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I would've moved into the #10 slot



An obsolete NGC Registry set - Lincoln Cents, 1959-Date, Proofs

Now that NGC has split the Lincoln Cents Registry sets into their proper sub-varieties, I have changed my collection over to fit into the proper sets too. This move has eliminated my set of 1959-Date coins. Because I was the first to create my 1959-2008 set, I am currently showing as #1 (which will change as soon as some of the other great sets get changed over). My 2009 set is #1 AND at the top of the list because I was first. My 2010-Date set needs an upgrade to get to be tied for #1. I am starting on a set of proof wheatback pennies and I have a long way to go on that one - it should be fun.

And now on to the headline topic. I checked the set scores of my 1959-2008 set, my 2009 set, and my 2010-Date set. If I add these scores up, I get 8101 points which would put me into the #10 slot for the old 1959-Date set. That would have been quite an accomplishment, and I'm still very proud of it even if that set is obsolete now. You people that still have this registry set should consider splitting it up into the three new sets.

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