Anybody can have one, but what does yours look like?
Just keeping up the pressure on those of you who aren't posting photographs of your sets. I mean reallly, what is it that you are trying to hide? Can I take a guess here? I would imagine that a lot of you have bought coins for either the grade on the holder or the holder itself. We all know that every MS-66 is not like any other MS-66. Some of the MS-65's look better then your MS-66's. Don't be frightened about what we, your peers, thin
Without one, what is the point.
Concearning the registry sets and photographs. Without a photograph to go along with the registry set what is the point of viewers looking at your set? There is none. The point here is to show others what you have put together. Anybody can plop a certification number onto the site but that doesn't show me the coins actual grade when held up to scrutiny. Many an MS65 look like MS64's or MS66's. Show me the coin and lets see if yours lives up to the grade.
Possibly correct in this case.
I hate doing other peoples homework. This is in regards to the 1955 D red Lincoln Cent NGC price versus PCGS price.
Sorry, but you will have to sign in for yourselves to see the huge difference this coin has between PCGS and NGC.