.1a)
  • 1944D 5C (KM-75a)
  • 1944D 20C (KM-77.1a)
  • 1946 5C (KM-75b)
  • 1946 10C (KM-76b)
  • 1946 20C (KM-77.1b)
  • 1946 SUCRE (KM-78.2)

This is basically my custom set "Ecuador - Struck by U.S. Mints" minus the 1919 Providence Mint issues and the 1917 error coin.

Thanks!

 

Thanks for the request, coin928.

We will research this and get back to you via email as soon as a decision has been made. Have a nice weekend.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
223 posts

Hi Ali,

I have requests with respect to sets for three countries:

Netherlands East Indies

It would be nice to have a set (or sets) that encompass all of the coins struck for the Netherlands East Indies by the U.S. Mints during World War II.  There are 19 coins dated from 1941 through 1945 and were struck by the Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco mints. The exact coins involved are included in my custom set: Netherlands East Indies - Minted by the U.S. Mint.

I know your preference is to create sets based on denomination over a period of years, but that will often exclude coins of historic and numismatic significance just because the denomination was only minted for one or two years. This particular group of coins includes at least one such coin and possibly two depending on how you define the time period.  The inclusion of a 20th Century Type set encompassing all denominations may solve that issue.  A set similar to the Curacao "1900-1948, Complete Circulation Issues" could work as well.

Netherlands

Please add a set for 25 Cent coins, similar  to the 10 Cent set.  A type set is OK, but a year based set would be preferable.  A set that includes the 1944P GULDEN coins (KM-161.1 and KM-161.2) would be nice too. Again, a multi-denomination type set would be a nice addition.

Ecuador

I really appreciate all of the new sets for Ecuador, but the 2 1/2 Centavo coins have been left out since they were only minted in 1917 and 1928.  The 1917 in particular is one of the key coins for Ecuadorian collectors. As above, the inclusion of a 20th Century Type set encompassing all denominations would allow these coins to participate in the Registry without having to create a two coin set for that denomination.

Thanks,

Harry

Edited by coin928
Wanted to provide another option.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1,334 posts
21 hours ago, coin928 said:

Hi Ali,

I have requests with respect to sets for three countries:

Netherlands East Indies

It would be nice to have a set (or sets) that encompass all of the coins struck for the Netherlands East Indies by the U.S. Mints during World War II.  There are 19 coins dated from 1941 through 1945 and were struck by the Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco mints. The exact coins involved are included in my custom set: Netherlands East Indies - Minted by the U.S. Mint.

I know your preference is to create sets based on denomination over a period of years, but that will often exclude coins of historic and numismatic significance just because the denomination was only minted for one or two years. This particular group of coins includes at least one such coin and possibly two depending on how you define the time period.  The inclusion of a 20th Century Type set encompassing all denominations may solve that issue.  A set similar to the Curacao "1900-1948, Complete Circulation Issues" could work as well.

Netherlands

Please add a set for 25 Cent coins, similar  to the 10 Cent set.  A type set is OK, but a year based set would be preferable.  A set that includes the 1944P GULDEN coins (KM-161.1 and KM-161.2) would be nice too. Again, a multi-denomination type set would be a nice addition.

Ecuador

I really appreciate all of the new sets for Ecuador, but the 2 1/2 Centavo coins have been left out since they were only minted in 1917 and 1928.  The 1917 in particular is one of the key coins for Ecuadorian collectors. As above, the inclusion of a 20th Century Type set encompassing all denominations would allow these coins to participate in the Registry without having to create a two coin set for that denomination.

Thanks,

Harry

Hello, Harry.

Thank you for the requests. We will research your requests in the near future and get back to you via email when a decision has been made. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
2,866 posts

Hi Ali,

I just saw the individual sets for the Canadian 1968-1978 Uncirculated Set Issues, and I plan on participating in those as they look like fun.  I'd like to request individual year sets for the Proof Like Sets from 1954-1967.  Those would be a ton of fun!!

Thanks!

