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Looking through the 7070 type sets on the Registry, why are MS-68 Ikes awarded 4500 points? There are well over 800 over these certified, and the price guide lists many of them in the $200- $300 range. 4500 points seems ridiculously high for these coins....

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physics-fan3.14,

Thanks for the inquiry. We have made some adjustments to all of the Ike TYPE scores.

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I was looking at my Morgan registry set and I noticed that my 1881-CC 64DMPL is only worth 725 points. This coin is much rarer and more valuable than the 1882-CC, 83-CC, etc (and many others worth far less) but those coins get 1381 and 1271 points respectively. Why is this?

 

Thanks,

David

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david3142,

Thanks for the inquiry. We will look into the 1881-CC scores and make any adjustments that may be necessary. Thanks.

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Hello,

 

Could someone looks at the scores for the world set Spain, 25 centimos 1931-1937 complete circulation? Some of them are fairly scarce with mintages from 1500 (Lora Del Rio) to closer to 40K (Menorca), and are priced accordingly in the price guide.

 

I had sent a request in on the score page awhile back, but figured it wouldn't hurt to ask here too.

 

Thanks!

 

Stork

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Hello, Stork.

Yes, we are working on the scores for: 25 Centimos 1931-1937, Complete Circulation Issue. We will let you know when the assessment has been completed. Thank you.

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Dear Allison

 

Regardijg my last coin added to the Set Type: Miguel, Type Set, 1828-1834, Circulation Issue , i not understanding the scores given to the coins.

 

How is possible same coin (X Reis) from another year (1931) that is the most commun one have scores highers than the 1833. Dont mentined the amount of certified ones and also the mintage level of each one and diference prices.

 

The 1833 is only ONE certifided untill date and 1831 have 8.

 

Links to crosschek:

 

https://www.ngccoin.com/coin-census/world/portugual-decimal-1836-to-date-scid-256/denom-10r-yearmint-all-coinid-787195-base

 

https://www.ngccoin.com/price-guide/world/portugal-10-reis-x;-12-vinten-km-390-1829-1833-cuid-4488-duid-15621

 

 

Kindly check this clarification

 

Regards

 

Tiago

 

 

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Hello, Tiago.

We will take a look at this score and email you after we have made an assessment. Thanks very much.

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The score for a 1934-P Peace dollar iin MS-64 is way off. MS-63 score is 705; MS-63+ is also 705; MS-64 is 167; MS-64+ is 656. MS-65 score is 1634.

 

MS-63+ should be higher than MS-63, and MS-64 and MS-64+ should be between MS-63 and MS-65 values.

 

This is in a Date Set

 

Set Name: Peace Dollars, 1921-1935, Circulation Issue

Slot: 1934

 

URL is:

 

http://coins.www.collectors-society.com/registry/coins/SlotScoreDetail.aspx?SlotID=1218

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