Really? (Yes, really)
PCGS coins in the NCG registry are more in point value than their own graded coins? How does this happen?
Listen, I didn't want to stir up so much emotion on this. First, let me address my statement, which is partly true. Not ALL the PCGS coins are graded higher. I am only registered with 2 sets, and that is in the 1971 proof set. Now NGC has been messin with the point value of the dime, and I wish they would stop (I lost 2960 points without touching it) but if you will compare the nickel point value of the 1971 PF 69 UC PCGS (2555) to NGC of the same grade (1138). Maybe NGC needs to tinker with that one as well now!
Don't get me wrong. I am glad that NGC does allow PCGS to be included in the registry sets. They are the top two third party graders. It just kinda gets me that ANACS was started in 1972, PCGS in 1985, and NGC in 1987, yet ANACS is Waaaaay down on the desire list. And to those that say "buy the coin, not the plastic"? Buy ANACS then. I guess comparing third grading parties is like cars...Ford, Mercedes, and Rolls Royce.
Thank you all for your time in reading this. I just noted something, and made a comment about it. I do not mean any disrespect to anyone or their opinions.
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