~Tom

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1,334 posts
12 hours ago, Mohawk said:

Hi Ali,

I just saw the individual sets for the Canadian 1968-1978 Uncirculated Set Issues, and I plan on participating in those as they look like fun.  I'd like to request individual year sets for the Proof Like Sets from 1954-1967.  Those would be a ton of fun!!

Thanks!

~Tom

It is our pleasure, Tom. Thank you. We will look into your request and get back to you via email when a decision has been made.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
16 posts

I'm all for this. From my 60 year plus numismatic point of view I feel that all Canadian and Mexican coins are to quote a friend "under appreciated." Affordable and interesting coins are the bread and butter of our hobby.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
2,866 posts
12 hours ago, Robaire said:

I'm all for this. From my 60 year plus numismatic point of view I feel that all Canadian and Mexican coins are to quote a friend "under appreciated." Affordable and interesting coins are the bread and butter of our hobby.

I couldn't agree with you more.  Canadian coins are some of my favorites. They were the coins that got me started collecting at age 8, almost 30 years ago and I continue to pursue them.  I also like Mexican coins quite a bit as well.  I have a few Mexican coins and I may pursue them more seriously someday, but there's so much I need for Canada and East Germany (My two favorite countries to collect from) and my avian dinosaur Custom Set that I do not know when I'll get around to Mexico!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1,334 posts
17 hours ago, Mohawk said:

I couldn't agree with you more.  Canadian coins are some of my favorites. They were the coins that got me started collecting at age 8, almost 30 years ago and I continue to pursue them.  I also like Mexican coins quite a bit as well.  I have a few Mexican coins and I may pursue them more seriously someday, but there's so much I need for Canada and East Germany (My two favorite countries to collect from) and my avian dinosaur Custom Set that I do not know when I'll get around to Mexico!

We are beginning work on annual "Prooflike" NGC Registry sets for the window during which they were minted, 1954-1967. Thank you.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
2,866 posts

Thanks Ali! That is great news. I will look forward to participating in those sets when they go live.

Thanks again for all of your help on this.  I really appreciate it, and I know my fellow Canadian collectors here on NGC will as well.

Best Regards

~Tom

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1,334 posts
16 hours ago, Mohawk said:

Thanks Ali! That is great news. I will look forward to participating in those sets when they go live.

Thanks again for all of your help on this.  I really appreciate it, and I know my fellow Canadian collectors here on NGC will as well.

Best Regards

~Tom

It is our pleasure, Tom. Thank you. Please let us know when we may assist you next with the NGC Registry.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
50 posts
On 11/11/2017 at 5:22 AM, Maribeth said:

Hello Craig W, 

Thank you for the request.  Could you please send your certification number to registry@ngccoin.com and we will be happy to research the best way to display your coin?  Thank you.

There are now 6 coins in this series, 2016 MS, 2016 PF, 2017 MS, 2017 PF, 2018 MS and 2018 PF.

 

Cheers

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1,334 posts
1 hour ago, ilLOminatus said:

There are now 6 coins in this series, 2016 MS, 2016 PF, 2017 MS, 2017 PF, 2018 MS and 2018 PF.

 

Cheers

Thank you for the request, ilL Ominatus.

We are in the process of creating these two new NGC Registry sets:

South Korea: Chiwoo Cheonwang Medals, Silver, 2016-Date, Complete

South Korea: Chiwoo Cheonwang Medals, Gold, 2016-Date, Complete

We have a temporary freeze on slot additions and score change requests until after the annual awards deadline in December has passed. We will have to wait to add any new slots to the South Korea Silver medal set. Thank you. 

Edited by Ali E.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
235 posts

Ali, can NGC add a Rama IV type set for Thailand?

It would need the following:

Thai 1860 1 baht
Thai 1860 1/2 baht
Thai 1860 1/4 baht
Thai 1860 1/8 baht
Thai 1860 1/16 baht
Thai 1862 1/8 fuang
Thai 1862 1/16 fuang
Thai 1863 2 baht

Their is a rama V set, but nothing at all for Rama IV which NGC grades and I have all the coins for this set! Please add!!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
22 22