Point values listed on registry coins
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On 2/21/2020 at 4:47 PM, jim hawkins said:

Why would a 1704 Mo L only rate a point value of  "1" , where as others of the same period rate in the Thousands

Thank you for the inquiry. There are many factors involved when making the decision to mark a coin as non-competitive in an NGC Competitive Registry Set. These factors may include low mintage, difficulty in obtaining/purchasing the coin, and an unusually high price in relation to the other coins required to fill the set. These factors are considered when our senior numismatic team makes the decision, which is done on a coin by coin basis.

 

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The registry scores for Presidential Dollars in U.S. 2016 Silver Proof Set Coinage sets seem a little wonky.  Some NGC coins graded PF70 UCAM are scored differently. In the #1 sets, they are scored at 183 points, but in lower sets having coins with the same grade, they are 143 points. Not sure how that happened.  Are scores for the 2016 Presidential Dollars being recalculated?

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On 3/3/2020 at 7:55 PM, Tom Carr said:

The registry scores for Presidential Dollars in U.S. 2016 Silver Proof Set Coinage sets seem a little wonky.  Some NGC coins graded PF70 UCAM are scored differently. In the #1 sets, they are scored at 183 points, but in lower sets having coins with the same grade, they are 143 points. Not sure how that happened.  Are scores for the 2016 Presidential Dollars being recalculated?

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Hello, Tom.

US coinage has two different types of scores, a date score and a type score. So, the value may look different according to what type of set you are looking at. Please click here for more information:

Please let us know when we may assist in the future with the NGC Registry.

 

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